October 7, 2023
3704 Greenwood Road
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Want to see the world? Come explore the world with the Earth Cam!
Children and their caregivers are invited to love the world at this fun Earth Day story time !! *Children under 10 must have a responsible person present in programs*
This book club is for adult patrons and discusses books by authors of varying shades and hues.
This month's selected book is "On the Rooftop" by Margaret Wilkerson Sexton. It tells the story of a mother who has dreams of stardom for her three musical daughters, but the four don't share the same vision.
All adults are welcome to join us for BINGO! Come socialize and play with your chance to win prizes!
Children are invited to experience math as never before! Using stories, songs, and games children will enjoy math in a fun unique way! This month's theme is Time! This program is for children ages 6-10.
In honor of Earth Day, children are invited to create their own Crayon artwork!
Young patrons will learn how to navigate the Library systems and the services offered to them at the Library. Ages 6-11.
Come enjoy fellowship, a homemade treat, and coffee and check out a good book or magazine.
This day is for movie lovers! Come see a movie on the BIG SCREEN! Feel free to bring your own snacks. On the last Saturday of each month we will do a craft too.
You can learn how to play ukulele. All you need is the right steps and these free lessons.
Come to the Oil City branch and examine our Poinsettia it has grown quite a bit over the years, we are letting our patrons come up with a name for it and on Thursday, April 27th the first name we draw out of the box wins!
Join us as we "D.O.T." (Do One Thing) to fight climate change.