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Posted on: October 7, 2021

SML David Raines Branch Teaches Children & Teens "How To" in New Program

SML David Raines Branch Teaches Children & Teens "How To" in New Program

Shreve Memorial Library David Raines Branch is teaching children and teens “how to” in a new programs. The “How To” series introduces children and teens to new crafts, useful skills, and life-hacks to help them accomplish personal goals and make awesome stuff. The program is held monthly at the David Raines Branch and is free and open to children and teens to participate.

Each month, participants are introduced to a new theme or concept. In October, teens will learn how to draw and sketch, covering basic elements of design composition. In November, children will learn how to handle different emergency situations with basic first-aid and what emergency numbers are needed in different situations. The series focuses on personal appearance with a fun challenge in December, where children will learn the many ways to tie a tie and compete to see who can tie their tie the fastest.

Upcoming “How To” workshops are scheduled as follows:

All “How To” series programs will begin at 4:00 p.m. at the David Raines Branch, located at 2855 Martin Luther King, Jr. Drive, and all supplies and materials will be provided. Registration, face masks and social distancing are required for all programs. To register, visit the David Raines Branch or call (318) 222-0824.