Category: Programs

Summer Needle Felting II with Katie

Monday, August 19 from 4:30 to 6:00 in the Meeting Room. Join us for this popular, relaxing, and companionable class, where you will learn to make a small decoration or animal using a burred needle and colored wool roving. This class is free, with no materials fee. Register, please  

Lunch and Learn Language Classes: French and German

Lunch and Learn Language Classes: French and German

Learned a little French or German in high school and would like to revisit it? Or thinking about a trip and want to polish up on your rudimentary language skills? Then why not join Anette Roth at one of our new workshops.  Through simple texts, poems, songs, videos and more, learn more about the language...

Ice Cream Social for Seniors

Thursday, August 1 from 2:00-3:30 on the patio. Come enjoy some Ferris Acres ice cream. No registration needed. Please call if the weather is bad.

The Science of Sound

The Science of Sound

Explore the scientific principles of sound, Thursday, August 15 at 3:30 pm in the library meeting room. Participants will apply these principles to understanding how string instruments work as they play a real violin, viola, and cello – all in a fun, interactive environment. Experienced, knowledgeable and supportive instructors will lead the group and answer questions. ...

“Case of the Lost Llamas”  by Newtown author Dori Marx

“Case of the Lost Llamas” by Newtown author Dori Marx

Join author Dori Marx Saturday, August 17 at 2:00 pm in the library meeting room for an author presentation for ages 6-10.  Dori is the author of a new early chapter book series, (“Wonder World Kids”)  about children of world-famous veterinarians that solve mysterious cases of animals in need.   Participants will learn how to draw...

Community Health Information Sessions

Join Juli Pankow, Coordinator for the All of Us Greater Fairfield County project on: Monday, July 15 at 7:00 pm (sign up) -or- Thursday July 25 at 2:00 pm (sign up) To learn about All of Us Greater Fairfield, a project designed to teach consumers about free, trusted health resources that are available online from...

Get Productive with Google’s Digital Tools Livestream

Wednesday, July 17, noon-1:00 pm, Community Room Whether you’re a student, a job seeker, a parent, a volunteer, an employee or a business owner, digital tools can help you manage everyday tasks more efficiently. Participants will learn how Google’s office productivity tools—including Gmail, Calendar, Drive and other apps—can boost productivity, tips and tricks for how to...

Career Coach: MS Word

Monday, July 15, Career Coach @Edmond Town Hall 10:00-3:00, with break at noon Microsoft Word is a word processing program that allows users to create professional documents such as resumes, letters, fax cover sheets, reports, legal documents,brochures, manuals and more. It is an efficient tool for students,business owners and even working individuals to have on their computers. Microsoft...

Build a Strong(er) Nonprofit!

Wednesday, July 10, 6:30-8:00 pm Do you know how to best work with your Board to make your nonprofit stronger? How often do you conduct organizational financial reviews? Do you have a business or strategic plan? How strong is your organizational infrastructure to carry out your programming? Have you ever thought about strategic alliances with...

Creative Calisthenics: an unexpected art experience

Creative Calisthenics: an unexpected art experience

Join PeaceLove instructor, Paula Brinkman on Saturday, August 3 at 2 pm in the library meeting room for this collaborative program of artistic expression.  Dress for a mess, acrylic paints will be used. For ages 7-11 with an adult partner.  Register online.