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Our 1st annual Princess Day was a huge success. Mark your calendar for the Tuesday of Spring Break 2019 for another exciting Princess Day! Christine Waddell had a dream of turning the Swan Room into a room for princesses. It was amazing. I didn’t get any pictures of the room, but I know LaVeda did. […]
Princess Day—Tuesday, March 20th—4 to 6 PM–register at www.lacygnelibrary.org (right column) Limited to first 36 girls who sign up!
Every little girl has her favorite princess. Maybe it’s Elsa from Frozen or Sleeping Beauty or Cinderella, but they can tell you all about them. They may even have the outfit, the tiara, and the movie or book memorized. This Spring Break, we are inviting the first 36 little princess lovers who sign up to attend our princess party. Some members of the Prairie View National Honor Society have agreed to become “Princesses” for the evening and make your girls dreams come true. We will have 6 princesses and each one will have 6 “mini” princesses at their table. We are still working out the details, but they will hear the princess’s favorite story, they will play some princess games and make some princess crafts and eat food with the princess. Space is limited so you must go online to register to attend. Girls 5 and under must be accompanied by an adult and you will need to be there to assist them with the activities. Michael Barrett will be on hand to take pictures of the girls with their favorite princesses, so they will have memory to take home with them. If your daughter has a princess outfit that they would like to wear they are welcome to do so. We are working out details for Mini-Princess make-overs with someone to fix up their hair and do a little make-up to make them feel special. So don’t delay go to www.lacygnelibrary.org and on the right hand side in the list of events, scroll down and sign your daughter up for this event. Watch for more details on our website and Facebook page. Please include an email when you sign up, so we can send you more details.
Get your tickets at the library to win a chance on this quilt. All proceeds go to the Summer Lunch Program. $1 for 1 ticket, $5 for 6 tickets, $10 for 12 tickets, $20 for 25 tickets. Winner will be drawn on April 13, 2018 at the end of National Library Week. Get your tickets today!
Who doesn’t love pi (pie)? Thanks to library staff, patrons, and friends, we will be serving pie on Wednesday, March 14th, until we run out. We do ask that you limit to one piece. Come enjoy some pie!
My last Pie for Pi Day tomorrow at the library. It’s a Black Forest Cheese pie (first picture shows cherries on half and the luscious chocolate cheese layer on top of a plain layer in a chocolate graham cracker crust) The other is the finished product. And the two pies I call Mounds pies because to me they taste like Mounds candy bars…who can beat coconut and chocolate in a custard (like pecan pie) pie..If you’re in La Cygne tomorrow stop by the library and have a piece of pie. We’re excited to see what pies we get for tomorrow’s event. If you’re bringing in a pie, please bring in close to 9 AM. I know we have a peach pie in there already.