Turn in those Summer Reading Logs!
Don’t forget to turn in your completed Summer Reading Log by July 31st!
Even though our scheduled Summer Reading activities ended July 17, you can still explore our virtual programs and Around Town Story Hunt.
Make sure you get all of your earned badges when you turn in your final reading log, too.
Find virtual activities and more summer info at giblb.org/summer.
Taking a break from regular programming…
There will be no regular storytimes or STEAM activities scheduled in August. We’re taking a break after a busy 6 weeks of Summer Reading and getting ready for a year of new activities starting in September.
School Supply Drive: Through August 12, 2021
Drop off new, unused school supplies at the library by August 12. We are working with local churches and businesses to distribute at an event on August 14. General supply lists are available here.
If you are interested in helping to purchase backpacks (to hold school supplies), please contact the library!
Homeschool Boot Camp, Wednesdays at 10am in August
Calling all Gibsonville-area homeschool families: August is Homeschool Month at the Gibsonville Public Library! We’re offering weekly interactive sessions for parents AND separate activities to keep the kids engaged while parents are learning and sharing. You won’t want to miss a week 🙂
Aug 4 – Intro to Homeshooling: Rules, Regs, and Local Groups
Aug 11 – Connecting to free resources and activities at the Library
Aug 18 – Curriculum Look & Materials Swap
Aug 25 – Community Conversation: Missing Pieces – What do you need?
Community Conversations – What are your missing pieces?
The Gibsonville Public Library is organizing a series of community conversations to find out what pieces are still missing to help our Gibsonville families bounce back from Covid-19. Help us determine the best day, time, and method to bring our community together in conversation. Our goal is to gather real, useful information from a broad, diverse sampling of our community and share what we learn with our local schools, government, and community groups. The more we know about what our community REALLY needs right now, the better we as a town will be able to respond with effective and relevant services. You can read more about this project at giblib.org/ltc
Bonus Borrows are back in August!
Need more than 5 borrows a month on Hoopla? Check out Hoopla Bonus Borrows! They don’t count against your borrowing limit, and they’re FREE for the library, too!
Remember, bonus borrows won’t be available until August 1st, but then you can find them by searching for “Bonus Borrows” at hoopladigital.com
FREE Hot Dog Lunch @ Gibsonville Fire Station
The Gibsonville Fire Department would like to invite you to a hot dog lunch and games for the kids on August 21, 2021 from 11 AM until 1 PM. Hot dogs, chips, and a drink will be served until supplies run out. Bike raffle tickets can be picked up at station 6 starting June 19th and will be available until the day of the hot dog lunch. Winners will be notified by phone call. All donations and raffle proceeds will go to the Gibsonville Volunteer Firefighter Association.
National Night Out with the Gibsonville Police Department
Mark your calendars for August 3rd! Gibsonville PD and Kona Ice will be in neighborhoods all over Gibsonville between 5:00 and 7:00 PM for an officer meet-and-greet, and of course FREE Kona Ice! Get details about this family-friendly event on the GPD facebook page: facebook.com/gvillepd