AT THE LIBRARY
Coloring isn’t just for kids anymore. It can reduce anxiety and create focus. Come color with us. The library provides coloring pages, supplies, and refreshments. Choose the time most convenient for you.
Melody is a young girl who can't seem to pay attention in music class. Melody's music teacher sends her to the library to do extra work for class. While at the library, she finds a strange book that transports her to a land where music notes are alive!
The library invites youth and adults to participate in open mic night. This event is open to acoustic musical acts. All acts must be family-friendly and no more than ten minutes long. We will have space for ten acts. Sign up and pick up guidelines at the library. No sign-ups necessary for audience members.
Steel Appeal is a drum and percussion group from Campbellsville, Kentucky. The Steel Appeal Combo will perform for the audience and also teach about the instruments, performance techniques, and musical concepts. Bring the kids for an entertaining and hands-on learning evening. Pick up free tickets at the library. This program is sponsored by the Friends of the Library.
Artist Lavonia Olson will teach this four-week class in basic drawing. Lessons will be based on what students want to learn. Bring sketchpads if desired, or use paper provided by the library. The class will not meet on July 4. Sign up at the library or call 270-651-2824.
We will dance and move on or with many things, bubbles included! For toddlers through elementary.
Tom Sieling, widely acclaimed singer and guitar, banjo, and drum machine player from Newfield, New York, will perform a free family/children’s program called “Take a Tromp Through the Swamp!”