All Library locations will be closed Saturday, July 4, Independence Day.
Wednesday, July 1
Join us as we watch a teenager band together with a rag-tag group of characters in order to save their world — and ours.
Tuesday, June 30 6-7:30 pm
***PROGRAM CANCELLED DUE TO SHORTAGE OF LAVENDER PLANTS***
Braid ribbon through strands of fresh lavender from Miss Bobbie’s garden to make a Victorian era “wand” for your bedside or linen drawer. Lavender repels moths and is also used for relaxation in aromatherapy.
Please register in advance for this program.
The Nature Connect table in our library features different things from nature for the patron to look closely at, smell, touch and appreciate. Currently, there is a leftover stalk of romaine lettuce that is showing its power to grow again (pictured above).
If you would like to learn how to grow plants from discarded parts of fruits and vegetables, then check out Grow It Again by Elizabeth MacLeod. This book offers many projects using discarded vegetable parts. In addition, it includes recipes and crafts as well as information on the historic nature of different plants.
So next time you have a discarded part of a fruit or vegetable don’t THROW IT, GROW IT!
Old Date: Thursday, June 25
New Date: Thursday, July 2
Join in the fast and furious fun of competitive sport stacking. We’ll compete in individual sequences, doubles, and the individual against the clock. If we have enough participants we can try a relay event.
For grades 6-12. Please call the branch to sign up in advance.
Wednesday, June 24
Join us for some hands on fun with reptiles.
This program is open to all ages. Space is limited, please register in advance.