February is National Haiku writing month, and there will be a Haiku Writing Workshop at the library on Tuesday, February 17 from 3:00-4:30 p.m. Haiku is a short poem that uses imagistic language to convey the essence of an experience with nature or a particular season, which is intuitively linked to the human condition. The workshop will be led by award winning and published Haiku poet Sharon Hammer Baker. The free workshop is open to adults and teens. Participants are asked to bring notebook and pencil.
Volunteen informational meeting. Parents and teens should attend together to get all the information about their summer volunteering, including their schedule.
Tired of waiting months for the latest James Patterson title? Bring your lunch and come to the "New Release Lunch Hour" to hear all about the most popular new releases coming out in June and July. Get a quick summary of each title with publication dates so you can be on top of the list and on your way to reading the most popular titles this summer. Stay for the whole hour or stop in for a few minutes--whatever your lunch break allows. Everyone will leave with a complete listing of titles.
If you love roses but are unsure of how to begin a rose garden, this program will give you some basic knowledge. The program will give you some ideas of the best roses to start with for success. You will be able to identify the essentials related to roses and their care. Rose care can be simple if preplanning is appropriate. Master Gardener Cathy Grossman will be presenting the program.
Rebecca Fellrath of Findlay will speak about her debut novel, A Lily at Dawn. A book signing will follow the presentation. A Lily at Dawn is an inspirational love story about a young woman who searches for truth after tragedy and finds answers through her faith in God.