Tech Tuesdays are now in person! Get tech help with smartphones, computers, tablets, hardware, apps, and more. Our tech help is designed to help you learn to use your technology and troubleshoot minor problems during one-on-one assistance with a volunteer. No need to register, you can drop in between 10am and 12:30pm. First come, first served.
Join us for this month’s discussion of the National Book Award finalist, The Leavers by Lisa Ko. “This wrenching and all-too-topical debut novel picks up the life of an 11-year-old American-born boy on the day his mother, an undocumented Chinese immigrant, disappears…Ko uses the voices of both the boy and his birth mother to tell a story that unfolds in graceful, realistic fashion and defies expectations,” writes The New York Times. Copies are available through the Library. This month’s meeting will be held in “hybrid format” with many participants in person at the Mullis Center, with simultaneous open access to attend via Zoom.
Join us outdoors for stories and activities about the fall season! Outdoor Story Play sessions are free, no registration required. Older siblings are welcome. Please dress for the weather to ensure warm, dry children. For more information, please contact us at email@example.com.
Celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month by making papel picado, a Mexican folk art! This decorative art project is appropriate for most skill levels, and community members of any age can take a kit! Don’t forget to email a picture of your creations to firstname.lastname@example.org for inclusion in a social media post in October.
Kits will be available starting September 15th on a first come-first served basis while supplies last.
Calling writers of all genres! Held on the second Saturday of the month, Open Mic Night is for anyone interested in writing. Don’t be shy, come read your work or just listen. You’ll be inspired to write more! For more information please contact Pam Herber at email@example.com or Genevieve Iverson at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Can trees talk? Do trees have feelings? Can they experience pain, joy, or grief? We have been taught to view plants as inanimate, and without characteristics we normally equate with the animal kingdom. But science now understands that plants do communicate, respond to harm, and help one another. Learn to look at and respond to trees in brand-new ways!
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