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Strings Attached NeedleCraft Group

knitting needles and yarnJoin in the fun on Friday, May 17th at 1:30 pm in the North Channel Branch meeting room to try your hand at knitting, crocheting or other needle crafts.  Knitting needles, crochet hooks and plenty of yarn will be provided to experiment with, so come on in and try something new. 
Feel free to bring examples of projects you are working on. 

Wii Game Day

Wii game consoleCalling all Teens and Tweens! Calling all Teens and Tweens!  Assemble in the North Channel Branch Library meeting room, Wednesday, May 8, at 4:30 pm for Wii gaming and fun with friends.  Repeat, meet at 4:30 pm, May 8, in the meeting room for gaming and fun. Calling all teens and tweens!! It's time for Wii Game Day.

North Channel Book Club

The Time Keeper by Mitch AlbomTime is on no one's side.  Instead it passes by, ignoring the pleas of those who would stop it and drowning out the cries of those who would speed it along.  Mitch Albom's novel, The Time Keeper, explores that theme.  Hidden away in a cave until Heaven meets Earth, Father Time is helpless to help those whose cries he hears every moment for millennia. But now, he is about to be released and sent to help two desperate people discover the meaning of time and what it holds.

Wii Game Day!

Wii Game PlayersIt's that time again.  Meet up in the meeting room at North Channel Branch Library for Wii Game Day! Play starts at 4:30 pm, Wednesday, April 17.   Take a break from your busy school week and play a game or two with your friends.

North Channel Book Club

The Red Garden by Alice HoffmanStories of secrets, passions and loyalties connect us, their threads running through time to link the past with the present.  Alice Hoffman's novel, The Red Garden, uses these very stories to connect people in Blackwell, Massachusetts, with their past.  The immigrant starting a new life, the civil war soldier saved by a neighbor and a stranger wandering into town...their stories are both familiar and new. Each story intertwines in Blackwell, spinning a web connected by a garden where only red things grow.

Strings Attached

Crocheted Four Leaf Clover Feeling lucky?  Feeling unlucky?  No matter, you can make your own lucky charm.  Join the Strings Attached group Wednesday, March 6 at 4:30 pm in the North Channel Library meeting room to make crochet four leaf clovers.

This is the beginner's class, and string crafters of all ages are welcome to come and learn from each other. 

Tween Winter Craft @NC

Snowmen Craft  Make the winter last all year long!  Join us in the North Channel Branch Library's meeting room on Wednesday, January 30 at 4:30 pm for a tween winter craft.   We will be making snowmen using recycled materials.  This craft is recommended for students in 3rd through 6th grades and supplies will be provided.

All Aboard! @ North Channel

The Polar Express by Chris Van AllsburgGrab your ticket and jump aboard the Polar Express!

Join the festivities at North Channel Branch Library's Polar Express Extravaganza.  The train leaves the station at 4:30 pm on December 19.  Enjoy holiday crafts, games and refreshments.  This event is recommended for children ages 3 to 10 years old.  All aboard!

Puppet Pizzazz @ North Channel

Greg Ruhe, professional puppeteerNeed a quick holiday story fix?  Stop in at North Channel Branch Library where Greg Ruhe, a professional puppeteer, will be here to amaze you with shadow puppetry.  He will also show giant puppets!  Join in the fun Wednesday, at 4:30 pm in the children's area.

North Channel Book Club

Theofore Boone: The Accused by John Grisham

When the sensational murder trial of wealthy Strattenburg resident, Pete Duffy, is put on hold, rumors continue to fly. Theodore Boone soon finds himself to be the center of attention, accused of a crime he swears he did not commit.  Even as his family stands behind him and he declares his innocence, the evidence that he committed the crime seems to be mounting.

The North Channel Book Club will meet to discuss John Grisham's novel, "Theodore Boone: The Accused," on Wednesday, November 28, at 10 am in the meeting room. 

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