Join us for an Adult Craft Class in which we will create some beautiful cherry blossom branches for spring! We will look at the theme of cherry blossoms in art from Japanese printmakers through the Impressionists and then create some of our own. We will provide you with tissue paper and inspiration images and some Japanese treats! You will also need a couple of (real) branches, scissors and liquid glue or glue gun.
Join us for two programs in April!
On April 6th at 7:00 pm, we’re offering Homesteading Skills: Garden Organizing. The first steps in gardening are being organized and having a plan. Once you have a way to be organized and keep track of your garden, then it’s time to get your hands dirty. But where do you start? How do you get organized and keep records? Join Kristin White, aka Chicken Librarian, to find out! She’ll share her garden organization tips and tricks on how she’s maintained her garden for several years.
Then on April 13th at 7:00, we are offering Homesteading Skills: Making Beeswax Food Covers. Have you wanted to ditch plastic but still use plastic wrap? Have you thought about making your own food covers but don’t know where to start? Join Kristin White, aka Chicken Librarian, as she shows you how to make your own food covers, where to purchase supplies, and how to get started with ditching the plastic wrap once and for all.
We invite you to visit our online events calendar to view our full list of programs for the month of August. We hope you can join us! (Painting by Cristina Bondoc through our Library Art Classes)
Join us on Tuesday, March 30th, at 2:00 pm for The Story of We The People! A museum educator will guide you through our 250-year constitutional timeline, as you journey from the period before the American Revolution right up to present day.
Looking for your next read and some lively literary discussion? Why not join our next Adult Book Discussion Group! Wednesday March 17 at 3 we will discuss The Nickel Boys by Colson Whitehead. New members are always welcome! We are still via Zoom, but hope to be outside soon. Details and registration on our website
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