February Fun at the Sussex County Libraries
Frankford, NJ - What do blind dates, building and book clubs all have in common? They are all things you can do at the Sussex County Libraries this February.
Are you stuck in a reading rut? Go on a blind date with a book. February 2-14 all branches will host displays of gift wrapped books that allow you to choose with no concern as to content or character! Fortunately there's no commitment either. If you don't like the book just bring it back and choose another.
Can't figure out what to do with the scraps of wood, extra wire and duct tape you have cluttering up the house? Come for Makerspace Night on February 20 from 4:00-7:00 p.m. at the Sussex-Wantage Branch and discover new ways of looking at old things.
Want a chance to discuss your favorite literature with like-minded folk? There are adult book clubs at the Main, Dorothy Henry and Louise Childs Branches, a group especially for adults and teens who love teen literature at the Main Library and R.E.A.D. (Reading Excites Average Days) for kids ages 8-11 at Main Library every month.
You can also enjoy yoga, knitting, quilting, story times, tech support for your latest eReader and a chance for your child to Read-to-a-Dog (it builds reading confidence and it's incredibly cute) plus a whole lot more all through the Sussex County Library System. For times, dates and details stop by your local branch or check out the Program Calendar at www.sussexcountylibrary.org .