Interested in writing? Join other adults to share your work, get feedback and discuss the craft of writing. We will meet on Saturday, August 25 from 2:00-3:00 PM.
D & M Art Studio owner and artist extraordinaire, Sharon Dillenbeck, will share her techniques for basic drawing skills. Start something new to enhance your life and your home on August 23 at 6:30 PM.
We're also celebrating our participation in the DIA Inside|Out project, that is. Have you seen our lovely Young Woman with a Violin by Italian artist Orazio Gentileschi?
New Homeschooler Meet & Greet — August 20, 6:45-8:45 PM.
If you’re new to homeschooling or just thinking about it, join us for an evening packed full of information and answers. There will be a short presentation by veteran homeschoolers along with a librarian briefing on what resources and support the library has to offer in this area. Attendees will have the opportunity to speak with current homeschoolers to ask any questions they may have and obtain information on co-ops, support groups, classes etc. You’ll leave feeling encouraged, excited, and connected, and you'll be armed with information and resources to help start the year strong.
This program is sponsored by CHEPA (Christian Home Educators Parents Association) in partnership with the Canton Public Library. Please RSVP to Cheri Pelic (email@example.com or 248-349-5447.
Families thinking about homeschooling through high school often have these questions and many more. Join us on Monday, August 27 from 6:45-8:45 PM as we come together to ask and answer questions about homeschooling through high school. We'll hear from families who have successfully made it through the high school years (and gone on to college success) as well as families who are currently in the process. If you are approaching the high school years in your homeschool, already in the high school years, or just thinking about homeschooling high school, join us for a night of answers!
Join the Adult Contemporary group on Monday, August 20 at 7:00 PM in the Purple Room to discuss:
A stolen life: a memoir by Jaycee Lee Dugard — In the summer of June of 1991, Jaycee Dugard was a normal 11-year old kid. Until the day her life was stolen. For 18 years she was a prisoner. She was an object for someone to use and abuse. She became a mother and was forced to be a sister. She survived an impossible situation. It's her story — in her own words, in her own way, exactly as she remembered it.
Are you dazzled by all the wonders in the night sky? Do all the wonders and mysteries of the universe(s) intrigue you? Then take advantage of Jack Brisbin's wonderful presentation for young astronomers, kids going into 5th - 8th grade. Join us on July 18, from 7:00 - 7:45 PM.
I hope you are having as much fun earning badges for Connect Your Summer as I am. I've earned some by reading really good books, a couple more for doing some fun things here at the library, and few by coming up with some creative ideas all by myself. I'm sharing my badges so you can see all the things I've done. I love reading all the things that you have done to earn badges too. Keep up the great work!
I'm trying to decide what badge I should earn next, and I need your help. Find the poll and vote for what badge I should earn. If you do, you can claim Geek Out Badge. Thanks for your help. Bear Hugs,
[BW music by buttons.butterflies is licensed under CC BY SA 2.0]
[Austen folk dancing by Michael R Perry is used under CC BY-SA 2.0]
The Canton Seniors Book Group meets on the fourth Thursday of the month from 2:00-3:00 PM in Group Study Room A. We meet every month except December. Adult Librarians Elaine Skrzynski and Joyce Simowski alternate leading the discussion. Copies of the discussion book can be picked up at the monthly meeting or after the meeting at the Adult Desk.
Hotel on the corner of bitter and sweet: a novel by Jamie Ford — July 26
One was a soldier: a Clare Fergusson/Russ van Alstyne mystery by Julia Spencer-Fleming — August 23