Book Launch for Bethany Wiggins “Dragons Price” February 21,2017

When two warring kingdoms unified against a deadly menace laying wast to both their lands, they had to make a choice: vow to marry their heirs to one another, or forfeit their lives to the dragon.

Bethany Wiggins has always been an avid reader, but not an avid student. Seriously! She failed ninth grade English because she read novels instead of doing her homework. In high school, she sat alone at lunch and read massive hardback fantasy novels (Tad Williams and Robert Jordan anyone?). It wasn’t until the end of her senior year that the other students realized she was reading fiction–not the Bible

Once upon a time, Bethany’s sister dared her to start writing an hour a day until she completed a novel. Bethany wrote a seven-hundred page fantasy novel that she wisely let no one read–but it taught her how to write. Since then she has penned SHIFTING (2011), STUNG (2013), and CURED (2014).

dragons-price

Lego Club Join the Fun 4:00pm Thursdays

Lego Club is back at the library, Thursdays 4pm, learn how to make stop motion movies, have a weekly challenge and lots of fun.  This club is for school age kids 5 and older, and is held on days public school is in session.  No School No Lego Club.

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Zentangle Art Class Every Tuesdays at 1:00 pm and 5:00 pm Any Ability welcome.

ZentangleSpokenHereZentangle Art Class is at 1:00pm and 5:00 pm open to any ability.  One time charge of $5. for a Mini Zentangle Art Kit. We will be meeting in the Upstairs Small Conference Room 

Anything is Possible One Stroke at a Time (r)

At first glance, a Zentangle creation can seem intricate and complicated. But, when you learn how it is done, you realize how simple it is . . . sort of like learning the secret behind a magic trick. Then, when you create a piece of Zentangle art, you realize how fun and engrossing the process itself is. We love presenting to a class or seminar full of people who are convinced they can’t draw the Zentangle art we show them. Then, within 15 minutes, they have easily accomplished what they thought was impossible. This is one of our favorite Zentangle moments, because then we ask, “What else do you know that you can’t do?” You can transfer that insight and experience of success and accomplishment to any life experience. Something may look complicated, but you now know that you can do it, one simple stroke at a time.