AT THE LIBRARY
When is the last time you had a good night's sleep? If it's been far too long, join us for this session with specialists from the T.J. Samson Sleep Disorders Center. They will discuss common causes of sleep problems and offer tips on how to get the rest you need. A box lunch will be served. Register at the library by February 19. You will be given menu options at that time.
The Mother-Daughter Book Club will be discussing More Than A Princess by E.D Baker. An original fairytale with a strong, caring and empathetic main character that celebrates goodness in all its shapes and sizes. Stop by the library for your free copy of the novel. New members are welcome. Sign up required at the Circulation Desk or call the library. Book club size is limited. Grades 3-5.
Check Out SPLAT (Superb Public Library After-school Things)! After-school at the public library; what an experience!
Minecraft is a computer game with building blocks. In the process of using these blocks to build different worlds, you will learn engineering and architecture basics. The library has several laptops and Minecraft accounts available. If you have a Minecraft account, please bring your login information. Please bring a laptop if possible. Grades 3 and up.
The ladies of Boutique Unique will provide instruction to create a beautiful and inspirational painted planter for spring. The supply cost is $10.00. Register and pay at the library by March 9. Class size is limited.
New to computers or been awhile since you used one? Come to Computer Basics and learn how to start and shut down a computer; create, save, and open a file; create a folder; and rename files and folders.
Mix and mold an aromatic and effervescent bath bomb that turns a plain bath into a spa-like soak. Lisa Smith from Drops To Live By will explain the benefits of the different essential oils available for use. All materials provided but space is limited. Sign up at the circulation desk or call 270-651-2824. For ages 10 and up.
Edie Bell will be sharing gardening tips for the spring. She will also bring plants and seeds to share with all.