Bring your extra plant starts to share with others while getting some new plants in return. Play some gardening games, eat some snacks and share tips to starting off a new gardening year.
Join our group of library staff and other talented crafters as we knit and crochet projects that benefit the community. Bring a project of your own or dip into our own stash to create a project that will brighten the lives of those in need. Current projects include stitched blankets, scarves and blankets.
Receive basic computer instruction or an introduction to a variety of devices.Call 614-875-6716 ext. 503 to schedule a one-hour session.
Join us for a celebration of the soon-to-be released Alice through the Looking Glass. We will have tea and snacks as we view Alice in Wonderland. This program is for ages 13-17 only.
With more than 22,000 casualties, the Battle of Antietam remains the bloodiest single-day battle in American history. Join MSgt. Stephen Walter USMCR (Ret.) for a discussion of this pivotal Civil War battle.
Join us for your favorite card or board game or learn a new one with other friendly folks. All ages and skill levels are welcome.
Coloring books aren't just for kids anymore! Coloring generates wellness and quiet while stimulating brain areas related to motor skills, the senses and creativity.Join us for a quiet evening of coloring and relaxation. Coloring pages, supplies and refreshments will be provided. For teens and adults.
We'll be using different craft materials at each program (food, paper, coffee filters, cotton balls, felt, etc.). Stop in and see what we are creating and join the fun.March 22 - DecoupageApril 19 - SpaMay 17 - Planting/Gardens
Come for a movie and popcorn on our huge projection screen with cinema quality sound system. Most movies are rated PG-13.
Children are invited to enjoy crafts and activities in the following interactive displays: "Some Bunny's Lucky" the week of March 14, "Garden Delight" the week of April 18 and "Moms are Best!" the week of May 16
Join us for creativity and imagination in action! Work individually or in teams to create the challenge. The theme will be announced at the library.
Beginning artists are invited to learn the basics of drawing. Snacks will be provided. For grades 1-5.
Join fellow book lovers to discuss the selected title.March 10 - The Girl on the Train by Paula HawkinsApril 14 - The Martian by Andy WeirMay 12 - Every Man Dies Alone by Hans Fallada
Step back in time to play some classic retro video games and talk with others about everything Atari, Nintendo, Sega and more. Children are welcome with adult supervision.
Enjoy a classic Disney movie with pocorn. Movies are rated G or PG.March 12 - Finding NemoApril 9 - Wall-EMay 7 - Tangled
Celebrate reading comics by stopping by the library to pick up some great graphic novels and get your photo taken in your favorite costume at our superhero city photo shoot. For all ages.
Historical photos of Southwest Franklin County