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International Games Day is a chance to celebrate games, libraries, and the communities that both help to create and sustain with other library-lovers around the world. On Saturday, November 21, people all over the planet will join together to celebrate the mutually-reinforcing power of play and learning. We will have board games set up in the meeting room for people to play with friends and family.
All teens are welcome! Learn the basics in a fun and easy way with friends. Japanese treats will be provided.
Bring your family and friends for a fun, free movie with popcorn and juice. Permission to publicly show this movie was provided by Movie Licensing USA. (Walt Disney Pictures; PG; 102 minutes; 2015)
Come play Scrabble to exercise your brain. Players at all levels are welcome.
This week’s theme is Regular. The club will help participating K-5 students develop essential skills and abilities, including those that deal with science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) concepts with a goal of improving math and science test scores.
“The Cradle,” by Patrick Somerville
“Elegant and astonishing, Patrick Somerville tells the story of one man’s journey into the heart of marriage, parenthood, and what it means to be a family. Confirming the arrival of an exuberantly talented new writer, THE CRADLE is an uniquely imaginative debut novel that radiates with wisdom and wonder.” -Amazon
Copies at the front desk.
This group includes all types of writing. Critique each other’s work, and bring a piece of your own if you wish.