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DAV Service Office Available Every Monday at Lera B. Mitchell
The DAV (Disabled American Veterans) Service Office will be available at the Lera B. Mitchell Clubhouse on S. Green St. every third Monday from 8:00am-noon. When you come by, please bring your discharge form with you (your DD 214), not your certificate. Thanks!
Glenview 6Thirty6 - "Not Your Normal Wednesday"
This is your invitation. Helping people take their next best step is our mission and we want to help you take yours. 6Thirty6 worship experience is not your normal Wednesday night church. It's for you - and this is your invitation: 6:36pm at Glenview Christian Church (1403 Glenview Dr.).
Coming Up at the Library...

January 2-6
FabLab: Let it Snow - Stop by the FabLab to design and construct your ultimate snowflake. The FabLab is located in the Youth Department.

Tuesday, January 2
Book Sprouts Story Time: 10:00 AM - Book Sprouts Story Time introduces preschoolers to a new Alphabuddy each week. Children will spend time getting to know each letter from A to Z and then Z to A. This group will also participate in other early literacy learning programs: The Very Ready Reading Program and Music Together just to name a couple. For preschool aged children.

Wednesday, January 3
Tater Tot Time: 10:00 AM - Caregivers and their toddlers will enjoy participating in this group. Toddlers will interact with others their age through books, songs, finger plays, games and play. Programming is based on a combination of early literacy programs including Music Together and The Very Ready Reading program. For children ages 18 to 36 months old.

My Time: 3:00 PM - Hey kids, do you need a break after school before you have to start your homework? Stop by the library every Wednesday after school. We will have a variety of activities for you to participate in while you relax and enjoy yourself in the break between school and home. Say to yourself, “This is MY TIME.” We will also offer a small snack/drink.

January 8-20
FabLab: Magna-Tiles - Come create and learn with Magna-Tiles! Use these fun magnetic shapes to build structures and geometric solids, and to make creative designs.

Monday, January 8
Sing-A-Book My Baby: 9:30 AM - Join our baby lapsit group; caregivers and babies use books, music, and movement to lay the foundation for early literacy. Using a combination of Music Together and The Very Ready Reading Program among others, you and your baby will learn and have a good time together.

Lego Robotics: 11:00 AM & 4:00 PM - Do you enjoy designing and building? Are you interested in coding? Come create a robot using Lego’s MindStorm or WeDo sets. Our Lego robotics group meets the second Monday of each month. Grades 1 – 9; Lego Robotics is geared toward elementary and middle school aged youth.

Tuesday, January 9
Book Sprouts Story Time: 10:00 AM - Book Sprouts Story Time introduces preschoolers to a new Alphabuddy each week. Children will spend time getting to know each letter from A to Z and then Z to A. This group will also participate in other early literacy learning programs: The Very Ready Reading Program and Music Together just to name a couple. For preschool aged children.

Wednesday, January 10
Tater Tot Time: 10:00 AM - Caregivers and their toddlers will enjoy participating in this group. Toddlers will interact with others their age through books, songs, finger plays, games and play. Programming is based on a combination of early literacy programs including Music Together and The Very Ready Reading program. For children ages 18 to 36 months old.

My Time: 3:00 PM - Hey kids, do you need a break after school before you have to start your homework? Stop by the library every Wednesday after school. We will have a variety of activities for you to participate in while you relax and enjoy yourself in the break between school and home. Say to yourself, “This is MY TIME.” We will also offer a small snack/drink.

Thursday, January 11
Color Me Calm: 10:00 AM & 5:30 PM - Adult coloring is a great way to de-stress. We offer a variety of fun coloring pages to choose from. Supplies and refreshments are provided. Pick the time most convenient for you.

Friday, January 12
Computer Basics: 9:30 AM - New to computers or been awhile since you used one? Come to Computer Basics and learn how to start and shut down a computer; create, save, and open a file; create a folder; and rename files and folders.

The library will be closed Monday, January 15 for Martin Luther King, Jr. Day.

Tuesday, January 16
Book Sprouts Story Time: 10:00 AM - Book Sprouts Story Time introduces preschoolers to a new Alphabuddy each week. Children will spend time getting to know each letter from A to Z and then Z to A. This group will also participate in other early literacy learning programs: The Very Ready Reading Program and Music Together just to name a couple. For preschool aged children.

Mother-Daughter Book Club: 6:30 PM - The Mother-Daughter Book Club will be discussing The Penderwicks by Jeanne Birdsall. This heartwarming classic is the story of four sisters on a summer vacation. Stop by the library for your free copy of the novel. New members are welcome. Sign up required at the Circulation Desk or phone 270-651-2824. Book club size is limited.

