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North Shreveport Branch will be collecting photos of military personnel the month of October to be displayed on the November Freedom Tree. These photos can be of present or former military personnel. Photos can be brought by the branch or sent by email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
John Noble Wilford's classic book The Mysterious History of Columbus addresses the mythology, drills down to the real truth and explores the many questions that have grown up around Christopher Columbus' amazing life. Join us to discuss where fact and fiction collide.
Register and join our sewing and Cricut classes. They are taught by Mrs. Ellen, an experienced and skillful team member of the library.
Adults can come out and decorate a plate for fall. Supplies included. Limited space is available.
Brain teaser puzzles to test your intellect. Test your skills on a fortune teller.
Come play a game to determine the course of an adventurous trip man went through with two beloved giraffes that came west during the Depression in order to outrun the threat of extinction
Come and enjoy a new hobby. You can learn new Cricut designs and sewing tips while having a great time at your local Library.
Citizens are encouraged to join us and learn about your voting rights and the importance of voting.
Adults are invited to come create a paper craft honoring Frida Kahlo, one of the best-known artists of the 20th century. We will be making a die cut portrait surrounded by paper flowers of the artist as part of our celebration of her amazing legacy and Hispanic Heritage Month!
Black and White Movie Time For Adults/YA
Looking for balance and peace? Learn how to start your day with meditation and calmness. With Tai Chi, discover other benefits too.
Now that you've finished Season Four of Stranger Things, join us for trivia! Compete with friends and family for bragging rights, or simply test your knowledge of the hit Netflix series. This prorgam is for ages 15 and up. You must bring your smart phone or tablet to compete. No registration required.
Join us for Adventures in Crochet! Bring your own project or start one with us! No experience necessary. Basic supplies provided.
The Participants will create a craft out of the tower wood game with the use of calendar pictures and make magnets. Registration is Required.
Nothing strenuous, but a chair exercise designed to get the body moving and the blood flowing. Ages 18+
Register and join our Cricut classes. They are taught by Mrs. Ellen, an experienced and skillful team member of the library.
Come and enjoy a new hobby. You can learn new Cricut designs and sewing tips while having a great time at your local Library. REGISTRATION REQUIRED!
Please contact the Information Services Department for more information or to register for this class.
Let's end the cycle of domestic violence. Join us for our Domestic Violence and Mental Health Fair Awareness program featuring Kimberly Danforth Conley from Project Celebration Inc. Let's work together developing more empathy for others and more self-compassion for yourself! Ages: 19+
The participants will choose to work on computer skills at their own pace. They will be able to get assistance as they work on their computer goals. Registration required.
Participants will discuss and share recipes. We will go over how to do a budget meal under $10.00. We will also discuss and review holiday cookbooks in the library.
Students will gain an basic understanding of Microsoft Excel and its
potential uses. Registration required. Geared towards adults.
Adults are invited to join us for fun crafts on the first Friday of every month. This month we are making whimsical Halloween wreaths using an unexpected base: pizza pans. No registration required for this program.
Cost efficient and recycling ways to make neat accessories and more.
Find yourself loving yarn and the easy crafts that can be made. Try your hand at this simple craft of weaving. God's Eye
Join us for a fun craft! We will be making a sign to decorate your home for Halloween! All supplies are provided. Registration required. Geared towards adults.
Adults are invite to come out and play a fun and challenging game of Mexican Train Dominoes. Let's see who will be the first to lay down all of their dominoes!
Please join the Ark-La-Tex Genealogical Society for their monthly meeting. Free and open to the public. Option to become a member is available.
Join us in the Large Meeting Room for a follow-up to the Beginners' Genealogy Class. We will emphasizing basic sources of information for Genealogical research. Individual assistance will be provided as time permits.
Join us for a fun craft! Crafters will create autumn flowers from pinecones. All supplies provided. Registration required. This program is for adults.
Bring the while family to kick off the fall season at this FREE event celebrate with carnival games, music, crafts, Fear Factor for teens, and a "Mad Science Laboratory," You can even make your own spectacular wand with our Maker Mobile Lab!
Join us monthly for the Fiction Book Club, facilitated by Laura Flett. This month they will be reading The Red Daughter by John Burnham Schwartz.
These books are chosen to inspire personal growth.
In honor of Hispanic Heritage Month, join us for a fun craft! Participants will paint and decorate Day of the Dead themed figurines. All supplies are provided and registration is required. This program is geared towards adults.
Participants will do art journaling. Beginners will start their journey and previous participants will continue their art journaling adventures and learn more skills. All supplies provided. Registration required.
