Mary Mugele Sealfon will be doing a quick pastel portrait sketch of a volunteer and will be available to answer questions about her work and process. Her art work is currently on display in the Gallery and Community room on the lower level of the Library.
Welcome novelists, sci-fi enthusiasts, dreamers, and anyone else who has a story to tell. Write, illustrate and relate your fictional work in any way you are inspired by the theme "Tell a Story to the Community". Pick up your notebook at a brief informational session. All Marble Fiction books created will be added to the Library's collection for the community to borrow.
If you are unable to attend, Notebooks will be available at the Help Desk beginning November 8.
This two-hour introductory talk, facilitated by educator Beverly Braxton, will address such topics as: parental authority, effective communication, peer pressure, screen time, and school performance. It is designed to support parents raising children of any age.
The Library staff will help you to create a cover for a Kindle, Nook or tablet device from a repurposed book cover. Keep it for yourself or give as a gift. Please bring the device with you if possible.
Please note: This materials used for this project will not accommodate the regular sized iPad; however, it will work for an iPad Mini.
Are you ready to sass up your place, organize your space and spruce up your home? Join Home Staging and Re-Design Expert, Karen Gray-Plaisted for a workshop full of tips and techniques on organizing, re-purposing and giving your home a fresh new look with your existing items.
From "The Great Migration, An Ameriacan Story" paintings by Jacob Lawrence
Using the art of Jacob Lawrence, art historian Diane Wilson will tell the story of the great African-American migration from the south to the north in the United States in the early part of the 20th century.