Art Workshop

Painting-abstractTeens: Join us for an art workshop! Because March is Women’s History Month and Youth Art Month, we are doing workshops honoring women artists. On Friday, March 17, at 3:00 pm, we will talk about the art of Helen Frankenthaler and then do watercolor paintings in Ms. Frankenthaler’s American abstract expressionist style. [Image ©2017 Vital Imagery Ltd.]

Back to Basics

computers

Next week’s computer classes will be all about the basics. Las clases de computación de la semana que viene van a ser muy básicas.
Monday, 3/13, 5-7 pm, Internet básico (español)
Tuesday, 3/14, 5-7 pm, Internet basics (English y español)
Wednesday, 3/15, 5-7 pm, Bases de correo electrónico (español)
Thursday, 3/16, 5-7 pm, Email basics (English y español)
Saturday, 3/18, 2-4 pm, Computación básica (español)
Friday, 3/17, 2-4 pm, the Technology Specialist will be available for individual help.
It is not necessary to register. No es necesario inscribirse.
[Image ©2017 Vital Imagery Ltd.]

Happy Birthday, Dr. Seuss!

In honor of Dr. Seuss’s 113th birthday, the library will be hosting a special Read Across America event on March 2 from 4:00-6:00 pm.  Join us and play wacky games, try to guess how many goldfish are in a jar,  make green eggs and ham cookies and fish lollipops, and have all kinds of fun!.Green eggs and ham

Easy Volunteer Project!

Volunteers neededWhether you’re a student who needs volunteer hours or an adult who has some spare time, we could really use your help the week of March 13-18.  Three weeks per year, we have to count every person that walks in our front door.  It’s really difficult to watch the door and serve our customers at the same time.  So, we would love to have some volunteers to just sit where they can see the door and make marks on a tally sheet whenever someone walks in.  It’s easy for you and extremely helpful to us.  If you’re interested in helping, just let a staff member know what days of the week and hours of the day you will come.  The staff would really appreciate you!

Black History Movie of the Week

Please join us this Friday, February 24, from 2:30-4:30 pm, for this week’s Black History movie. On December 1, 1955, a brave Alabama woman refused to give up her seat on a city bus and was arrested as a result. In response, for over 12 months, the local African-American population refused to use the city bus system. Come and witness the events that brought Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. to the forefront of the American Civil Rights movement.