Franklin Branch (Washington)

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Wednesday, June 28, 2017 - 2:00pm to 5:00pm
Franklin Branch (Franklin Twp)

Be the very best!Earn eight gym badges by completing eight science, technology, engineering, art or math problems! Build a motor out of aluminum foil and a cup! Create stalagmites with only salt, water and a bowl! Create a seedbomb that will help spread native flowers to save the local pollinators! Put on your trainer hat (and sunscreen) and become the Champion of the Pokemon Maker League! AGES 10 - 18REGISTRATION REQUIRED

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Age Groups: Tweens (9-12 yrs), Young Adult (13-18 yrs)
Wednesday, June 28, 2017 - 6:30pm to 7:30pm
Franklin Branch (Franklin Twp)

Our "Monkey Monkey Music" is an exciting family musical program for all ages featuring the educator/songwriter Meredith LeVande.  You've seen her on PBS and Kid's Thirteen.  She is a popular choice on the American Forces Network.  Now, through the combined funding of the Warren County Cultural and Heritage Commission and the Friends of the Franklin Branch of the Warren County Library, she is coming to Franklin Branch.  It's a great first family event for the Summer Reading Program.  Open to all ages; registration required for this event.

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Franklin Branch (Washington)

"Sometimes you want to go
Where everybody knows your name
And they’re always glad you came…"
“Cheers” theme song
by Gary Portnay

Yes, that’s the Franklin Branch of the Warren County Library. Nothing has changed but our hours, so don’t despair! Look at the bright side; we actually increased our Saturday hours! We are still holding wonderful programs for all ages, young and old and our collection of CDs, DVDs, books, etc. is growing in leaps and bounds! Even with this “glitch” at our branch, we want to make sure our valuable patrons are being served to the best of our ability, with the service they so deserve. So, “Cheers” to our public and their loyalty. As the song goes, “they’re always glad you came.

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