Due to the weather, and unsafe driving conditions, we are cancelling story hour! Everyone stay safe and snuggled in! Our next story hour will be next year!
Thank you to all the very generous volunteers that donated baked goods this year! We had 10 tables FULL of delicious goodies! It was amazing how quickly everything went! Also, thank you to all the volunteers that helped set up, tear down and work the cookie walk!
If it were not for all of our volunteers, well, we just wouldn't be as successful. So, THANK YOU VERY MUCH!
Santa Claus is coming, to the Mill Pond Library in Kingston, on Saturday, Dec. 15th. Boys and girls, bring your lists. Santa will be there from 10am to noon to listen to what you'd like for Christmas. And after talking to Santa, you can take home a treat bag that is donated by the Kingston Businessman's Association.
Learn to make adorable carolers that can sit outside or inside to decorate for the season on Tuesday, Dec. 11th, 6pm.
Items you will need to bring with you:
2 Small Adult Sweaters or Sweatshirts(Clean out your closet or check out Goodwill-they have lots.) 2 Childrens Hats & 2 Scarves (Dollar tree is a great place to find these if you don't have some at home.)
Just a reminder to you that we will be closed Thursday and Saturday for the Thanksgiving Holiday! Everyone have a safe and wonderful Thanksgiving!
Thanks to all the volunteers that donated baskets! We once again had a successful fundraiser! The bidding went on until 11am yesterday and all the baskets found great homes! Thanks to everyone that participated!
The baskets keep coming in! You have until Saturday to donate a basket for this Fun Filled Fundraiser! Check out a few of the ones that have already come in!
We are displaying a pre-civil war signature quilt made in 1844 in Brookline, MA. The quilt will be on display and raffle tickets sold from November 5th through the 23rd. The quilt, an amazingly intact piece of history, is part of “The Quilt That Built a Library” yearlong fundraising effort by the Princeton Public LIbrary. Visitors, quilters, historians and genealogy aficionados are encouraged to stop in to see the quilt up close. Raffle tickets will be sold, as one lucky person will win this 1844 treasure on the drawing date of March 15, 2013.