Events

  1. Summer Lawn & Garden Care

    02 Jun, 2018 11:00:00 AM

    Nick Cokkinias of Bonide Fertilizer will present lawn care tips for green grass, quicker mowing, or no mow lawn ideas, easier lawn fertilizing. Keep your lawn green, vibrant, healthy, and free of weeds.   Bonide Products, Inc.

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  2. Wii Sports for Seniors

    31 May, 2018 02:00:00 PM

     The Nintendo Wii captured the imagination of people everywhere with its simple and user-friendly controls. Many of the Wii® games require basic arm motions with users mimicking the actual movements of the game. For instance in Wii® bowling, users swing their arms in the same motion as a bowler while holding down a button on the controller. When ready to release the ball, the user releases the button. Fun, easy, and simple! Come for an hour of classic Wii sports games; bowling, golf, tennis, and baseball. 

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  3. The Gray Hair Laws of Networking

    16 May, 2018 06:30:00 PM

     With a better than 80% chance that your next opportunity will come from someone you know, the Gray Hair Management Laws of Networking presentation will help you better understand how to use networking.

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  4. Daughters of the Script Book Discussion

    15 May, 2018 07:00:00 PM

     The May book selection is, Sula by Toni Morrison. Books can be checked-out at the circulation desk. The book discussion welcomes everyone!

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  5. Creative Coloring

    14 May, 2018 06:30:00 PM

     Coloring isn't just for kids anymore; the trend of intricate and beautifully detailed designs intended for adult use makes the joy of coloring books available to a broader audience. So join us on the second Monday of each month at 6:30 p.m. to relax, rejuvenate, and create! Supplies will be provided.

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  6. Afternoon Chess

    10 May, 2018 02:00:00 PM

     Open chess play at all levels. This is a self-guided space, come test your knowledge and show off your skills in a game that challenges your mind. No instruction will be given. Chess boards will be provided. The ultimate battle of the minds.

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  7. The Epilepsy foundation

    09 May, 2018 06:30:00 PM

     Did you know that 1 in 26 Americans can develop epilepsy? This free educational program is designed to inform the general public about epilepsy and seizure disorders. Professional educators will cover seizure recognition and first aid, seizure and safety, epilepsy treatment and how to assist someone having a seizure.

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  8. iPad Drop-in Q&A

    09 May, 2018 02:00:00 PM

     Stop in anytime between 2:00-3:30 p.m. and bring your Apple device questions. Our trained staff will help you troubleshoot problems or practice your skills. This is also a great time to learn about library services including how to download ebooks from Overdrive, Tutor.com, Mango languages, A to Z database, and more. No registration required-just drop in!

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  9. Get Organized:simplify your home and life

    02 May, 2018 06:30:00 PM

     Look around your kitchen and living room. Do you feel calm and comfortable when you enter those spaces or do you feel frustrated and overwhelmed? Think about your family’s daily routines and schedules. Do you have time to enjoy the simple things or do you feel stressed out and short on time? Figuring out what to change and how to change it is overwhelming! Come see Christy Wright, a Professional Organizer, and learn practical tips to simplify your life and spaces. You will leave with quick solutions to implement to start your path to a simpler life. “For every minute spent in organizing, an hour is earned.” Benjamin Franklin

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  10. Principles of Basic Searches in A to Z Databases

    30 Apr, 2018 02:30:00 PM

     This webinar will teach basic searching on AtoZ databases. We will cover the three quick search options, go through key features of each database, and learn how to generate lists then print, download, or email them. Make sure to write down all your questions, so you can ask at the end of the training session. Classes typically run between 20 and 30 minutes depending upon questions.

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  11. Money Smart Week: Finding money you're losing, Unknowingly and Unnecessarily: Mortgages, Taxes, and more

    26 Apr, 2018 06:30:00 PM

     Join us for this unique discussion about your finances. Featured guest speaker, Mr. Ward Powell from The Ward Powell Group, Inc. a Financial Services Agency.

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  12. Wii Sports for Seniors

    26 Apr, 2018 02:00:00 PM

     The Nintendo Wii captured the imagination of people everywhere with its simple and user-friendly controls. Many of the Wii® games require basic arm motions with users mimicking the actual movements of the game. For instance in Wii® bowling, users swing their arms in the same motion as a bowler while holding down a button on the controller. When ready to release the ball, the user releases the button. Fun, easy, and simple! Come for an hour of classic Wii sports games; bowling, golf, tennis, and baseball. 

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