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Teen Art Night

paints

Thursdays at 6:00 pm
Main Library

  • September 21st: T-shirt Tote Bags – Recycle a once-loved t-shirt into a trendy tote bag! Bring your own t-shirt and we will provide the rest.  Ages 12 – 19.  Registration Required.  Register online
  • October 26th: “Blackout” Poetry – Write poetry and make art at the same time! Using black marker, cross off words from an old book page and leave behind your selected words. Take it to another level by creating an image around your poem.  Register online
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Hanzhi Wang in Concert

Hanzhi-Wang

Sunday, September 24th at 1:00 pm
Main Library

Ms. Wang will perform works written for her by famed Danish composer, Martin Lohse, along with transcriptions by Bach, Mozart, Grieg and Moszkowski. She received a Masters in Classical Accordion Performance from Royal Danish Academy of Music in Copenhagan with Geir Draugsvoll, and has given concerts in Germany, Denmark, China, Japan, Sweden, Italy, Serbia, Montenegro, Taiwan, Belgium, Portugal and Holland. Hanzhi Wang has won a number of international accordion competitions including Beijing (China), Klingenthal (Germany), Arrasate (Spain) and Castelfidardo (Italy).

Check out the website for more information or email rajerry@juno.com.

No registration necessary.

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Family Craft Night

craft

Tuesdays at 6:00 pm
Main Library

Children and their family members will decorate and build their own kaleidoscopes to bring home. Children will be amazed by the endless variety of images they will see.

  • September 26th: Play with Paints – Painting and playing together at last. Children, with the help of their family members, can create masterpieces without a brush. Roll, drive, and drag your way to creative fun! Dress for mess. Ages 4-11. Registration required. Register online.
  • October 24th:  Creepy Crafts – Create fun and spooky crafts to decorate your space for Halloween.  Ages 5-11 with family member.  Registration required. Register online.
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Comic Jam with Ira Marcks

Saturday, October 7th at 1:00 pm
Main Library      

Comic Jam is a drop-­in event led by Ira Marcks. You can contribute to an existing project or develop your own. Fun for artists of  all ages. No previous experience necessary! Drop in for a few minutes or stay for the whole time, it’s up to you.

WHAT HAPPENS AT A COMIC JAM?

A bunch of artists of all ages and skills get together and draw comics! It’s about using your imagination with other creative people.  Watch the collaborative process.

We ask that you register only so that we have an idea of how many to expect. The program is free and open to the public. Please make reservations by calling the library at 274-7071 or register online.

 

 

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Family Science Night

scienceTuesdays at 6:00 pm
Main Library

Children and their family members will decorate and build their own kaleidoscopes to bring home. Children will be amazed by the endless variety of images they will see.

  • October 10th: Lava Lamps – Children, with the help of their family members, will create and experiment with their own lava lamps. All supplies provided by the library. Ages 5-11. Registration required. Register online.
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