Jacobs Madrigals to Sing at Harnish Main Library

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Monday, December 7, 4:30pm. The HD Jacobs Madrigals will bring their unique performance of holiday selections to the Harnish Main Library for a free concert open to the public. Students dressed in beautiful Renaissance-era costumes will perform traditional carols and arrangements of modern carols in festive a Capella style. Appropriate for all ages, the performance will be held in the front lobby and cafe area. The concert is free. The Harnish Main Library is located on Harnish Road west of Randall Road…

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New Youth Anime Club

KYOTO, JAPAN - AUGUST 11: A large 3D model of a colourful Japanese anime girl character in a display shown on August 11, 2015 in Kyoto, Japan

Wednesday, October 28, 4-5:30pm. Do you love Anime, Comics, and Manga? We’re starting a new club for fans of graphic art and animation. We meet monthly to watch new and old favorites, discuss books, play games, and make crafts. This month’s topic is Halloween – Spirited Away. Come dressed in a costume.  No costume? No problem. We’ve got face paint! For students in 4-8 grade.

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Veteran’s Day Flag Ceremony

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November 11, 10:30am. Join us in a salute to honor and thank all who served in the United States Armed Forces. The parade of colors is presented by the American Legion Post 1231. The flag ceremony will be outside in front of the library. Bring the kids and start a conversation about those who serve our country in the military. Bring friends and family from the “older generation” for a remembrance of days gone by. The American Legion Post 1231…

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Music and Movement

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Tuesdays, November 3, 10, 17 and 24 at the Eastgate Branch. Singing is a fun and easy way for young children to learn about language. Enjoy singing and dancing with new songs each week and some old favorites.   

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Saving America

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Sunday, November 8, 2 to 3:30pm. No military action in the bloody Civil War was probably more controversial than Sherman’s March to the Sea. It’s the reason that Southerners who were inclined to respect Grant and revere Lincoln were undivided in their hatred of William T. Sherman. Historian and National Teacher Barry Bradford presents this fascinating program that coincides with the 150th Aniversary of the end of the Civil War. Sherman’s March to the Sea: Saving America by Destroying a Rebellion…

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Read for the Record

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Join us Thursday, October 22 for the 10th anniversary of Jumpstart’s Read for the Record®, a global campaign that generates public support for high-quality early learning and highlights the importance of building children’s vocabulary and love for reading. Children and adults worldwide will take action by participating in the world’s largest shared reading experience. Each year, Jumpstart selects one children’s book as the catalyst for Read for the Record. This year’s campaign book is Not Norman: A Goldfish Story. Written by…

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