Attention Anime fans!!!
The Wayne Public Library will be having our third anime screening on Wednesday, November 30th, 6:00pm-8:00pm. We will be showing the third episodes of Orange, Fairy Tail, ReLife, and Mob Psycho 100! We'll be watching on the library's big screen, with our awesome audio system. Come enjoy some of the newest and greatest via Crunchyroll! See you there!
Thursday, November 10, 2016
Wednesday Evenings 6:30-7:15
Enjoy stories songs, finger plays, movement and an easy craft at our winter story time. REGISTRATION BEGINS Tuesday, December 27, 2016 in person, at the Children’s reference desk, or by phone (734) 721-7832.
January 18 My Favorite Fairy Tales
January 25 Winter/Snow
February 1 Mice, and Groundhogs
February 8 Valentine’s Day/Hearts
February 15 Babies
February 22 Cars, Trucks and thing that go
Thursday, August 4, 2016
Family Story time Fall 2016
Wednesday Evenings 6:30-7:15
Enjoy stories songs, finger plays, movement and an easy craft at our Fall story time. REGISTRATION BEGINS Tuesday, August 16, 2016 in person, at the Children’s reference desk, or by phone (734) 721-7832.
September 14 Apples
September 21 Bears
September 28 Bugs
October 5 Clothes
October 12 Hats
October 19 Fall
October 26 Halloween
November 2 Monkeys
November 9 Pumpkins, Thanksgiving
Week of November 15th
Come in the Week of November 15th and enjoy a simple craft you can take home and use during the holidays.
Posted by Sean Glasgow at 2:11 PM
Thursday, July 14, 2016
The Wayne Public Library will be having its first ever FREE ANIME SCREENING on July 27th from 6:00pm - 8:00pm. We’ll be showing some of the latest and greatest via Crunchyroll.
This screening will include the first episodes of…
During the spring of her second year of high school, Naho receives a letter. Its sender is herself from ten years in the future. Naho thinks it's a prank at first, but when the things written in the letter start to come true one by one, she realizes that the letter is telling her events that will happen in her future. It tells her that she'll fall in love with Kakeru, a new student who transfers to her school, and that he'll die in the winter of his 17th year. After learning the regrets and wishes of the 26-year-old Naho following Kakeru's death, what can the 16-year-old Naho do differently?
The story follows a teenage girl named Lucy Heartfilla who is determined to join the notorious magical Fairy Tail Guild. During a daring rescue, she encounters Natsu who is part of the guild and eventually offers her a place. They become teammates performing various missions for the Fairy Tail Guild. Be prepared for an action-packed adventure!
Arata Kaizaki (27) quit the job he landed after graduation in only three months. His life did not go well after that. Now his parents are threatening to stop sending money, and want him to come back to the country. He has no friend or girlfriend to share his troubles with...as he hits rock bottom a strange man named Ryo Yoake appears. Yoake invites Kaizaki to join a societal rehabilitation program for NEETs called ReLife. This program uses a mysterious drug to make him look younger, and sends him back to high school for a year…
Mob Psycho 100
Kageyama Shigeo, a.k.a. "Mob," is a boy who has trouble expressing himself, but who happens to be a powerful esper. Mob is determined to live a normal life and keeps his ESP suppressed, but when his emotions surge to a level of 100%, something terrible happens to him! As he's surrounded by false espers, evil spirits, and mysterious organizations, what will Mob think? What choices will he make? The anime based on the original story by ONE, the idol of the webcomic world and creator of One-Punch Man, is coming your way with animation by leading animation studio Bones!
WARNING: SOME MATERIAL NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN
PARENTAL GUIDANCE SUGGESTED CHILDREN UNDER 13
PARENTAL GUIDANCE SUGGESTED CHILDREN UNDER 13
Posted by Sean Glasgow at 12:25 PM
Tuesday, June 28, 2016
Carola Fisher wishes to remind our patrons about our
Small Business Resource Center.
The Library has made very many resources readily available. However, for those who are not the entrepreneurial type we shelve such sources as:
USA Today’s Running a side business: how to create a second income.
(SB 658.421 STI)
Put more cash in your pocket: turning what you know into dough. (Loral Langemeier, a regular financial expert on Dr. Phil, SB 658.11 LAN)
The complete idiot’s guide to selling your crafts on ETSY.
(Marcy Layton Turner, a seasoned ETSY seller and shop owner.
SB 745.506 TUR)
The official eBAY bible. (Jim Griffith, Dean of eBAY education.
SB 658.87 GRI)
For those who ARE the entrepreneurial type, and who have always wanted to start a business and be their own boss:
The economy of YOU: discover your inner entrepreneur and recession-
proof your life. (Kimberly Palmer, Senior Money Editor at U.S. News and &
World Report. SB 658.11 PAL)
The small business bible: everything you need to know to succeed in your
small business. (Steven D. Strauss, USA Today small business columnist.
SB 658.022 STR)
In addition there are links to such invaluable websites as:
“Business owner’s toolkit: guides, tools and templates for small business.”
And links to powerful business resources like the State of Michigan’s
Michigan Business One Stop
or the Michigan Small Business Economic Development Centers at Schoolcraft College and Eastern Michigan University.
Notices of upcoming workshops and seminars are available, and brochures for the Centers as well as our own. The excellent booklet Guide to starting and operating a small business. from The Michigan Economic Development Corporation can be picked up without charge.
Become a stay-at-home mom with a home-based business, or start a retirement business. Your future is yours! Check it out! You really can take charge of your financial security and even prosperity.
Posted by Sean Glasgow at 6:23 PM
Tuesday, May 31, 2016
We are SO excited about this year’s Summer Reading Program at The Wayne Public Library! Register at the Youth Reference Desk beginning Tuesday, June 7, 2016. Readers and Read-to-Me’s will keep a record of their reading time on the Reading Log provided in the bag you receive when you register. One prize will be awarded for each 10 hours read, two prizes for 20 hours, and three prizes for 30 hours. A grand prize entry will be added for each 10 hours. You can win extra prizes by completing one of the activity sheets available to all ages. Solve a puzzle, color a picture, make a craft, and other fun and win a prize! There will be an activity for each week, so stop by often and do them all! Only one extra prize per week per child for activities. All hours must be recorded by 4:45 p.m. Friday, July 29. Grand prize drawing will be announced August 3.
As you complete your hours of reading, come to the library and we will pull your registration and record your log entries. Your reading may be any book that you can get. You can read anywhere you like, but we love to see you checking out library books.
On Winning Wednesdays from June 21-July 26 at 2:00 p.m. there will be a Family Storytime for everyone. Below is a list of Special Programs all taking place at 2:00 p.m. in our Community Room for Summer Reading Participants.
THIS SUMMER’S PROGRAMS ARE:
Tuesday, June 21: Healthy Me with Lynn Hartwig
Tuesday, June 28: Magic with Jeff Wawrzaszek
Friday, July 15: Flying Aces Pro Frisbee Team for ALL AGES—Registration required
Tuesday, July 19: Summer Olympics—Library Style for ALL AGES—Registration Required
Tuesday, July 26: Shake, Rattle, and Roll an Interactive Concert—for ALL AGES
To register, please call 734-721-7832 or visit the Youth Reference Desk.
Posted by Sean Glasgow at 3:42 PM