Children Teens Adults Orangeburg County Library Magazine

Issue 4
Orangeburg County Library Magazine
September - November 2013
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CHILDREN
“Color My World”
Saturday, September 7th
1:00pm
Did you know that you can make any color
in the world by mixing red, blue and yellow?
Did you know that you can use color to
find out more about the foods we eat?
Do you know how heat affects color?
Come learn about the science of color
with cool experiments, and bring home
your own color wheel and invisible ink!
Wednesdays
September 4th – November 27th, at 10:30 a.m.
This storytime is an early literacy experience for
children ages 0-2. The “Every Child Ready to Read” skills of
talking, singing, reading, finger plays, and writing are
introduced to children and their parents. These serve to help
parents educate their children as they increase their
socialization skills through music, activities, and fun. All
children must be accompanied by a parent or adult
guardian.
Thursdays
September 5th – November 21st , at 10:30 a.m
Autumn is here and the leaves are falling.
Come learn about the life-cycle of trees
with the OCL. We’ll explore a variety of trees, discover how they
grow, and learn how to read rings. We will also learn about how
and why leaves differ. You’ll read the rings of your very own tree
disc and then turn it into a unique piece of jewelry. We’ll also
make some beautiful leaf rubbings to take home.
Now that the cold weather is upon us, many of our feathered
friends will be flying south. Join OCL in exploring the many ways
birds are important to us and also how we can help to protect
them. Learn a cool use for feathers, and create some special treats
to take home to your own backyard birds!
This storytime is an early literacy experience for children ages
2-5. Come enjoy a fun learning time with your child listening
to stories, participating in action rhymes, singing songs,
choosing books and learning group socialization skills. All
children must be accompanied by a parent or adult guardian.
This storytime is a family literacy experience for children of
all ages with special needs/developmental challenges and their
families. The Orangeburg County Library welcomes your
family to come and experience some extra sensory storytime
with activities, music therapy, and technology to engage your
child with a fun place to learn. Limitless Learning is open to
Orangeburg and Calhoun County residents. Please let us know
how we can best accommodate your child. For questions, call
Anna Zacherl at 533-5854.
September 14th, 10:30 – 11:30 a.m.
October 12th, 10:30 – 11:30 a.m.
November 9th, 10:30 – 11:30 a.m.
REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED for all Science Saturday programs. Classes are limited to 20 participants, so sign-up
early to reserve your place. For registration, sign-up at the Children’s Desk, or e-mail Jennifer at [email protected]
orangeburgcounty.org. Children under the age of 11 must be accompanied by a parent or adult guardian.
FAMILY
It’s time to get the
family together for
a night of games
and laughter! Come
take a break from
homework with
a game or two.
All games are
provided, but feel free to bring your own.
We also have a Wii if you want a “video game” challenge. All
ages are welcomed to this activity; children under the age of 11
must be accompanied by a parent or adult guardian.
Monday, September 16th, 5:30 – 7:00 p.m.
Monday, September 30th, 5:30 – 7:00 p.m.
Monday, October 14th, 5:30 – 7:00 p.m.
Monday, October 28th, 5:30 – 7:00 p.m.
Monday, November 4th, 5:30 – 7:00 p.m.
Monday, November 18th, 5:30 – 7:00 p.m.
Saturday, September 21st
1:00 p.m.
Bring the whole family to the
OCL to enjoy our screening
of the movie, Big Miracle.
This film is based upon an
amazing true story of a
small-town newspaper
reporter and an animal loving volunteer, who join forces in
gathering a most unlikely group of supporters to rescue a family
of majestic grey whales. This inspiring movie shows the power
of teamwork and what can be achieved when people act
together. Big Miracle is rated PG. Doors open at 12:45, and the
film starts at 1:00 p.m. Come early for a good seat and a whale
of a time at the OCL! Refreshments will be served.
Saturday, October 26th
1:00 p.m.
Calling ghouls, ghosts, and goblins
of all ages! Come to the OCL and
enjoy a special screening of It’s the
Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown!
Will Linus finally get to see the
Great Pumpkin? Will Charlie
Brown score some tricks or treats?
