AT THE LIBRARY
Teens and tweens will have the option to create a design that fits our monthly theme or a design of their own using heat fusible beads. A variety of patterns and supplies are provided to create this free craft. Participants will be able to take completed projects home. This month’s theme is Mario.
Learn how to grow a butterfly-friendly garden. Edie Bell will bring plants and seeds to share to attract these beautiful and important pollinators to your garden.
This month we will be dissecting owl pellets (the mass of undigested parts of a bird’s food that some bird species occasionally regurgitate). We will learn about nature’s food cycle, and we will be providing gloves. For 3rd-6th graders. Registration is required due to limited space and supplies.
Meet together with other local writers for manuscript critique and for support. Prepare a five-minute section of a manuscript to read, then receive comments from group members with the aim of strengthening your writing. Please bring copies of your selected pages for group members. Open to adult authors of all genres.
Join us for a movie night and Peeps taste testing at the library! While you’re watching Wonka (rated PG) you can check out our Peeps taste test station--try exotic flavors of Peeps and vote for your favorite!
Join fellow yarn enthusiasts for an evening of knitting and crocheting. This group is for fellowship and support. A starter kit may be made available for interested beginners in either craft. Snacks will be provided.
Participate in a craft the library will provide, or bring a project you are working on from home. The group will craft and enjoy each other’s company. This month’s craft is a spring egg carton flower wreath. Register at the library or online.
Create a beautiful seascape with glass and shells. Instructor Sherry Wheeler will provide all supplies, but you are also welcome to bring your own shells. The frames provided will be 8x10. If you prefer a different frame, you may bring your own. Student cost is $30. Register and pay at the library beginning February 26. Wear close-toed shoes as you will be working with glass pieces. Class limit: 20.