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Come by the Belcher Branch and pick up your booklet on # Adulting.
Join us at the Belcher Library during the month of May (Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays at 3:30pm) to hear a story book by one of the Children's Book Festival's featured authors, Jennifer L. Holm. You will hear either 'The Evil Princess vs. The Brave Knight' or The Evil Princess vs. The Brave Knight Take Turns'. You will also make a crown to wear home.
Teens are invited to make tile art by decorating ceramic tiles with us !
Part 2 surveys Freedmen’s Bank records, military records and special sources for African American family history. The case history of Presley Robinson, a veteran of the United States Colored Troops who lived in Shreveport after the Civil War illustrates the wealth of information that may be available for your ancestors. Contact the Genealogy Department for more information.
Join us monthly for the Grounds for Murder Book Club. Each month we will select a murder/mystery themed book. This month they will be reading "Every Last Fear" by Alex Finlay.
Are you getting ready to start your first summer job? Prepping to go away to college and trying to avoid the broke college student lifestyle? Just want to learn more about the kind of lifeskills that people brag about with #adulting? Representatives from Regions Bank will be here to talk about the financial literacy skills you need! Examples of topics we will cover include budgeting, saving, and generally building your financial know-how.
The 7 Pillars of Adulting
Join us for this fun craft! Participants will craft suncatchers using plastic beads. Registration required. Geared towards adults.
Teens are invited to watch a movie every Tuesday afternoon.
5/3 : Drumline (2002)
5/10: Stomp The Yard (2007)
5/17: Space Jam : A new legacy (2021)
5/24: You Got Served (2004)
Let’s get ready for Summer! There are Oceans of Possibilities for exciting activities at the library this summer! This week we will explore some of these possibilities with stories, crafts, and other activities. We will end with a Pirate Scavenger Hunt!
Pajama time is an evening program for families with children of all ages. Children are invited to come in their pajamas and bring stuff animals. We provide resources to satisfy their curiosity, explore topics of personal interest and encourage children to continue to learn throughout their lives.
Join us for the movie "Mysterious Ways" This movie is thought provoking and inspirational. Ages 19+
Hey, did you know that our universe is stretching out in all directions? It's true! Every since the universe began about 13.8 billion years ago, it's been stretching out and expanding. Let make space slime and take a stretch-break!
Ages: (12 -18)
Come join us for a movie and a craft!
Come and enjoy a new hobby. You can learn new Cricut designs and sewing tips while having a great time at your local Library.
Babies through preschoolers are invited to a hands-on STEM centered playtime at North Shreve!
All Ages -- We are drawing and coloring pictures of your favorite trees and leaves, and reading about the history of trees. All materials provided.
Kids ages 3-10 will enjoy an interactive story and enjoy a craft