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Beginners Canasta

Conference Room 208 & Learning Commons

Dates: Thursdays 5/4-6/1 Time: 1-3p Age Group: Adults 18+ Program Location: Conference Room - 208 & Learning Commons Description:  Learn to play Canasta! Explore the rules, strategies and scoring in an informative, fun, hands-on environment. We will begin with the basics and quickly move to supervised play. Come alone or with

Slime Time – Drop In


Dates: Thursday 5/18 Time: 4:30-5p Age Group: Grades 1-6 Click here for Grades K-2 Click here for Grades 3-5 Program Location: STEAM Lab Description:  Welcome to the Slime Factory! Each month, we'll make a new and different slime while reading slime stories and discussing how slime works! All Covid protocols will

Anxiety & Your Child

Shanis Auditorium AND StoryLab (Children's Library)

Date: Thursday 5/18 Time: 6-7p Age Group: Adults & Their Children in grades K-6 Program Location: Shanis Auditorium & StoryLab Description: Trends in recent years show an increase in anxiety in kids. They are experiencing more pressure and continuing to recover from the prolonged mental health effects of COVID. We

Hurricane Ida & Tornado Survivors’ Group

Conference Room - 208

Date: Thursday 5/18 Time: 6:30-8p Age Group: Adults Location: Conference Room - 208 Description: Open to all tornado and Hurricane Ida survivors to meet and share their storm recovery experiences.  The trauma from a natural disaster can be long lasting and difficult to overcome. Many of our neighbors and loved


Crafting Lab – Evening Session


Dates: Thursdays Time: 6:30-8:30p Age Group: Adults 18+ Program Format: In-person in the STEAM Lab Description: Bring a new or ongoing project and sew, knit or crochet along with fellow crafters. Crafters can use the library's equipment including sewing machines, notions, and irons, but are encouraged to bring their own fabric,