What kind of mischief will Snoopy
get into? Join us and enjoy some
sweet Halloween treats as the story
unfolds. After the movie, stay and
create your very own scary black cat and a creepy spider. All
craft supplies are provided. Doors open at 12:45 p.m. and
the movie begins at 1:00 p.m. Come early for good seats and
yummy treats!
Saturday
November 23rd
1:00 p.m.
Join us at the OCL for our first
annual showing of A Charlie
Brown Thanksgiving. Bring the family and enjoy some holiday
laughs and lessons, as Charlie Brown shows us the true meaning
of friendship. After the movie, stay and create some traditional
corn husk flowers to take home for your Thanksgiving
centerpiece. All craft materials are provided and refreshments
will be served. Doors open at 12:45 p.m. The movie begins at
1:00 p.m., so come early to get a good seat!
Join us for an evening of stories, games and a costume parade! Orangeburg County
Department of Public Safety will also be on hand to teach us about staying safe while
trick-or-treating. All families are welcome to this spook-tacular evening!
ALL PROGRAMS WILL BE HELD AT THE MAIN LIBRARY
TEENS
Teens, do you want to get creative after school? Come join our
new program, and take an adventure through time into the
world of art. You’ll learn about important people and
movements in art history, and then learn how to use different
materials to create your own masterpiece based on works by
a famous artist! All materials will be provided. Class size is
limited to 20 and registration is required. To register, please
call Jennifer Chatto-McCoskey at (803) 533-5868, or sign up in
person at the Information Services Desk. Children 10 and
under may participate if accompanied by a parent or adult
guardian. All classes begin at 2:30 p.m. Please arrive by this
time to hold your spot!
Tuesday, September 17th
Vincent Van Gogh and Starry Night
Tuesday, September 24th
Henri Rousseau and Jungle Prints
Tuesday, October 1st
Paul Gauguin and Surprising Colors
Tuesday, October 15th
Georges Seurat and Dots
Tuesday, October 22nd
Henri Matisse and Color Collage
Tuesday, November 5th
Wassily Kandinsky and Painting Music
Tuesday, November 12th
Piet Mondrian and Straight Lines
Tuesday, November 19th
Paul Klee and One-Line Designs
Tuesday, November 26th
Pablo Picasso and One-Color Painting
THE TRUE STORY OF AN AMERICAN LEGEND
Saturday, September 14th
1:00 p.m.
If you liked The Blind Side, Invincible, or Ali, come to the
OCL for a free screening of the new movie, 42. This film
portrays the true life story of the Brooklyn Dodger’s Jackie
Robinson and his incredible journey to become one of the
greatest legends in baseball history. Starring Chadwick
Boseman as Jackie Robinson and Harrison Ford as team
executive Branch Rickey, this film is rated PG-13. Doors open
at 12:45 p.m. and the show begins at 1:00 p.m. Refreshments
will be served.
Saturday, November 9th
1:00 p.m.
Did you read Kami Garcia’s Beautiful Creatures series? Then
you won’t want to miss the OCL’s showing of this movie! Come
relive the story of Ethan and Lena, as they search for the dark
secrets hidden by
their families and
their town. Doors
open at 12:45pm,
and the film begins
at 1:00 p.m.
Refreshments will
be served. After the
screening, stop by
the Teen Section and
check out the rest of
Kami Garcia’s titles!
TEENS
WWE
AT THE
O
CL
It’s back! Write a letter to your favorite wrestler convincing him
or her to read your favorite book. If you are persuasive enough,
you may win a free trip to Wrestlemania XXX, on April 6, 2014,
in New Orleans! Three winners will be chosen from OCL
entries, and their letters will advance to the regional competition.
Grand prize winners will be selected from regional winners.
Drop off your letter at the Information Services Desk, or send
it via e-mail it to Jennifer at [email protected] . Winners will be selected from the three categories
of 5th-6th grade, 7th-8th grade, and 9th-12th grade, so be sure
and include your grade level and the school you attend on your
letter. The deadline for entries is November 15th. Good Luck!
Kick off Teen Read Week 2013, October 13th-October 19th, by
promising to read at least 5 books. Turn in your reading list at
the Information Services Desk, or e-mail it to Jennifer at
[email protected] by November 22nd.
