AT THE LIBRARY
This modified yoga workout is perfect for those with physical limitations and for beginners. Beshka Moore returns as the instructor. Call or stop by the library to sign up.
Create using electronic circuits in the Youth Department throughout the week of May 8. An electric car or a musical doorbell are a few of the many circuits available to make. For all school aged youth.
Enjoy this two-part design project. Day 1 will involve printing a pattern, and on Day 2 you will over-dye. Jacqueline Berry is the instructor for this unique project. The supply cost is $8.00. Register at the library by Tuesday, April 25. Dyes will stain, so wear protective clothing.
This is a great opportunity for science fiction and fantasy fans to discover new authors, some of whom are local. Attending authors include Brad Botts, J. C. Morrows, Terry Maggert, and Laura VonArendonk Baugh. The authors will have books for sale.
Learn to produce stop motion animation at the library. Using free apps and library iPads, we’ll create movies with props we design. We will also have LEGOs and other objects to animate, but feel free to bring in your own toys or other items to help bring your vision to the screen. Space is limited so registration is required at the Circulation Desk, or phone 270-651-2824. For ages 9 to 18.
Take a mid-week cinematic break. This month we will be showing Passengers. Two passengers on a spacecraft traveling to a distant planet are brought out of suspended animation by a technical glitch—90 years before the vessel is due to reach its destination. Rated PG-13; 116 min.
During this two-day workshop (second session to be held June 15) students learn to weave a basket over a mold, precisely prepare rims, and attach a beautifully hand-carved oak handle. Recommended for intermediate to advanced level weavers. Registration and fee of $148 are due by May 2. Make checks payable to GH Productions. Bring a sack lunch.