Calendar of Events – All Locations
An adult coloring group at the Stewartsville Library. We meet every Tuesday (except when the library is closed) from 10:30 am to 12:00 pm. Come relax and de-stress with us!
Did you know that during the last fashion week, models wore clothes made from a 3D printer? On the first Wednesday of the month come to the Bedford Library and learn all about fashion design. In this club you will have access to materials including: clothes, fabric of all kinds, embellishments, materials to make accessories, sewing materials including a sewing machine, and a 3D printer (for an end of the season project). We will also supply books, magazines, and mediums for creating great designs. Come learn about fashion and fashion design, plus create clothes worthy of walking down any runway from 4 until 5:30 the first Wednesday of every month.
Feel free to bring your own clothes from home to “upcycle” into something new!
Ages 11 to 19. Registration not necessary but always appreciated.
Get Pinning with beginners class.
Come and join children ages 5 and up as we play with LEGOS®. Take on the challenge of the month or just use your imagination to build whatever you would like with our LEGOS® or DUPLOS®. 5:30pm-7:00pm
Fun Filled Friday mornings at the Stewartsville Library for children ages 0 – 36 months and one of their favorite grown-ups. Visit the library at 10:30 on Friday mornings for a program of playing instruments, learning rhymes, reading stories, dancing and playing with new friends.
Writing Your Family Stories”
We are all storytellers, whether we realize it or not. Stories can be triggered by thoughts, images, and circumstances.
Your story will differ from the stories of others, even your spouse, siblings, and those living in the same household. Each person will have his or her own response to a situation or circumstance. Unlocking the secrets is the key to success.
Here’s an attempt at starting out with an overview:
- First, organize your material.
- Then divide your writing tasks into small manageable pieces.
- Determine where your family fits in with local, national, and world history.
- Blend historical fact with family stories.
- Select the best details.
- Use examples and practice writing exercises.
The Number One aim here is obvious–Recruit speakers from the audience for this coming fall, beginning the 1st and 3rd Fridays in September! I’ll bet you didn’t know that you are involved, but you are!