Book Clubs include a Dish and Dine (trying new recipes) club, and other book discussions at a variety of times. We also offer craft programs, history and topical workshops, adult coloring, and technology help, including one-to-one device or computer help.
Deborah Carder will speak about newspaper research in a presentation entitled “Grandpa’s in the Newspaper.” Everyone is welcome to attend.
Join us at the Raymond branch to catch up with your neighbors while working on your own craft or scrapbooking project.
Trivia! Join us at Boston’s for three rounds of general trivia. Bring the whole family! Participants are welcome to purchase food and drink if they choose.
Leah is the critically acclaimed author of five novels including The History of Us and Body of a Girl. She has been a recipient of an NEA Literature Fellowship and a Sachs Fund Prize. She is a
professor in the Creative Writing program at the University of Cincinnati.
Join us for a Tree Giveaway to celebrate Arbor Day!
While Supplies Last.
What trees are best for our area? Should I plant them in the shade, sun, or a little bit of both? How do I take care of them? These questions will be answered in this informative talk by Chris Butkovich of Dutch Mill Greenhouse. Take this opportunity to pick up your choice of a Blue Spruce or Dogwood from our tree giveaway. Limit one tree per family. While supplies last.
Meet up once a month and quilt away creating simple scrap lap quilts for Project Linus. – Can’t make it? No problem, come next month and pick up where another left off! All skill levels are welcome.
This month’s book is The Address by Fiona Davis. Pick up a copy at the Adult Services desk and join the group for a lively discussion.
Come to the Raymond branch and join this lively group of readers. You choose a book based on a theme and be prepared to introduce it to the rest of the group. This month’s theme is Nonfiction. It’s a great way to build your “To Be Read” list! The group meets quarterly on the first Thursday of February, May, August and November.
Join us to learn how to create beautiful dahlias made out of paper. Participants are invited to bring their own hot glue gun if they choose. Ages 18+. Registration is required, and will be available starting on Monday, April 23.