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Alexis Rosenbery is 2014 Lindsey Paul Rudolph Summer Intern
Rosenbery is our 2014 Lindsey Paul Rudolph summer intern and is
assisting in the Children's Department at each branch this summer.
Alexis is an Elementary and Special Education major at the University
of North Carolina. She is a graduate from Great Mills High
School and gained experience working with children as a daycare aide
and babysitter in the area.
The Lindsey Rudolph Fund was created in 2009 to honor the life of
Lindsey Paul Rudolph, a library employee killed in a tragic auto
accident. Spearheaded by Dr. Laraine Glidden of St. Mary's
College, the Lindsey Fund was established to create a student summer
work opportunity in the children's department to provide early
literacy activities for preschoolers, one of Lindsey's passion.
Summer Fun for Kids
Summer Reading programs run through Aug. 9.
Register at any branch or online
Performances on Mondays
Performances are free and are held every Monday through July 28, at
the following times/locations. List of performers
am Lexington Park at Lexington Park Library
pm Leonardtown at Leonardtown Elementary, 22850 Duke St.
pm Charlotte Hall at White Marsh Elementary, 29090
Thompson Corner Rd.
More fun programs:
the Kids page for details
- Storytimes & Story
- 500 By Five Celebration
- Kids Lab-- science experiments
Lenses, & Lighthouses
Here We Come
- Chess Basics and Fundamentals
More to Explore Passports
up a More to Explore Passport at any branch and have fun exploring
our county. Find the trail markers at each of the 22 sites
listed in the Passport and rub the name of the site on the corresponding
page in the Passport. Bring the completed Passport Prize Page to any
branch to claim your prize and to be entered in additional larger
prize drawings at the end of the summer! Be sure to include your
child's name and contact information on the prize page. Program
runs through August 15.
Download Children's Summer Brochure
Win Kindles, ChromeCast, Kindle
fire and more!
by participating in the Teen Summer Reading
program. Sign up online or at any branch any
time. Program ends Aug. 9.
Hunger Games Hunt & Raffle
ages 12-18, start your challenge at the fishbowl. Finish your
hunt and turn in your final answer to be entered in the August 15th
drawing for Hunger Game prizes.
Leonardtown July 15-August
Teen Writing Contest---Win a Kindle
an original story or poem that will "spark a
reaction." Submit it to email@example.com by Aug. 9. Who
knows. You just might win the grand prize--a Kindle!
Rocketed Race Cars:
Test your racing skills by constructing your own dragster propelled
using an air powered launcher and then competing against other
participants. Presented by growingSTEMS. Register.
Charlotte Hall Sat, July 19, 2-3:30 pm
Fri, Aug. 1, 10-11:30 am
Digital Bling: Create blinged out
accessories of wearable circuits while at the same time learn to make
and fix basic circuits. Supplies provided. Register.
Leonardtown Wed, July 16,
Download the teen summer brochure or
check teen page for details
Oscar Movie Series
July 11-Aug. 1 2-4 pm Free. Popcorn
11: Captain Phillips. The true
story of Captain Rich Phillips and the 2009 hijacking by Somali
pirates of the US-flagged MV Maesk Alabama, the first American cargo
ship to be hijacked in 200 years. Rated PG-13. Best picture nominee.
18: Gravity. A medical
engineer and an astronaut work together to survive after a
catastrophe destroys their shuttle and leaves them adrift in
orbit. Rated PG-13. Oscar winner for Best Director.
25: The Great Gatsby. A
Midwestern war veteran finds himself drawn to the past and lifestyle
of his millionaire neighbor. Rated PG13. Oscar winner for Costume
1: American Hustle. A con man along
with his seductive partner is forced to work for a wild FBI
agent who pushes them into a world of Jersey power brokers and mafia.
Rated R. Best picture nominee.
Test your knowledge at Trivia Quiz Night
and teens, come and have fun answering trivia questions. Win
Wed, July 23, 5:30 pm
Hall Thurs, Aug. 7,
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for Grant Seekers
A free webinar, geared to the novice grantseeker, will
address questions concerning expenses: personel, non-personal,
and overhead expenses, and the relationship between the project
budget and the overall budget of the organization. Register.
Lexington Park Library Tues, July 22, 2-3 pm
How to Approach a Foundation
This free webinar covers strategies for effective
communications with grantmakers from initial contact to what happens
after receiving funding. Learn how to initiate contact with
potential funders, plan calls and meetings, communicate during and
after a grant decision, and how to build lasting partnerships with
Lexington Park, Aug 19, 2-3 pm
Basic computer classes:
Introduction to Computers, Windows, Internet, and Email
will be offered at Lexington Park and Leonardtown in
Available at all
three branches. Contact the library for an appointment.
Basics in Word 2010
Wed, July 16, 5:30-7:30 pm, Lexington Park
Mon, Aug. 18, 2 -4 pm, Lexington Park
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Help for Job
Southern Maryland JobSource Mobile Career Center
Looking for a job? Visit the Mobile Career Center and let the
JobSource Coordinator help you get registered with and use the
Maryland Workforce Exchange.
Park Wed, July 23, 9 am - 1 pm
Resume Basics in Word 2010
Learn the basics of writing a resume, different resume
types, and how to use templates in Word. Free. Register.
Park Wed, July 16, 5:30-7:30 pm
Art Gallery features artwork by Color & Light
Members of Color & Light Society are displaying their artwork
during July at the Lexington Park Library Art Gallery.
Their artwork consists of oils, watercolors, sculpture, photography
and more multi-media art.
Reception: Thurs, July 10, 5-8 pm, Lexington Park
Library Art Gallery
Master Gardeners conduct plant
If you have a gardening question or need some plant
advice, stop by one of these plant clinics conducted by our local
Lexington Park 1st & 3rd Tuesday, 11 am - 1 pm
Leonardtown 2nd & 4th Tuesday, 11am - 1
Charlotte Hall 1st & 3rd Saturday, 10 am -12
Marilyn Lash, Publicity Specialist
St. Mary's County Library