*EVENT RESCHEDULED FROM FEBRUARY*
This illustration rich presentation is a discovery tour of tokens used for the abolition of slavery and the advancement of liberty from approximately 1792 through the Civil War.
Michael Callis brings his expertise and passion to the subject of how tokens, used as currency, tell the story of intentional political protest.
Come hear his presentation and view the actual tokens. This presentation is appropriate for older elementary school aged children through age 100!
Covid precautions take precedence. Masks are required.
Everyone is welcome to join us for a discussion of this month's book selection, Tell the Wolves I'm Home, by Carol Rifka Brunt. Books for the year are chosen by the group and posted on our website. The library will have plenty of copies of the current selection, with large print and audio options if available.
Meetings are on Zoom and in person. Masks are required.
Contact Kathy Keene for any questions: email@example.com
Everyone is welcome to join in a stimulating discussion on this month's book selection. We meet in-person and on Zoom.
For January, we have chosen, The Boys in the Boat: Nine Americans and Their Epic Quest for Gold at the 1936 Berlin Olympics, by Daniel James Brown.
We gather at 6:15 and wrap up by 7:45. Contact Kathy Keene with any questions or access to the Zoom link: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Come learn how to fold your own origami holiday ornaments!
All ages are welcome
Enjoy creating an ornament for your home or as a gift with the guidance of Nancy Russo. FREE! Spots are limited, so please sign up here: https://bit.ly/31t2kJf
All ages welcome, masks required for ages 5 and up.
One person's discard is another's treasure!
Tired of the same items in your closet and ready for a change but don't want to spend money? All are welcome to bring what they purge from their clothing collection, and take home what they would like. FREE!
Carol Hanson will provide tips and tricks to help you create beautiful hand-painted wine glasses to keep for yourself or give as a gift. BYO glasses (up to 4). Takes place in the Ham Room. Masks required. FREE! Please sign up here: https://bit.ly/3oX44Ey
All are invited to stretch, relax, and rejuvinate with Dixie Lea every Thursday morning in October outdoors in the library park. Please dress comfortably and bring extra layers. BYO mat or blanket and water bottles. FREE!