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Upcoming Programs for Adults:

National Library Week - "Welcome to Your Library"
April 4th - 10th

During National Library Week, help us decorate our windows! Pick up a paper heart starting Thursday, April 1st and write a reason you love the library or decorate the heart any way you’d like. Return it in the book drop or in the basket inside the building starting Monday, April 5.
Also, join us in celebrating by entering a drawing to win a basket full of goodies! Whether people visit in person or virtually, libraries offer endless opportunities to transform lives through education and lifelong learning.



Adult Grab & Go Crafts
Each kit will be available on the first of the month and only while supplies last. They can be picked up at the Reference Desk and are limited to one kit per person.

April Craft: No More Kits Available
May Craft: Pop Up Flower Card
Kit includes cardstock and instructions. Will need scissors and glue.



Women in History
Wednesday, April 14th at 6:30 PM

Today you will meet Susan B. Anthony, Elizabeth Cady Stanton, and Sojourner Truth, whose actions led to the passing of the 19th amendment. Join us in a Town Hall, sometime in the 19th century, and listen in as they discuss their roles in the Women’s Suffrage Movement. This virtual program will take place on Zoom presented in cooperation with the PLUS Libraries Collaboration. Registration required.



The Last Run of Pretty Boy Floyd
Monday, April 19th at 6:30 PM

Presented by Kelsey Hedrick, former East Liverpool police detective, who produced a film on Floyd. The program will include screening the film and having a Q&A afterwards. Join this virtual program on Zoom presented in cooperation with the PLUS Libraries Collaboration. Registration required.



Betty Crocker and her Cookbook that Changed
Monday, May 10th at 6:30 PM

Presented by Leslie Goddard. Join this virtual program on Zoom presented in cooperation with the PLUS Libraries Collaboration. Registration required.



Free Movies at the Library
2nd Wednesday of the month, 2:00-4:00 p.m.
Free refreshments sponsored by the Friends of the Library.

April 14: "Easter Parade" - 1948 musical starring Fred Astaire and Judy Garland, 103 minutes.
May 12: "Life with Father" - 1947 comedy starring William Powell and Irene Dunne, 118 minutes.

Socially Distanced, limited to first 10 patrons who register. Please call or stop by the library to reserve your space!



Looking for Loot
What kind of displays would you like to see in our glass case? Please consider sharing your heirloom dishes, glassware, collectible figurines, art, classic toys, paper goods, local interest items, and whatever eclectic collection you’re most proud of with the library! Ask for Katie at Reference to book a month (or two!) to share your treasures with the community.



Book Club To Go
Looking for a good read? Check out the display behind the Reference Desk each month for a recommended read – mystery, romance, historical fiction, memoir – something different every month! Grab a pamphlet for questions to get you thinking about what you read and some suggestions for more books you may like.



New Materials for Adults:

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