Friday, November 21, 3:30-4:30 pm
Learn how to craft a simple Boho tote bag out of a pillow case that you can use to carry your things. This can also be worn as a messenger bag.
For children grades 6-12. Please register in advance.
Thursdays, 11 am – 12 pm
Learn how to set up an email account. A half-hour appointment can be made for one-on-one assistance in setting up an email account that will allow you to communicate quickly. Learn how to create an email account and send an email.
Appointments can be made at 11 am and 11:30 am. Please register in advance for this program.
Q: What do Brioche, Challah bread, Beer bread, and Cinnamon Swirl bread all have in common?
A: They are among the many types of bread you can make in order to celebrate Homemade Bread day.
Celebrate today by making, baking, and eating your very own homemade bread. Not much of a baker? Visit your local grocery store or restaurant that makes fresh bread daily (e.g. Panera Bread, Einstein Bagels, and Brueggers Bagels) and purchase a loaf or two for your home.
Here are just a few of the many books our library has on bread making. Click any image to view/ reserve the item in our online catalog.
You can find more books on how to make your own bread by clicking the link below:
Tuesday, November 18, 6-7 pm (PROGRAM IS CANCELLED)
The Office of Consumer Affairs for Summit County will be conducting a presentation on how consumers can learn to Spot and Stop Scams. It will be given by Chris Verich, Deputy Director, Office of Consumer Affairs. In the presentation How to Spot and Stop Scams, Chris will talk about advance fee scams, investment fraud, identity fraud, foreign lottery scams, and other con artist favorites of those targeting consumers. Attendees will learn how to spot a con artist, deal with robocalls, protect your identity, and why it is important to order a credit report regularly. Please register in advance for this program.
Friday, November 14, 3:30pm
Join us for movie and a snack.
Please register in advance for this program.
If you’re interested in reviewing some new cookbooks that could be a match for your own personal cooking style, consider the following titles.
Make Ahead Preparation
Make It Ahead by Ina Garten
Quick Weekday Meal Preparation
How to Cook Everything Fast by Mark Bittman
Dinner Parties/ Entertaining
Marcus Off Duty by Marcus Samuelsson
Healthy and Wholesome Meals
The Skinnytaste Cookbook by Gina Homolka
Request a copy of the cookbook that matches your style, and let us know what you think.
All Library locations will be closed Tuesday, November 11, Staff Development Day.
Today celebrates the 45th anniversary of television show, Sesame Street, the children’s program that educates children through singing, puppetry, film clips, and skits. The show first premiered on this day in 1969 and 45 years later Sesame Street has been coined one of the longest running, successful children’s shows to date.
As a result of the programs success, the show has managed to feature many celebrity appearances such as, Maya Angelou, Beyonce, Michelle Obama, Steve Carrell, Jim Carrey, and One Direction, just to name a few. In addition to the occasional celebrity appearances, the show spotlights a well known cast of puppets including, Ernie, Bert, Grover, Oscar the Grouch, the Cookie Monster, Big Bird, and Mr. Snuffleupagus. Together, the cast make it a duty to ultimately educate children on the different learning concepts, such as color, number, and letters.
Below are Sesame Street books and movies that are offered through our library . Click any image to view/ reserve the item in our online catalog:
Find more Sesame Street themed materials in our online catalog by clicking the link below:
Monday, November 10, 6-7 pm
Make an age-old fascinating toy called Jacob’s Ladder.
Please register is advance for this program.