2014 Family Reading & Science Saturdays "Predator & Prey"
Saturday at 12pm Mar 8th Families.
Join us for our 3rd annual Science Saturday Series presented by U of M Natural History Museum. Plan to attend the entire series. Workshops include: Meals with Megafauna & Present Day Predators and Prey. *Spaces are limited. Registration required. Register in person at the Circulation Desk to attend. Registration is open.
St. Patrick's Day Celebration
Wednesday, March 12th 5:30-6:30 Kids K-5th grades. Wear your green & show your “Irish Pride”! We’ll listen to a story, play some games, and make a craft!
Re-Fashionista Jewelry Craft
Broken, old, or out-of-style jewelry?
Thursday, March 13th at 6:45pm Adults. Do you have any broken or out of style costume jewelry tucked away at home? Why not bring it to our workshop and turn it into a brand new piece! We will be refashioning old pieces into new creations using new hardware, beads from the library’s craft supplies, and your imagination! Plan to bring something to recycle and an idea of what you’d like to transform it into. Do you have questions about the program? Talk to Cindy or Beth at the library, we have answers. *Register in person at the Circulation Desk to attend. Registration requires a $5 refundable cash deposit. Registration is open.
World Domination Party
Friday, Mar 21st 5-8 Teens 6th-12th grades Fun dominates at this party! Watch Catching Fire and play Wii games. Pizza, snacks, and beverages provided. Due to the length of the movie, no other activities are planned for this event.*Register at the Circulation Desk or call 223-9089 to attend. A 2014 Program Permission Slip must be on file to attend. Registration is open.
Write Out Loud: Adult Writing Group
February 19th—April 9th
Every Wednesday 2:30-3:30 Bring a 1-2 page work of writing to share each week or bring a short piece to work on over this 8-week session. Or simply enjoy the on-the-spot writing exercises each week.
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