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Thank you to all who volunteered and donated their time, food, and presence to make this year’s BBQ a huge success! We are so grateful for our community’s support. This year’s event was a fundraiser to benefit HELD (Huntington Endowment for Library Development), which is a nonprofit organization created to build an endowment to support the future of the Library

Huntington Playgroup, Fridays 10:00 am – noon.    We are lucky to have Jen O’Hora return to facilitate our Building Brighter Futures Playgroup!

Story Time, Fridays 10:45 am  Babies and toddlers learn pre-literacy skills by listening to stories, rhymes, and singing songs. We also do crafts to work on our fine motor skills!

New Book Group  Saturday, October 24, 10 am – 12 pm  Our first read is Garden Spells by Sarah Allen Addison, chosen by Monique Hemme, who will lead the discussion.  Parents are welcome to bring their young children to join a parallel mini book club of their own!  (We will read books, do a project, plus there are toys!)  All are invited!

Bobcats, Birds, and Butterflies: Good Forestry is Good For Wildlife presented by Sue Morse of Keeping Track. Friday, October 7, 6:45 pm refreshments, 7 pm presentation. Learn about how forest management practices can stimulate more productive and diversified food and cover resources for the benefit of all wildlife, including mammals, birds, amphibians, reptiles and insects. This beautifully illustrated slide presentation covers a range of species, from wood frogs to moose, and engages audiences in considering the many ways to both enhance and protect critical wildlife habitat.
Sponsored by Huntington Historical and Community Trust (HHCT) and the Huntington Public Library .

Please note:  There will be NO MOVIE NIGHT in October.