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The Very Hungry Caterpillar 50th Anniversary Celebration

It’s been 50 years since the original publication of this beloved classic. Enjoy reading, snacks, and crafts inspired by this classic children’s book.

For families with children.

This event takes place in Youth Services on the 3rd floor of the Main Library.

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Weekend Movie Series

During the weekend movie series we will be showing the following titles.

June 1 How to Train Your Dragon 3

June 15 The Upside

June 29 LEGO Movie 2

July 13 Welcome to Marwin

July 27 Bumblebee

August 10 Aqua Man

August 24 Shazam

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Getting Started with Adobe Illustrator CC

Illustrator is the industry-standard software for creating logos, icons, drawings, typography, and illustrations. This class will teach you the basics.
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Come watch Lilo and Stitch with us!

This event takes place in the Level 4 Teen Center of the Main Library. Level 4 events are for teens ages 12-19 only.

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Teens in the Kitchen

Learn some techniques and recipes for tasty, healthy food.

Ages 12 to 18.

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Nintendo Switch Gaming Hour

Play Nintendo Switch games on our giant screen.

Options include Super Smash Bros Ultimate and Mario Kart 8.

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CALS Writing Circle

Get together with other writers of all genres to improve your craft and build a support network. Encouragement, critiques, workshops, and classes. Location: The Bookstore at Library Square, 2nd Floor.

For more information, email dmoore@cals.org.

 

 

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Afternoon Antics

Join us for crafts or games. We will have a different activity each week.

For families with children.

This event takes place in Youth Services on the 3rd floor of the Main Library.

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Phil Plait Lecture – Strange New Worlds: Is Earth Special?

Our search for exoplanets, planets outside our own solar system, has so far yielded thousands of strange new worlds but, none of them appear to be anything like our blue-green Earth. Is our world truly special? Or, maybe, the question should be: how Earth-like does a planet need to be in order to be like Earth?

Come join us for an evening with Phil “Bad Astronomer” Plait, author of the Bad Astronomy blog and the books,

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