A “Fantastical” Turnout--Second Annual Princess Tea Party
A Princess Fantasy for little princesses and their guests were invited by a special keepsake invitation to attend the Second Annual Princess Tea Party. Hosted by the Coldspring Area Public Library, seventy-four guests attended for two sittings. A fun time was enjoyed with games, story time, high tea , and prizes “fit for a princess”. Every little princess walked away with her own souvenir cup and saucer and of course, a princess wouldn’t be a princess without her tiara! The finale provided the princesses chasing bubbles with their magical bubble wands.
The fairyland was created by dedicated volunteers and organizations who built furniture, hung decorations and dressed each of the tables with a princess theme. Food was lovingly prepared by Fairy God Mothers which was served by grown-up princesses. The visual feast surpassed all expectations to the eye with delights such as tea sandwiches, fairy cupcakes with a princess ring, and little quiches. The tea made of a fruity punch was served from tea pots that were coordinated with the table’s theme and matching cups and saucers.
This could not have been done without the exceptional help that converted the library into a princess fairyland for those who still “Believe”. Heartfelt thanks go to the following for their giving spirits: the Tea Party Sponsors were Darnell Schreiber and her sister, Lynn Churchill. Thanks to the library Staff: Barbara Ponter, Joy DeRaimo and Annie Lee. The Heavy-Lifter Volunteers were Josh Ponter, Jon Lee, Kevin and Vivian Horn, Lisa Ponter, Manda Lively, Janet White, Suzanne Locke, and Cathy Burgess. Thanks for the Library Board: Sue Jackson, Mary Miller, Janet White and Nancy Ellis. Thanks to Nancy Schick and CAPL Book Review. Adult Princesses were Autumn Trollinger and Lisa Ponter. Extraordinary photographers were Cathy Burgess, Vickie Trollinger and Lynn Churchill. Serving assistants were Charise Lincoln, Melissa Reed and Sara Coe. Special thanks to the First Baptist Church and Melba Stapleton and Peggy Sewell. Maaike Hamel solved problems and Dee Doucette and her tea cups from Paradise Gardens were so helpful. Thanks to members of the Coldspring Art League donating tea cups again: Sandi Osieki, Cynthia Orchard, Julie Meeks, John Davis, Mark Papcun, Lou Turpin and Annie Lee. Special thanks to all the teacup donors: Linda Walker, Franz Luton, Kathleen Blankemeyer, Nancy Schick, and Roseanne Oliver and all the anonymous teacup and teapot donors all year long. Eternal thanks and appreciation go out to all of you for your time, talent and help. Thank You!
Your Coldspring Area Public Library prides itself in being one of the most progressive rural libraries in East Texas!
Coldspring Area Public Library
Joy DeRaimo, Librarian
Barbara Ponter & Annie Lee, Assistant Librarians
Readers of all ages will explore all things musical this summer as Coldspring Area Public Library presents “Libraries Rock” during their summer library program. Activities may include costume creation, group games, musical crafts, art projects, science and engineering experiments, and more.
The 2018 Summer Reading Program is open to young people, preschool through young adult, with programs, prize drawings, storytimes, a reading club, and more. Families are invited to join the Read-to-Me portion of the program.
Registration for “Libraries Rock” begins on May 18. For more information, call the library at 936-653-3104 or visit our website, www.coldspringlibrary.org.
All programs are free of charge.
Registration begins May 18, 2018
June 6, 2018: Rock Art 10a-12p
June 13, 2018: Science of Sound (and rock pickup from previous session) 10a-12p
June 20, 2018: Domino’s Pizzathon 10a-12p
June 27, 2018: Rocking a Drug Free Life presentation 1p-3p
14221 Hwy 150 West, P O Box 1756, Coldspring, Texas 77331
936-653-3104 - Fax 936-653-4628
Hours: Tuesday - Friday 10 am - 5 pm; Saturday 10 am - 1 pm
Closed Sunday and Monday
Tuesday, July 17th
9:30 am - 1:30 pm
The Trailblazer is a traveling science exhibit filled with hands-on activities centered on energy, aerodynamics, space, weather and biotechnology. The Trailblazer is suitable for all ages. The Trailblazer engages students with interactive projects in science and creates awareness of careers in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM).
This program is free and open to the public. All library patrons are invited to explore and participate in this exciting learning experience!
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