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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.
Do you love the Avengers movies? Teens ages 12 & 13 are invited to come and celebrate your love for all things Avengers with a DIY Mason Jar Avengers craft.
Adult Coloring, Children and YA welcome. Word Search, Puzzles, and Tons of fun.
Families are invited to come over to the Gilliam Library and watch a movie throughout the month of July for lots of family fun!
Teens are welcome to join us for Maker Mania Monday and stretch their creative muscles with craft making, painting, etc.
Join us for the hoopla Book Club. This month we'll be reading The Museum of Modern Love by Heather Rose
Join Shreve Memorial Library in celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month. Children are invited to a Hispanic Heritage Month celebration, filled with games and activities. Ages 6-11.
During this cold time of year, the Mooretown meeting room is the perfect place for the kids to unwind and have fun. Movies are shown as well as Arts & Crafts and games.
Hey Now Hooping provides an interactive hooping program that starts with a circus-style hoop performance and includes: learning all about hoops and hooping, storytelling, and interactive hooping time for everyone. The program concludes with an exciting LED light hoop dance performance. All ages are welcome.
Register and join our sewing classes. They are taught by Mrs. Ellen, an experienced and skillful team member of the library.
SIGN-UP FOR A FREE LIBRARY CARD THIS MONTH AT THE OIL CITY BRANCH WE WOULD LOVE TO SEE YOU!
National Hispanic Heritage month story time come and go!
Please join us for a dramatic reconstruction of an actual event "The 15:17 to Paris" PG-13
Join us as we create "Ojo de dios" English translated " God's eye" which symbolizes protection, good health and fortune. An ojo is a physical representation of a prayer which was believed to be originated in Jalisco, Mexico. This is a craft that has surpassed time. Hope to see there!
Join us and learn to play Cribbage. Cribbage is an Old English card game.