A program about the Korean war will take place on Monday, November 3rd at 6:30 p.m. in the Lindamood Room. Local Korean War veteran Ray Jameson, who served two years in the United States Army with 10 months in North Korea, will share photographs and experiences about the war. Kim Turley will then speak about the experience of nurse veterans who served in the United States and overseas during the Korean War. The program is free and open to the public. No registration is required.
Participants will learn about a natural alternative to man-made ingredients in medicines, cleaning solutions, air fresheners, bath and beauty products, and more. Essential Oils Educator Jane Hassan will cover where essential oils come from, how they work, their many uses, and safety protocols. This program is perfect those looking to minimize or replace the man-made ingredients, including toxic elements, they expose their family to, as well as those who are interested in making their own products at a fraction of the cost of store-bought.
Chris Spradlin will present a critical and informational showing of Kill Baby Kill directed by Mario Bava.
For children ages 4-8. To provide inclusive, interactive programming for children with sensory integration issues and a caregiver. Collaborating with the Blanchard Valley Center.
Come to the library and watch teen friendly movies. Grades 5-12 with a parent permission form on file. Popcorn is provided, teens are asked to bring their own drinks.