Programs / Classes
Fairview Public Library will be featuring “Family Fun Night” every Tuesday from 4:00 pm-6:00 pm beginning November 5th and continuing through December 3rd. Families are invited to play board games, work puzzles, even do some crafting while they’re here so come join the fun!
Fairview Public Library's monthly guessing game.
The Library staff is thankful for our family, friends, library patrons, and the community we serve. As an expression of our appreciation for all of you, we have created a beautiful “Thankful Basket.” Tell us what you are thankful for and enter to win the basket now on display at the library.
What is International Games Day @ your library? Basically, it's just a date when a whole bunch of libraries all over the world agree to play games in a spirit of co-operation.
We’re celebrating Blackshere’s 2nd grade class the month of November. Every time a second grader visits the library and checks out material in any format, we will add a designated pizza topping to our bulletin board. The Homeroom with the most toppings at the end of the month will win a pizza party. They will also “Spin the Wheel” for prizes on each visit.
Why picture books are important?
Long before children can read a word they can tell stories of their own just by looking at the pictures in their favorite books. Picture books can create a magical, unexpected world for the reader pushing and challenging their imagination. Picture book characters and their stories will stay with them forever.
Miss Melissa will have a display of “PICTURE BOOKS and LolliPOPS!” all month. Pick a picture book, and pull a lollipop. Also join us any Monday, Tuesday, or Wednesday at 10:30 am for story time.
To finish off Teen Read Week, we will have a special presentation on UFOs and cryptozoology by Fred Saluga. Fred teaches classes on UFOs and cryptozoology at the Eastern Gateway Community College in Stuebenville, Ohio. Fred is the Director of West Virginia MUFON and a State Regional Director in Pennsylvania.
Page Turners will meet at Fairview Public Library on October 25 at 2:30pm to discuss Tidewater Blood.
Speaking of Books will meet at Fairview Public Library on October 22 at 4:00pm to discuss Emily's Ghost.
On October 16 at 11:00 am, an “all classes” program on “Fire Safety” will be presented at the Fairview Volunteer Fire Department by local firefighters.