The Indiana Free Library offers a lineup of free programs for the week starting on Monday.
• 3:00 pm to 4:00 pm, Tail and Tail – Weeter (5 years old) This week’s theme is “Our Useful Insect Tail, Pollen Crosser, Plants”. Remember that you still have time to enroll in the “Tales and Tales” Summer Reading Program. Please visit the following website. www.indianafreelibrary.org Register your child.
• 7-8 pm, We Be Book N’IFL Tween Book Club: “Wolf Hollow”, Lauren Wolk (10-13 years old) Read the title selected from the cloudLibrary or call to get an actual copy of the book You can get it. Send an email in advance and book through the GrabNGo service.
This is a great opportunity to join a new reading club.
• 11 am-12pm IFL American History Book Club: “Love and Hate in Jamestown” by David A. Price. The IFL American History Book Club meets on the 4th Tuesday of every month to discuss the latest reading of American History.
Materials are selected from suggestions from members and moderators in chronological order of American history.
Hard copies of all titles can be checked out using the GrabNGo service.
For Zoom invitations to monthly meetings, send an email to Val of iflkids. email@example.com At least one day before the discussion.
• 1 pm to 2 pm Teen Tales: “Manhattan Moon”. This week we will discuss Delia Sherman’s “Moon in Manhattan”.
This is the story of sister-in-laws Liz and Beth, whose magical paintings come alive in a forgotten corner of the Metropolitan Museum of Art.
The 12-season cosmopolitan cast of this painting asks two girls how they like each season and each rewards the answer. Following the discussion, hang the rainbow wall.
Upon registration, participants will receive a supplies kit containing supplies for all summer crafts and activities.
Meetings are a combination of zoom meetings and pre-recorded videos.
This week’s theme is our useful insect tails, pollen maters, and plants.
From 11:30 am to 1:00 pm, the program will be held in the Waterworks Conservation Area (768 Waterworks Road, Indiana, PA 15701) and registration is required.
Welcome to Wild Waters. This week we will continue directly with the themes of our useful insect tails, pollen maters and plants. Louisa Fordice, Master Gardener at Pennsylvania State University, talks about bees, butterflies, and other pollen maters that keep the planet beautiful.
She also helps plant flowers and other native plants in the aqueduct garden.
• 10:30 – 11:30 am, Classics Book Club on Zoom, “Song of the Lark”, by Willa Cather. Read and discuss many of the wonderful works of classical literature.
This month, the club will discuss Willa Cather’s “Song of the Lark.”Please contact Lauri at firstname.lastname@example.org For more information. Read the title of your choice from the cloud Library, or get an actual copy of the book by phone or email in advance and book a copy through the GrabNGo service.
• 3-4 pm, tail and tail, short tail (6-12 years old).
Virtual 2021 Summer Reading Library Program. Includes stories, activities, crafts, and lots of fun. We continue our theme: our useful insect tails, pollen maters and plants.All programming today can be found at www.indianafreelibrary.org..
• 3:00 pm, Crafternoon… on Facebook. Learn how to make fun new crafts every week.
The library provides a list of consumables and detailed instructions. Most crafts can be found at home or at a low cost.
Indiana Free Library Schedules Weekly Programs | News
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