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Michael Futreal of the trio Twang Darkly will perform and speak on his musical influences and instruments in "Appalachian Music of Future Days and Distant Past" this summer.
This story time is designed especially for babies (newborn to 18 months) and their caregivers featuring songs, rhymes, bounces, and stories. Older siblings are welcome to join and are encouraged to bring their own “baby” stuffed animal. *Children under 10 must have a responsible person present in programs*
Please contact the Information Services Department for more information or to register for this class.
Children in grades 1-5 are invited to unleash their creativity by making colorful rainbow scratch art!
Preschool ages 3-5 are invited to a special Friendship In Music storytime. Children will make new friends while making music together! Bring your preschoolers to hear music stories, dance, and make a music craft to take home.
Patrons are invited to play a variety of fun board games, such as Uno, Sorry, Bingo and more!
Participants will learn how to use free databases or apps to help develop their data entry skills. Registration required.
Children are invited to join us for stories, songs, and crafts! Today we will be celebrating Father's Day. We will be celebrating all men who are filling in the role of "father!" This program is for families with children 2-5.
Join us for a fun magic show with DAT does the Trick. Dat is back with new magic tricks and balloon animals!
Teens and tweens are invited to join us for our first Silent Book Club! Bring your own books or select from our collection! Meet new people who love to read!
Mix it all together now! Adults are invited to learn how to make no cook salsa with retried head chef Jacquelyn Caskey. Ages: 19+
Everyone needs a little encouragement every now and then. Children are invited to create a kindness jar. All ages invited.
At the Shreve Memorial Library, adults will learn to use Cricut to make personalized tote bags.
Whether you're just starting out or an experienced at crochet, this is the class for you! The projects will wow you and enhance your skills
Children and teens ages 18 and younger may join us for a free, nutritious summer meal. The summer meal program is sponsored by the Food Bank of Northwest Louisiana. This institution is an equal opportunity provider.
Use your creative engine to design and build your imagination!
Come join us for coffee and visit with friends and neighbours.
In this program, children will learn some interesting facts about native animals of Louisiana and will meet a live Eastern Screech Owl, a Western Hog Nose Snake, and a Three-toed Box Turtle.
Come to beginners yoga and do some posture-based physical fitness, stress-relief and relaxation techniques. Please bring your own mat, water and towel (if needed).
Please don't eat before class, if you do choose to consume food make it a lite meal 1 to 2 hours before session starts.