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By Kate Degelau-Pierce on May 22, 2017
Every six months, we donate the money we raise to the library for specific classes and events through a grant process. Our spring grant process is complete! What are we funding this year? The list is long, so look carefully to see what you might be interested in attending. Adult Classes & Events Seed Library […]
By Kate Degelau-Pierce on May 17, 2017
Pictured above: a yarn spinner. Internet searches for a yarn spinner will bring you back information about storytellers, a programming language, spinning wheels, and Etsy listings. But this particular yarn spinner (also known as a yarn swift) will take your yarn skeins and hanks and turn them into balls of yarn. And it will do […]
By Kate Degelau-Pierce on May 15, 2017
Did you come to STEM Central on April 29? We hope you did and hope you had a great time! The Library turned itself into a hands-on science and technology center for the day. Attendees got to see R2D2, hear from a NASA Astronaut, learn about going to Mars, build structures, and so, so much […]
By Kate Degelau-Pierce on April 17, 2017
We are excited to have Pascal Lee speak at STEM Central, the Library’s day-long event covering all things science, technology, engineering, and mathematics. He’ll talk about humans traveling to Mars and all the things we need to do to make that happen. It should be exciting! Learn more at STEMCentral.org.
By Kate Degelau-Pierce on April 12, 2017
We were happy to support a family Easter Egg hunt on April 4th at Mission Library. Over 550 people showed up to find 1000 hidden eggs inside the library. It looks like everyone had a great time!
By Kate Degelau-Pierce on April 10, 2017
Join us at the 4th Annual Emma Kaliterna Author Event! Meet Ying Chang Compestine, author of several children’s picture books, youth and teen novels, and cookbooks for adults! Her award-winning stories for children are whimsical, educational, and convey cultural traditions. A copy of one of her books will be given to the first 40 families […]