Adults will learn basic keyboarding and how to use the mouse. They will also be introduced to several basic keyboarding sites! Ages: 19+
Join us to watch an uplifting true-life story of Jeremy Camp.
Each year, Shreve Memorial Library’s One Book One Parish campaign unites Caddo Parish by promoting one book title throughout Shreve Memorial Library’s 21 branches during the month of October. The public was given an opportunity to select and the winning title is West with Giraffes by Lynda Rutledge. Join us for a viewing of Episode One of Ken Burns' The Dust Bowl in honor of this year's selection.
Adults are invited to join us to play traditional Hispanic and Latinx games, including lotería and dominoes, as part of the Hispanic Heritage Month festivities.
Join us for a paint party! Participants will paint either a jack o'lantern or a pumpkin. Display your painting for Halloween or Fall. All supplies are provided. Registration required. Geared towards adults.
Everyone has a story to tell. Here’s your chance to get it on paper and share with your family. This introductory workshop is free to the public and will be led by LSU-S Professor, Laura Fleet. Participants will write segments about their life and read them aloud to others to receive feedback on each piece.
You are invited to join us to close out Hispanic Heritage Month. We will show the Disney film "Coco" and have games and activities for all ages to enjoy.
Join us for a fun hour of Bingo!
Bring your works-in-progress and questions to Twisted Stitchers. All yarn & needle crafts & all skill levels welcome! Please contact the Information Services Department for more information or to register for this class.
Red River Readers Bookclub reads and discusses a variety of fiction and non-fiction selections. Join us this month to discuss the 2022 One Book One Parish Selection: West with Giraffes by Lynn Rutledge.
Are you interested in learning Spanish or practicing your Spanish skills with others? Gilda Rada, an English/Spanish writer & translator, will be here to give a Spanish lesson.
Join us monthly for the Grounds for Murder Book Club. Each month we will select a murder/mystery themed book. This month's book will be selected during the September meeting.
Many people may not know that Social Media has become an excellent tool for Genealogy research. There are many websites available for genealogical internet research that may be used at home or on mobile devices. Join us to discover how social media can help in the search for your family history.
Adults are invited to join us in celebration of One Book One Parish Giraffe Paint Party!! Registration is required. Space is limited. You may call the branch or register in person.
Join us for a fun craft! Participants will paint fall glasses with a pumpkin or fall color scheme. Registration Required.
As part of SML’s One Book, One Parish, adults and teens are invited to paint a sassy, whimsical giraffe celebrating the selected book, West With Giraffes. No painting experience required. All supplies, directions and guidance will be provided. Registration is required. Limited to 10 participants. Please register at the branch or call 674-8172.
This year’s One Book One Parish winner is "West with Giraffes" by Lynda Rutledge! Adults can attend a Giraffe Paint Party in honor of this book! All materials needed will be provided. Ages: 19+
Enjoy the sounds of the Shreveport Symphony Orchestra at an outdoor concert on Saturday, October 22nd at the Broadmoor Branch. Enjoy the sounds of the string quartet from your vehicle or picnic outside! The show begins at 3:00 p.m.
Fun prizes or treats are waiting for adults to find when they poke their finger or hands through the tissue paper wrapped cups. There are endless possibilities for prizes and treats that could be tucked inside too!
Everyone has a story to tell. Here’s your chance to get it on paper and share with your family. LSUS Professor Laura Flett will teach us how to write a memoir in this fun, interactive workshop.
All are welcome! Join us each month for a new queer happily every after! This month we will be reading "Witch Please" by Ann Aguirre. Please contact the Information Services Department for more information.
Join us for a demonstration on prop making and the supplies to use on starting out.
We will present the history of a handful of the oldest graveyards located in Caddo Parish. They were started in the mid-1800's in Shreveport and in rural Caddo. We will have a PowerPoint presentation with images of the graves.
West With Giraffes is a historical fiction that captures a story of travel, hardship and love.
Whether you are a beginner or have been scrapbooking for a while, bring some pictures of somewhere you have traveled, and create a scrapbook page that reflects your story. Supplies will be furnished. Registration is required.
Please have pictures ready or make any copies necessary a head of time.
The participants will work on their computer skills at their own pace. They will be able to get assistance as they work on their computer skills. Registration required.
Adults, join us for Tea Talk where we’ll discuss our 2022 One Book One Parish book West With Giraffes by Lynda Rutledge.
Louisiana State Bar Association (LSBA) is hosting its 9th annual Lawyers in Libraries events. With the help of Louisiana's librarians and the LSBA's Access to Justice staff, volunteer attorneys will provide library patrons with brief, limited legal services and resources at no charge. Sign up is required. Each session is no more than fifteen minutes. Sign up at the branch or by calling 674-8172.