Enjoy a family movie at the library. No snacks please. Rated: PG For families. Register beginning Monday, October 23.
Drop in and join the Fray. This stitchery club is for experienced and novice alike. Whether you knit, crochet, cross-stitch, or work another needle craft, come to learn and share. Bring your own supplies and projects. Experienced members have offered to share their craft with beginners. For ages 10 & up. Drop in, no registration or ticket required.
Tackle a suggested challenge with the library’s LEGO bricks. Select either 5:30PM or 6:30 PM session only. For ages 5-12. Children attend on their own. If child is under 10, parents/caregivers must remain in the library. REGISTER NOW.
Make some fun Harry Potter-themed items to take home. Magic not required! Muggles welcome. Registration is required and begins November 1, 2017. For grades 6-12.
Come out and treat yourself to some relaxation time: color, listen to music, and socialize. We’ll supply coloring sheets and a limited number of colored pencils and markers. You are welcome to bring your own for more variety. For ages 16 and up. Registration is required and begins September 19.
A music & motion fun-for-all! For ages 0-5. Register beginning October 23rd, 2017
Rachel Jankowski, Brightstar Care will provide information about what is and is not included as a part of in-home services, what questions you might ask of a service you considering hiring, ways to pay for this service, if any medical or care issues preclude someone from receiving in-home services, and more. For ages 55 and up. Registration is required and begins October 16.
Share your writing, artwork, and/or photography with other teens and help create our ‘zine. Submissions accepted at the library’s Information Desk. Download the form or fill out the online form. No Registration necessary. Drop-in. For grades 6-12.
Topics include Setting up/working with pivot tables and charts, V lookups and advanced formulas. Prerequisites: experience with Excel and basic computer skills For ages 18 and up. Registration is required and begins 10/2/17.
Thinking about life after high school? An ISAC representative will discuss different post-secondary school options including degrees, careers, types of colleges and how to research them, how to evaluate schools and majors, college visits, and more. Registration is required and begins September 25, 2017. For high school students and adults.