Wednesday, January 17
Tater Tot Time: 10:00 AM - Caregivers and their toddlers will enjoy participating in this group. Toddlers will interact with others their age through books, songs, finger plays, games and play. Programming is based on a combination of early literacy programs including Music Together and The Very Ready Reading program. For children ages 18 to 36 months old.

Midweek Matinee: 12:30 PM - Take a midweek cinematic break. Dunkirk is a World War II thriller about the evacuation of Dunkirk, France in which 400,000 Allied troops were rescued following a catastrophic defeat. Rated PG-13; 105 minutes.

My Time: 3:00 PM - Hey kids, do you need a break after school before you have to start your homework? Stop by the library every Wednesday after school. We will have a variety of activities for you to participate in while you relax and enjoy yourself in the break between school and home. Say to yourself, “This is MY TIME.” We will also offer a small snack/drink.

Thursday, January 18
Framed Flowers: 10:00 AM - Use pressed flowers to decorate a photo frame, bookmark, or gift tags. Sign up at the library or call 270-651-2824. Class size is limited to 15.

January 22-February 3
FabLab: Coloring Party - Leave your mark by coloring on the tablecloth-sized coloring sheet at the FabLab. The FabLab is located in the Youth Department.

Monday, January 22
Sing-A-Book My Baby: 9:30 AM - Join our baby lapsit group; caregivers and babies use books, music, and movement to lay the foundation for early literacy. Using a combination of Music Together and The Very Ready Reading Program among others, you and your baby will learn and have a good time together.

Minecraft at the Library: 11:00 AM & 4:00 PM - Minecraft is a computer game with building blocks. In the process of using these blocks to build different worlds, you will learn engineering and architecture basics. The library has several laptops and Minecraft accounts available. If you have a Minecraft account, please bring your login information. Please bring a laptop if possible.

Tuesday, January 23
Book Sprouts Story Time: 10:00 AM - Book Sprouts Story Time introduces preschoolers to a new Alphabuddy each week. Children will spend time getting to know each letter from A to Z and then Z to A. This group will also participate in other early literacy learning programs: The Very Ready Reading Program and Music Together just to name a couple. For preschool aged children.

Cookbook Challenge: 6:00 PM - Check out a cookbook from the library and try a recipe. Bring your dish to the library on January 23 and we will all share. The theme for this challenge is Slow Cooker Recipes. Sign up at the Circulation Desk. Along with your dish, provide a card printed with your recipe name and the title of the book from which it came.

Wednesday, January 24
Tater Tot Time: 10:00 AM - Caregivers and their toddlers will enjoy participating in this group. Toddlers will interact with others their age through books, songs, finger plays, games and play. Programming is based on a combination of early literacy programs including Music Together and The Very Ready Reading program. For children ages 18 to 36 months old.

My Time: 3:00 PM - Hey kids, do you need a break after school before you have to start your homework? Stop by the library every Wednesday after school. We will have a variety of activities for you to participate in while you relax and enjoy yourself in the break between school and home. Say to yourself, “This is MY TIME.” We will also offer a small snack/drink.

Thursday, January 25
AM Book Discussion: 10:00 AM - The book selection is Cutting for Stone, by Abraham Verghese. Twin brothers born of a secret union between an Indian nun and a British surgeon are orphaned by their mother’s death and their father’s disappearance. Moving from Addis Ababa to New York City and back again, it is an unforgettable story of love and betrayal, medicine and miracles. Pick up a copy at the Circulation Desk.

Monday, January 29
Sing-A-Book My Baby: 9:30 AM - Join our baby lapsit group; caregivers and babies use books, music, and movement to lay the foundation for early literacy. Using a combination of Music Together and The Very Ready Reading Program among others, you and your baby will learn and have a good time together.

Stop Motion Animation: 11:00 AM & 4:00 PM - Learn to produce stop motion animation at the library. Using free apps and library iPads, you’ll help write and direct a short video. Recommended for ages 9–18.

Tuesday, January 30
Book Sprouts Story Time: 10:00 AM - Book Sprouts Story Time introduces preschoolers to a new Alphabuddy each week. Children will spend time getting to know each letter from A to Z and then Z to A. This group will also participate in other early literacy learning programs: The Very Ready Reading Program and Music Together just to name a couple. For preschool aged children.

Wednesday, January 31
Tater Tot Time: 10:00 AM - Caregivers and their toddlers will enjoy participating in this group. Toddlers will interact with others their age through books, songs, finger plays, games and play. Programming is based on a combination of early literacy programs including Music Together and The Very Ready Reading program. For children ages 18 to 36 months old.

My Time: 3:00 PM - Hey kids, do you need a break after school before you have to start your homework? Stop by the library every Wednesday after school. We will have a variety of activities for you to participate in while you relax and enjoy yourself in the break between school and home. Say to yourself, “This is MY TIME.” We will also offer a small snack/drink.

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