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By Jack H. Smith
Three Forks Voice 

Packed schedule at Three Forks Community Library

 

November 3, 2021

The North Pole Ninja is planning a visit to the Three Forks Community Library.

It is going to be a busy couple of months at the Three Forks Community Library.

With Christmas just around the corner, the library will soon have a North Pole Ninja on staff to help with missions of good deeds.

According to Librarian Fawn Venzor, the library is hosting a contest for area youth to win the book "North Pole Ninjas: Mission Christmas". Venzor said there would be two ways to be entered to win the popular book that spreads Christmas Cheer through secret missions. Starting November 22, kids can come to the library to find the "North Pole Ninja," who will be hiding somewhere in the library. Kids can tell library staff where they found him and can also enter during the Christmas Stroll on Friday, December 3.

"This gives you a good chance to win the book and all the secret missions," Venzor said.

The next book club selection can be picked up at the library.

Those interested in a "Gnomes in November" Class are also asked to sign up at the library. The gnome-making class is scheduled for November 16, and Venzor is asking those interested to contact the library so they can order enough supplies.

The Three Forks Community Library Book Club is hosting their next event on November 30 for "Apples Never Fall" by Liane Moriarty. Books are available at the library.

A fall raffle is also underway at the library and will run until November 19. Patrons are encouraged to come to the library to sign up.

Finally, starting in early November, the library is starting a raffle for a beautiful Christmas quilt made by Janice Schindel. Proceeds from the quilt will be used to purchase more books in the "Who, What, Where" series.

 

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