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The latest news from the Noyes Children's Library Foundation | January / February 2017
Join the Noyes Children’s Library Foundation for a fabulous family event to benefit the Make MORE Noyes Campaign!
 
Sunday, January 22, 2017 from 3 – 5 p.m.
Kensington Town Hall, 3910 Mitchell St., Kens.
Cost: $5 per person, max $20 per family
All ages welcome (recommended for 18 mos - 6 yrs)
 
Dance your claws off with Aaron Anderson of  A-Squad Entertainment

Create “monstrous” craft masterpieces

Enjoy the Where the Wild Things Are Penny Theater show

Browse the Maurice Sendak memorabilia display - and make sure to enter the Sendak raffle!
RSVP AT www.facebook/makemorenoyes
For more information about the Wild Rumpus Dance Party
and the Make MORE Noyes Campaign, go to
www.noyeslibraryfoundation.org
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P.S. Join us before the Wild Rumpus Dance Party and get a FREE ticket for the Maurice Sendak raffle!

Author Spotlight: Henry Cole


Award-winning author Henry Cole has illustrated over 140 picture books and has written and illustrated several of his own.  His newest work is Spot, the Cat, a black and white, wordless picture book about a cat's journey through a city. Read more about the Alexandria-based author HERE, or at henrycole.net, and be sure to check out Cole's books at Noyes and other MCPL branches!
Do your children love winter? Check out this N.Y. Times book review about four "exceptional" books about SNOW, including Samson in the Snow, by Noyes supporter Philip C. Stead.

The Noyes Children’s Library Foundation supports the early literacy mission of the historic Noyes Children's Library by promoting literacy, creating community, honoring history and welcoming all.  The Foundation, in cooperation with Montgomery County Public Libraries, is leading the Make MORE Noyes Renovation Campaign for a universally accessible and magically expanded Noyes.
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The foundation, an all-volunteer nonprofit that works to support Noyes, is always appreciative of our volunteers' many contributions. Contact us to see how you can get involved!

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