MAY NEWSLETTER
We need volunteers for the Summer Reading Program! Can YOU help??

Volunteers will sit at the SRP table while signing participants up, logging reading times, and giving prizes. Who can volunteer? Adults, and teens at least 13 years old.

Applications are due Monday, June 11th.

More info and application.

EVENTS

FIRST FRIDAY RECEPTION

Come meet the artists May 4th 5-8pm.

BOOK SALE MAY 11 & 12

Thousands of gently used books for bargain prices. Volunteers needed!

EMILY BRONTE: LIFE AND LITERACY LEGACY

Presented by Elisa Fierro.

TEEN ZINE CLUB

Drop-in make-and-take.

BEE CLUB

This month's topic: seed/plant swap.

CROCHET CLUB

Instruction, yarn, and loaner hooks provided. All ages and skills welcome.

GREAT DECISIONS

A grass-roots foreign-policy discussion group.

CLUB K3

After-school activities for children.

SIMPLY WRITE

Writer's club.

ENGLISH CONVERSATION GROUP

Casual gathering of ESL speakers.

THE LEGO CLUB

Come build with us. All ages welcome!

BOARD GAME NIGHT

For adults.

MAKE ME!

Drop-in crafts for teens.

BOOK TO ART CLUB

Read the book, and be inspired to make art!

STORYTIMES

We have storytimes five days a week for multiple ages, in several languages.

BOOK DISCUSSION GROUPS

STORY EXPLORERS

Book club for 2nd-3rd graders and an adult.

PAGE TURNERS

Book club for 4th-6th graders and an adult.

MYSTERY & MAYHEM

Mystery book discussion for adults.

NO TWO READERS

General fiction book club for adults.

ANY BOOK CLUB

Teens chat about their favorite books.

FOREVER YOUNG

Adults, come talk about your favorite YA fiction. Held at Starbucks on SE 192nd/SE 34th St.

SECOND STORY GALLERY

HEAT WAVE

High Fiber Diet, a special interest art group affiliated with the Columbia Fiber Arts Guild, will be displaying beautiful piecework. Meet the artists and listen to live music at the opening reception on First Friday, May 4th, from 5pm to 8pm. The exhibit is open during regular library hours, through the end of May.

BOARD OF TRUSTEES

Next meeting will be Thursday, May 10th at 6:30pm. Open to the public.

FRIENDS & FOUNDATION OF THE CAMAS LIBRARY (FFCL)

Next meeting: Tuesday, May 15th at 5:30pm. Open to the public. Board Member positions are available. Email for more info.

Future Used Book Sales

  • May 11th and 12th
  • July 27th and 28th
  • November 2nd and 3rd

Want an easy way to help fund the Camas Library? Bookmark https://smile.amazon.com/ and choose FFCL as the non-profit to support!

“You can never get a cup of tea large enough or a book long enough to suit me.”
― C.S. Lewis

The mission of the Camas Public Library is to enrich lives, encourage self-education, and promote an enlightened citizenry by providing free access to diverse and expansive collections.

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Camas Public Library
625 NE 4th Ave.
Camas, WA 98607

www.camaslibrary.org

M-W 10am - 8pm
Th-Sa 10 am - 6 pm
Sunday closed