This October celebrate the importance of primary sources which are those first-hand accounts like photographs, documents, records, and newspapers, and how they help us remember and learn from the past. Archives, libraries, and even individuals are key to preserving, caring for, and making accessible these pieces of history from which we write our collective story. Click to read the various ways to participate.
Zombie hunters needed! Join us for an after hours zombie survival course, learn the skills you will need in order to survive a zombie apocalypse. Watch out for the walkers! Space is limited so sign up today! GRADES 6-12 ONLY.
Join us on Thursday, October 17 from 11:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. for our Senior Health & Wellness Expo! Come meet the vendors and learn about local health, wellness, and safety resources. Enjoy light refreshments and get a chance to enter a raffle drawing for a wellness basket! This expo is free and open to all. No registration is required.
Now that the school year is fully underway, the excitement of new teachers, old friends and first day photos is wearing off and the reality of getting through nightly homework assignments has set in. It seems like homework is so much more complicated these days, and even when we somehow get to the right answer, our kids tearfully tell us “that’s not the way the teacher showed us.”
Celebrate with guitarist/dancer Lisa Spraragen and guitarist / composer Josué Pérez joined by guest artists: Alexandra FiIipe and Patrick Dillery.