January 12, 2024
409 Charles St.
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We will be reading books by Brian Lies, who will be a guest at the Children's Book Festival this month.
Little Bat Up All Day and Rough Patch.
Teens (12 - 18 years old) are invited to celebrate Cartoonist Day by creating their own comic strip. Supplies will be provided. Just bring your art skills and imagination !
Please contact the Information Services Department for more information or to register for this class.
Are you interested in a learning a new computer skill or honing existing ones? Then join our free computer classes! Adults will learn basic to advanced computer skills and techniques. Each class will include an introductory lesson and a scheduled follow-up session on the computer with an instructor. For more info, please contact us @ (318) 868-3890.
Teens are invited to bejewel cowboy hats and DIY discoball to their hearts' content, with western themed background for making TikToks!
Are you interested in learning Spanish or practicing your Spanish skills with others? Gilda Rada, English/Spanish writer & translator, will lead the classes.
Teens ages 12-17 are invited to join us to play games, listen to music, & hang out! Along the way you'll think, you'll laugh, you'll learn. and you'll have fun.
Teens are invited to unwind and play a variety of card games and board games, etc. Ages 12-18.
Please join us for Pajama storytime! This month's theme is "End of School" We will be sharing books all about getting out of school and summertime adventures. Children are invited to enjoy stories, songs and create kid-friendly crafts! Pajama storytime is an evening program for families with children of all ages. Children are invited to come in their pajamas and bring their favorite stuff animals!
Teen patrons will play bingo while being educated on LUPUS in recognition of Lupus Awareness month. Ages 12-18
Rhymes, songs, bounces, and books are just right for your little one! Build a foundation for lifelong reading and learning with this engaging story time!
Looking for balance and peace? Learn how to start your day with meditation and calmness. With Tai Chi, discover other benefits too.
Welcome to the place where FUN and LEARNING collide!!!!
You can learn how to play the guitar. All you need are the right steps and these free lessons.
Babies through preschoolers will enjoy this interactive storytime all about the garden. Dirt included!
Teens and tweens can celebrate Asian and Pacific Islander Heritage month by joining us in painting different flowers and animals that have significant meaning in the different cultures found in these regions. Registration required. Please register at the branch or by calling 674-8172.
Adults will take to canvas to celebrate Mother's Day and our Sunflower Campaign.
Join us for story time all week long. We will be reading various authors that are to be featured at the Children Book Festival. Hope to see you there!