Grades 7 to 12. Now that you have developed a character and a story, what’s next? How can you lay this all out in such a way that it will make sense to your readers? In this workshop, you’ll learn several tricks artists use to tell a compelling story in a visual manner. Before the class is over, you’ll have the beginning of your very own story! Please register.
Grades 9 to 12. Tackle writing your college application essay with Tania Runyan, published author and experienced college essay consultant. The workshop will help you understand the purpose of the application essay, brainstorm topics, and begin writing the showstopper that will capture your voice and the eye of the admissions office. Please register.
Instant Pots and other pressure cookers have made a come back on the cooking scene. Join Andrea Pracht of My Kitchen Clatter for a demonstration on what all the talk is about. Whether you’ve been pressure cooking for years or just thinking about it, you’ll learn something from this class. Andrea will be making butternut squash risotto and chocolate lava cakes. There is a $3 fee to attend. Please register in person at the Adult Reference Desk.
NICASA Behavioral Health Services staff will be at the library to discuss and explore gambling, the different types of gamblers as well as the impact that expanded gambling opportunities can have on communities.
Have you tried planner after planner only to fill out the first few months and then quit? You've got to try the bullet journal--a planner system that allows you to express yourself in a creative way, stay organized, and get things done. Join Audrey Ko of Things Unseen Designs as she walks you through the basics and provides lots of helpful ideas to get you started. There will also be time to practice. The $10 fee includes journal and other supplies. Please register in person at the Adult Reference Desk.
We are either alone in the Universe or we are not; either possibility is overwhelming! Join the exploration of the fundamental question about the pervasiveness of life -- is it common or rare? The focus of this presentation will be our planetary neighbors, Mars and Venus, and their potential as abodes for life.
If you are a fan of art but uncertain on how to talk about it, this program is for you! Jeff Mishur, owner of Art Excursions, will discuss how to analyze how an artwork is 'built' out of colors, lines and similar visual components.