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We will be celebrating the season by making a paper plate spider web. We will also be reading The Spider and the Fly by Mary Howitt and other selected stories.
Class attendees will be instructed on how to navigate and use the Find A Grave website, to include registering for an online account, conducting varies searches and how to add a memorial. Please RSVP with the Genealogy Department.
Teens (12 - 18 years old) are invited to share their programming ideas and help with program preparation at our Teen Advisory Board. This program will provide attending teens an hour of volunteer work.
All are welcome! Join us each month for a new queer happily ever after! This month we will be reading "Dead Collections" by Isaac Fellman. Please contact the Information Services Department for more information.
Get ready for Halloween with a showing of Ghostbusters!
Learn the basics of using the internet. This series of classes is for patrons with little to no experience with computers.
Join us for One Book One Parish, where library patrons are encouraged to all read and discuss the same book. This year's selection is "Nobody's Magic" by Destiny O. Birdsong.
Teens are invited to unwind and play a variety of card games and board games, etc. Ages 12-18.
Please join us for Pajama storytime! Details to come soon.
Medicare representative Windy Thomas will be presenting the A, B, C, & D's of Medicare. She will talk about things such as when to enroll in Medicare, health plan coverage choices, prescription drug plans, and much more.
Teens are invited to have an open discussion with their peers about teen life, the joys and the struggles they face. Ages 12-18.
Theme: Werewolf Riddle
Love solving puzzles? Take a chance on these sessions with fun hands on activities to help you solve the puzzle and gain a prize!
Imaginary monsters, giggling ghosts and crazy creatures abound in this family-friendly Halloween Show!!
Introduction to crochet.
Rhymes, songs, bounces, and books are just right for your little one! Build a foundation for lifelong reading and learning with this engaging story time!
Welcome to the place where FUN and LEARNING collide!!!!
Babies through preschoolers will enjoy a visit with children's author and firefighter, Adam MacDaniels as he shares his book and teaches basic fire safety.
Even if you've never touched a computer before and haven't a clue what they can do, this class will help you become comfortable with using one. This program is designed for adults.
Teens and Tweens are invited to join us in preparation for Dia de los Muertos by learning to make Pan de Muerto! This will be a demonstration only.
Imaginary monsters, giggling ghosts and crazy creatures abound in this perfect show for the Halloween season. Will Stuck, professional storyteller, presenter, and entertainer will perform some Not So Scary Stories.
Do you have what it takes to escape from the secret room to save Ms. West? You and your team have 45 minutes to solve the puzzles and clues to make your fair escape! Everything you need is in the room, it's up to you solve the puzzles and find the key. Sign up for a time slot with your team.
Join us to meet Attorney Felicia Hamilton to talk about your legal needs.
Join us as we watch a halloween classic from the popular author R. L. Stine. Goosebumps is one that the whole family can enjoy, hope to see you there!
Join us and test your knowledge of all things scary. Have fun and win prizes.