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Youth

Toddlertime September
September 16, 2021

What has four legs and green scales? A chicken?! Join Miss Jess as she reads An Extraordinary Egg, a story about three frogs and what hatches from an egg they found.

Rock N' Rhyme September Storytime
September 9, 2021

Welcome to Rock N' Rhyme! Bounce along as we learn our hello and goodbye song, as well as some fun rhymes!

Tween

First Chapter Friday: Schooled
September 10, 2021

Starting a new middle school is so much harder when you've never been to any school before! Take a listen to the first chapter of "Schooled" by Gordon Korman.

Teen

Adult

Ask a Lawyer
Ask a Lawyer
September 18, 2021 1:00 pm

Ask questions and hear answers from a lawyer in this Q&A-style event. This event will be livestreamed to Facebook, and a recording will be posted to the Library's YouTube page for all interested. To learn more and submit anonymous questions for the lawyer in advance click on the Learn More link.

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It's Vogue: A Brief History of Clothing with the DIA
It's Vogue: A Brief History of Clothing with the DIA
September 25, 2021 11:00 am

The clothing you wear can say a lot about who you are. This talk explores costuming and adornment throughout time and discover the many ways that personal, political and cultural identity is communicated through our clothing and body art.

This is a virtual program on Zoom. The link is sent to registrants only and will be sent within 24 hours of the program date and time.

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Seed Saving with Ben Cohen - Video

Learn about saving seeds from various garden vegetables with Ben Cohen from Small House Farms!

Keep Calm & Carry Yarn
Keep Calm & Carry Yarn
September 27, 2021 7:00 pm

Keep Calm & Carry Yarn is a fiber arts craft group that meets once a month to get together, chat, and make yarn or thread-based creations! Bring a project and enjoy socializing with other crafty people! Zoom information for the meeting will be send to registrants only.

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Sleuth Society Virtual Book Club
Sleuth Society Virtual Book Club
September 28, 2021 6:30 pm

Whether you're a book club veteran or new to book clubs, there's a spot for everyone as we gather around the virtual table to talk about mysteries.
This month we're discussing Claire DeWitt and the City of the Dead by Sara Gran.
This title is available electronically through Hoopla as an audiobook or ebook or physically through our library system as an audiobook, large print book, or standard print book.

Register now and you'll receive an email invitation to the online event.

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