Thank you to the anonymous donor, who ordered items from our Amazon wish list, and had them sent to the library. We greatly appreciate your support. Thank you again, so very much!
Mark your calendars, the Mill Pond Library in Kingston is holding a "GARDEN SPRING FLING", and we could use your help!! We are looking for donations of anything that would or could be found in a garden or outdoor area. Hanging plant holders, plants themselves, painted screens and/or windows, stepping stones, garden tools, the sky is the limit! Some old windows and screens have been donated to the library and are just waiting for talented people to pick them up, and paint or bedazzle them.
The Kingston Historical Preservation Society has put together a beautiful book of anticdotes and stories from the people that have lived and live in the Dalton/Kingston area. They are available for sale at the Library for only $28.00. The proceeds from the book will go towards the new building located on County Road B. Pick up a copy now, and relive a bit of the past!!
Check out the new "I Spy" display at the Mill Pond Library in Kingston. Terry Kling, avid library user, came in and said she had some old cookbooks that she thought would make a nice display in our display case. The library is always looking for new things to put in the case, so of course we said "Yes, bring them in." When she came in the next day with several boxes of items, the display went from old cookbooks to "I spy with my little eye a key to the past."
The rocks are in folks! Check them out at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LxSkd5oR-5U. Or, better yet, come in this week during regular library hours and place your bid! The creations are amazing, so many creative folks in our area! Come on in and help us find homes for all the RAZZLED DAZZLED ROCKS!!