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Teens can play a variety of card, board, and video games!
Children and their caregivers are invited to come together at this fun story about best friends !! *Children under 10 must have a responsible person present in programs*
Teens are invited to escape the summer heat and join us with a good book. Bring your own book, knock out your summer reading, or pick one from our shelves!
This book club is for adult patrons. The group will meet on the last Saturday of each month and discuss selected books by authors of varying shades and hues. This month's pick is The House of Eve by Sadeqa Johnson. Join us as we discuss the trials and tribulations of two young ladies fighting to carve out a life better than the one they are dealt.
All ages are invited to design then build a catapult and a basketball goal that
must be the correct size to allow a ping pong ball to pass through the hoop.
Children are invited to experience math as never before! Using stories, songs, and games children will enjoy math in a fun unique way! This week we will be combining math and hopscotch! This program is for children ages 6-11.
Young patrons will learn how to navigate Library systems and the services offered to them at the Library.
You can learn how to play ukulele. All you need is the right steps and these free lessons.
This day is for movie lovers! Come see a movie on the BIG SCREEN! Feel free to bring your own snacks. On the last Saturday of each month we will do a craft too.
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.
Get familiar with how to interact with a desktop or laptop computer. If you know little or nothing about computers and want to learn more, this is the place to start!
Adults are invited to a Haiku: Craft, Community, and Common Ground, a Haiku Workshop with June Dowis. June Dowis has published over 100 Haiku in 25 publications. She is the South Region Coordinator of the Haiku Society of America. Each participant will receive their own poetry journal.
Alan Dyson is an American singer/songwriter and multidisciplinary artist. Presenting "Together/Not Together" - original songs written with esteemed and ignoble collaborators.
Join in as we engage in emotional, creative, and spiritual growth by using art as an expression tool!
Join us and learn the basics about computers. Welcome to bring your own device.