During one of the darkest periods of American History, thousands of enslaved people undertook a harrowing journey to find freedom. That story comes to life in Heroes of the Underground Railroad.
This month we’ll be learning how to create inexpensive meals and snacks.
Check out this film on the big screen! Enjoy drinks and snacks while you watch this month’s feature.
Are you musical and want to learn how to record yourself? Have you set up a home studio and struggle to get the sounds you want?
Dr. Shelley Stanko of CHI Saint Joseph Health will lead a discussion on women’s healthy lifestyles. Topics will include: lowering cancer risks, food as medicine, and moving our bodies.
Get inspired by this film that chronicles the interaction between John, the least likely high school cross-country coach, and Hannah, the least likely runner, as she attempts the impossible in the biggest race of the year. The movie is rated PG.
In remembrance of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., join Somerset Community College Associate Professor Melinda Allen as she gives a brief history of Dr. King, the events that led to his arrest, and what caused him to write the letter.
The book we’ll be reading this month is The Angel Court Affair by Anne Perry.
Did you know that building with LEGOs enhances fine motor skills? Bring your favorite master builder and take advantage of the library’s LEGO collection. Take home a LEGO book full of fun ideas that will keep building on your child’s imagination.
We’ll enjoy reading a different version of the classic story Stone Soup. Following the story, we’ll have crafts, activities, and then enjoy a warm bowl of our very own stone soup.