Join us for the Friends of the Library book discussion group! August's selection is "Luncheon of the Boating Party" by Susan Vreeland. Copies of book discussion selections are available to check out at the library while supplies last.
Join us for the Friends of the Library book discussion group! July's selection is "The Hundred-Foot Journey" by Richard Morais. Copies of book discussion selections are available to check out at the library while supplies last.
From moreloveletters.com “...is a global organization using the power of social media to write and mail letters to strangers all over the world. Not-for-profit, and completely mission driven, we let anyone nominate someone in need of a love letter bundle. We pick the stories that resonate, you get the chance to write a letter and mail it in. The task is small, but the impact is greater than you can imagine.” Drop in & write a letter to someone who needs a pick-me-up via these guided writing sessions.
Drop-in for guided exploration of “maker” items from the library’s circulating collection. Enjoy robotic challenges, coding and games.
Wednesday, July 19, 2017 - 5:30pm to 7:00pm
Have you ever considered eating more whole foods in their raw state but find yourself feeling like you might be bored? Check out these "cooking" classes featuring the raw food diet where whole foods are prepared to create great taste and delicious flavor combinations - all without cooking. Learn how you can give your body maximum nutrients while still enjoying your food. These summer raw "cooking" classes will be hands on and you will get to eat what you make. In the first class, we will make a soup and a salad. In the second class, we will make a main entree and in the third, we will make a dessert. Presented by Brenda Block, Certified Integrative Nutrition Health Coach.
Local artist Tanya Schwartz-Roeper shares the fascinating process of making paper, including several creative techniques, resulting in one-of-a-kind sheets of paper, or 3-D projects. Through these entirely hands-on workshops, all participants produce at least one (usually many more!) paper creation to be treasured or gifted.