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Upcoming Events

Nov 16
12:00 PM to 1:00 PM | Meeting Room A
Adults
Register in advance! Here is the November Menu. This new and innovative cafe' will feature a menu with dishes ranging from turkey and mashed potatoes to pasta and tacos. You are bound to find something to satisfy your taste buds! Programming will be included following lunch (e.g., chronic disease self-management workshops, Tai Chi, stepping on, water aerobics, nutrition counseling, games & socialization, much more!). Encore Cafe' is your one-stop shop for nutrition, health education, and socialization time with friends!  Suggested fee for lunch is $5 for those age 60+ and... Continue Reading
Nov 16
3:30 PM to 4:30 PM | Meeting Room A
Teens
Come to listen, snack, or share what’s on your mind in this no pressure, judgement-free zone. Open to all middle and high schoolers. ***There will be NO YAK on October 26th.***
Nov 17
(All day)
Adults Children Teens
  The Metro Library Network will again accept non-perishable food items in lieu of fines for overdue materials from November 1-30, 2018. All food items will go to the HACAP Food Reservoir. Library patrons may bring one non-perishable item for each $1 owed for overdue library material. All three libraries will also accept food contributions from people who want to “pay it forward” by helping pay someone else’s fines as well as happily accept food contributions from those who have no library fines but want to help prevent hunger in the metro area. Through a similar program over... Continue Reading
Nov 17
9:00 AM to 1:30 PM | Meeting Room A
Adults Children Teens
  Click here for vendor's application. Click here for vendor's handbook.
Nov 17
9:30 AM to 11:30 AM | Lobby
Adults Teens
Each Saturday morning, at least one City Council member will be in the library's lobby, ready to chat with you about City issues and questions. Please stop by and share your thoughts and opinions! On Farmer's Market dates, Council members will be at the market instead of the library: September 1: Taube Park September 29: Fall Marion Market (on Swamp Fox Weekend)
Nov 18
(All day)
Adults Children Teens
  The Metro Library Network will again accept non-perishable food items in lieu of fines for overdue materials from November 1-30, 2018. All food items will go to the HACAP Food Reservoir. Library patrons may bring one non-perishable item for each $1 owed for overdue library material. All three libraries will also accept food contributions from people who want to “pay it forward” by helping pay someone else’s fines as well as happily accept food contributions from those who have no library fines but want to help prevent hunger in the metro area. Through a similar program over... Continue Reading
Nov 18
3:00 PM to 4:00 PM | Meeting Room A
Adults Children Teens
Our October Ukulele Jam Session will be open to beginners, as well as more experienced players.  Miss Kim, who will be leading this program, will give basic instruction during the October meeting.  Starting in November we ask that you have some experience since the program will be a jam session and not a lesson.  Ukulele Jam sessions will be held once a month on the third Sunday at 3pm.  There are instruments available to use for those of you who do not own a ukulele but we encourage those that have one to bring theirs along.  All ages are welcome to attend but children under the age of 10... Continue Reading
Nov 19
(All day)
Adults Children Teens
  The Metro Library Network will again accept non-perishable food items in lieu of fines for overdue materials from November 1-30, 2018. All food items will go to the HACAP Food Reservoir. Library patrons may bring one non-perishable item for each $1 owed for overdue library material. All three libraries will also accept food contributions from people who want to “pay it forward” by helping pay someone else’s fines as well as happily accept food contributions from those who have no library fines but want to help prevent hunger in the metro area. Through a similar program over... Continue Reading

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