Programs / Classes

What Do You Know About That?

Fairview Public Library's monthly trivia competition, “What Do You Know about That?,” continues on April 24th from 9 am – 4 pm with even more pop culture, sports, and current events topics to tease your brain.

Circle Time 1

Toddler Time, Story Hour, and Circle Time classes spring into April at Fairview Public Library with the featured weekly themes of “Chicka, Chicka – Read!” “Hoppy Easter – Easter Party,” “Follow the Reading Rainbow,” and “Tweet, Tweet – Read!”  Mrs.

Story Hour 3

Toddler Time, Story Hour, and Circle Time classes spring into April at Fairview Public Library with the featured weekly themes of “Chicka, Chicka – Read!” “Hoppy Easter – Easter Party,” “Follow the Reading Rainbow,” and “Tweet, Tweet – Read!”  Mrs.

Story Hour 2

As we head into May, the spring semester for Toddler Time and Story Hour winds down with the final themes of “We Love Mom!” and “Beach Blanket Picnic.”  Children will also be treated to a magic show on May 22nd at the Fairview Fire Hall to wrap up the spring semester.  

Story Hour 1

Toddler Time, Story Hour, and Circle Time classes spring into April at Fairview Public Library with the featured weekly themes of As we head into May, the spring semester for Toddler Time and Story Hour winds down with the final themes of “We Love Mom!” and “Beach Blanket Picnic.”  Children will also be treated to a magic show on May 22n

Circle Time 2

Toddler Time, Story Hour, and Circle Time classes spring into April at the Fairview Public Library with the featured weekly themes of “Chicka, Chicka – Read!” “Hoppy Easter – Easter Party,” “Follow the Reading Rainbow,” and “Tweet, Tweet – Read!”  Mrs. Alicia also invites children to “Hop Away with a Good Book” during our monthly coloring workshop.  

Circle Time 2:  9:30 am, 11 am, 12:30 pm, 1:15 pm, 2 pm

Jumping Jellybeans Guessing Game

The featured guessing game at the Fairview Public Library Circulation Desk is “Jumping Jellybeans.”  Give us your best estimate of the number of jellybeans in the jar, be the closest without going over, and win!

Juvenile Patron Appreciation Basket Giveaway

Fairview Public Library's  “Juvenile Patron Appreciation Basket Giveaway” continues in April; children who present their library card when checking out can fill out a ticket for the drawing, with one entry being randomly chosen as the winner.

Give Us You Best Lines

To highlight National Poetry Month adult patrons (ages 18-up) are encouraged to express themselves on Fairview Public Library's  “Give Us Your Best Lines” magnetic sight-words dry erase board.  Arrange the various words available into a witty saying, declaration of love, or silly limerick – be creative! - and receive a  library coupon of your choice.  

A Tisket, A Tasket, Read Some Books

The third, and final, installment of Fairview Public Library's popular “Blind Date” reading program concludes in April.  This time around it’s “A-Tisket, A-Tasket, Read Some Books – Win a Basket!”  Just as before, you won’t know what book you’ve got until you’ve checked it out and unwrapped it.  For each “Basket” title you check out, read, and review, you will be entered into a drawing for a gift basket that will be awarded to one lucky winner drawn at random on April 30th.   Books will