Our popular gardening series returns, presented by master gardeners.
March 30: Spring gardening - help to do it the right way.
Knitters and Crocheters, unite! Ages 10 to Adult. This friendly drop-in group has no instructor, though volunteers will help beginners who have some basic knowledge. First-timers should bring a light colored yarn and either a size J or K crochet hook or size 10 or larger knitting needles. Meets on the following Saturdays from 11 am – 1 pm
- April 11 and 25
- May 16 and 30
Do you need help communicating with your doctor, understanding your prescriptions, or figuring out which online information is trustworthy? How do you decide who and what to believe when it all seems to keep changing? Learn how to get the information you need to make informed decisions about your healthcare and lifestyle. Presented by community health educator Esther McCormick, in partnership with the National Kidney Foundation.
Wednesday, April 15, 6 – 8 pm
Our quarterly Open Mic Poetry night is a blast! Don’t miss your chance to read or listen this time around. If you’re ready to slam, bring 2 pieces or five minutes’ worth of work to share. Ages 12 through adult are welcome to read poetry aloud, enjoy light refreshments, listen and be inspired. Celebrate our amazing local talent during National Poetry Month!
Lawrence Witt was a devoted family man, a faithful Ford employee, and an avid gardener. Yet, for long decades, no one knew his story.
A witch tasks a childless baker and his wife with procuring magical items from classic fairy tales to reverse the curse put on their family tree.
Starring Meryl Streep, James Corden & Emily Blunt, Rated PG, 120 min.
ESCAPE THE ORDINARY
Adult Summer Reading: June 29-August 8
Registration begins the week of June 22 with Superhero-themed summer reading clubs for all ages: babies, kids, teens and adults. Come join the fun and MARVEL at everything we have happening!
Adults, don’t miss out on the fun! Read and review books to win prizes and challenge yourself!
Our knowledgeable staff teaches free sessions on the following topics: Introduction to Computers, Get Started with E-Mail, Internet Basics, Introduction to Microsoft Word, Excel or Powerpoint, and Intermediate Windows Skills. New additions to our line-up are Intermediate Microsoft Word and Excel, as well as general drop-in computer help sessions. Class schedules are updated continuously.
This book discussion group, focusing on books about history, meets at the library the first Monday of the month from 6:30-8 pm. For further information, please contact Jim White at 734.261.0874.