If you fulfill your pledge, you will be entered into our prize
drawings for some cool WWE swag!
Join us on Saturday, October 12th,for the screening of the
documentary, The John Cena Experience. This inspirational
movie chronicles the WWE Superstar’s long journey to the top
and how he’s using his fame to better the world. Come learn all
about Hustle, Loyalty, and Respect! Doors open at 12:45 p.m.
Showtime is 1:00 p.m. Come early to get your seat!
Refreshments will be served.
ALL PROGRAMS WILL BE HELD AT THE MAIN LIBRARY
ADULTS
Spend the afternoon with us, and watch Cary Grant and Myrna
Loy set out to build a dream house in the country. The costs
and the laughs mount as they face a flood of problems in this
classic comedy.
“Fall Plantings -Mums and More”
Tuesday, September 3rd
5:30 – 6:30 p.m.
“ Planting Trees and Shrubs”
Tuesday, October 1st
5:30 – 6:30 p.m.
“Christmas Plants – Poinsettias and Bulbs”
Tuesday, November 5th
5:30 – 6:30 p.m.
MOVIES AT THE MAIN
803.531.4636
NOW SHOWING
September
14th
42- The Jackie Robinson Story
Showtime [1:00pm]
September
21st
Big Miracle
September
28th
Mr. Blanding Builds His Dream House
Showtime [1:00pm]
Showtime [1:00pm]
October
12th
The John Cena Experience
October
19th
The Help (2011)
September
Showtime [1:00pm]
14
October
26th
Main Branch
510 Louis Street
It’s the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown!
Showtime [1:00pm]
November
9th
Beautiful Creatures
November
16th
PT-109 (1963)
November
23rd
A Charlie Brown Thanksgiving
Showtime [1:00pm]
Showtime [1:00pm]
Showtime [1:00pm]
Refreshments Provided!
Showtime [1:00pm]
FRIENDS OF THE LIBRARY
The Friends of the Library are in need of new members. This
non-profit group of volunteers works to promote and assist
the library. Each month the Friends of the Orangeburg County
Library host a book sale. These sales generate funds that
support the library in numerous ways. To become a Friend of
the Orangeburg County Library, log on to the OCL webpage
and click on the Friends of OCL tab. Your generous donations
and time make a difference.
Adult and Young Adult
Hardback Books $1.50
Paperback Books 75¢
Tuesday, September 10
Tuesday, October 8
9 a.m. - 7 p.m.
9 a.m. - 7 p.m.
Children’s
Hardback Books 75¢
Paperback Books 50¢
Book donations can be made to the Friends on days they have
volunteers at the Library working in the book sale rooms.
ALL PROGRAMS WILL BE HELD AT THE MAIN LIBRARY
Locations:
Main Branch:
Orangeburg County Library
510 Louis Street
Orangeburg, SC 29115
(803) 531-4636
Holly Hill Branch Library
8441 Old State Road
Holly Hill, SC 29059
(803) 496-7177
Mentor Branch Library
2621 Cleveland Street
Elloree, SC 29047
(803) 897-2162
Santee Branch Library
9316 Dazzy Circle
Santee, SC 29112
(803) 854-5300
Springfield Branch Library
210 Brodie Street
Springfield, SC 29146
(803) 258-1100
North Branch Library
9316 North Road
North, SC 29112
(803) 247-5880
Ken Coleman, our invaluable Reference Librarian, has been
with the Orangeburg County Library since 1998. Ken’s favorite
part of his job is helping customers find books that the OCL
does not currently have in its
collection. He also enjoys hosting Ken’s Movie Madness each
month. Mr. Coleman is an aficionado of classic movies and is
filled with information about the backstories of these films.
Mr. Coleman was born in Greenville, SC and grew up in
Salisbury, NC. Before
working as a librarian,
he taught high school
for five years. If Ken
were not a librarian,
he would spend his
time listening to music,
watching movies,
learning more about
computer education, and getting some well earned shut-eye!
Currently Mr. Coleman is reading a collection of articles about
vaudeville and the fourth volume of Robert Caro’s biography of
Lyndon B. Johnson. Come visit Ken at the Information
Services Desk for all your reference needs or just to talk Wake
Forest sports!