Date

Galaxy Jars

Teen

Create a sparkly and colorful galaxy in a jar that is the perfect decoration for your room or desk!  Add your favorite quote for a daily dose of inspiration!  As seen on the blog DIY for Teens

Mon, Apr. 10 (4:00pm)

Chick Make and Take Craft (While Supplies Last)

Kids, Family, Homeschooler

Spring has sprung, so come into the library to make a cute

chick craft !l

Tue, Apr. 11 (10:30am)

Chess Club

Kids, Teen, Family, Homeschooler

Learn and play Chess in our 6 week Chess Club series!

1st through 6th graders are invited to the library for some indoor fun.

All skill levels welcome, including beginners!

No registration required.

DATES

Tues, 04/04/2017 - 4 pm

Tue, Apr. 11 (4:00pm)

Journal Writing: Unlimited Possibilities

Adult, Seniors

Have you done something extraordinary in your life?  Have you achieved something you never thought possible?  Grab your journal and get ready to write about and share your experiences.

 

Wed, Apr. 12 (2:00pm)

Lego Club

Kids, Homeschooler

Please join us for Lego Club!  Choose a challenge or see where your imagination takes you as you build.

Wed, Apr. 12 (4:00pm)

Coloring and Conversation

Adult, Seniors

Bring your pencils and crayons, and we will provide the coloring sheets.

Thu, Apr. 13 (1:00pm)

Gentle Flow Yoga

Adult, Seniors

 Join Leslie for a practice linking the movement of the breath with the gentle flow of poses and ending with a soothing yoga rest.  De-stress while you stretch, strengthen, and breathe.

Thu, Apr. 13 (6:00pm)

Harp Performance

Adult, Seniors

Come and join harpist Gloria Galante for an exciting musical performance.

Mon, Apr. 17 (6:00pm)

Chess Club

Kids, Teen, Family, Homeschooler

Learn and play Chess in our 6 week Chess Club series!

1st through 6th graders are invited to the library for some indoor fun.

All skill levels welcome, including beginners!

No registration required.

DATES

Tues, 04/04/2017 - 4 pm

Tue, Apr. 18 (4:00pm)

Bookbuzzers: Unlimited Possibilities

Adult, Seniors

Amelia Earhart made strides in the field of aviation.

Join us in a lively discussion of the book, Amelia Earhart, while enjoying light refreshments.  Also, bring any book you have read and are ready to discuss about Amelia Earhart.

Wed, Apr. 19 (2:00pm)

Needlework Meet-Up

Adult, Seniors

Whether you knit, crochet or do needlepoint, bring your project to work on, and exchange ideas with  other crafters.

This is a self-instructed class.

Thu, Apr. 20 (1:00pm)

Medicare and You

Adult, Seniors

Do you have questions about Medicare?  Attend this informative workshop to learn how Medicare works and what are your rights and entitlements.  Also learn what benefits you may qualify for, and find out the differences between the Medicare Supplement and Medicare Advantage Plan.

Thu, Apr. 20 (2:00pm)

Music, Movement and Parachute Fun

Kids, Family, Homeschooler

Join us for music and movement activities, with shaker eggs, scarves, bean bags and more,

ending with parachute play. Great for learning listening skills and gross motor skills

without even knowing. Suitable for ages 2 to 6 years.

Fri, Apr. 21 (10:30am)

Earth Day Wind Chimes

Teen

Join us as we make wind chimes out of wood, beads, and bells just in time for Earth Day! As seen on the blog Garden Therapy

Fri, Apr. 21 (4:00pm)

AFI's 100 Years...100 Movies - Some Like it Hot

Adult, Seniors, Teen, Film, Music

A 1959 film romantic comedy film starring Marilyn Monroe, Tony Curtis and Jack Lemmon and produced and directed by Billy Wilder.  The film is about two musicians who dress in drag to in order to "hide" from mafia gangsters after witnessing a crime.  The film received widespread critical acclaim a

Fri, Apr. 21 (6:30pm)

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