Presented by Susan Talbot-Stanaway, this presentation will cover the different roles, beliefs, and circumstances surrounding Ohioans during World War 1. Displays and information will be available regarding Preble Veterans of WWI and general WWI items and information.
Our first book club will discuss The Art of Secrets by James Klise.
This monthly program will allow young filmmakers the opportunity to learn more about the production process, without the time commitment of our Tween Filmmakers Club.
November's film workshop will focus on acting!
When it comes to film, on-screen work is just as important as what happens behind the scenes. Use this workshop to pick up some tips and tricks for acting in front of a camera (or on stage!).
No experience is necessary, and registration is not required.
*This program is intended for ages 8-12*
Join us for an afternoon of teen game favorites like Telestrations and Pit!
*This program is intended for grades 6 -12*
Celebrate the Five Dollar Founding Father with our own tribute to A. Ham.
The party (for grades 6-12) will include trivia about the broadway show, as well as the historical figure himself. There will be a lyric knowledge quiz, a sing a long opportunity, and a special Hamilton t-shirt decoration craft.
*Please bring a plain shirt in your size to decorate for the craft!*
Note: Due to the popularity of this program, advance registration is required.
Paint along with a classic episode of The Joy of Painting with Bob Ross!
Materials to create one oil painting will be provided.
Space is limited, and registration is required in advance. Sign up at the Eaton library, or by e-mailing MagraceL@preblelibrary.org
Join us for LEGO Club! School-age children can come in and build, complete challenges and just have fun! The program will meet on the last Monday of the month, from 4 pm- 5 pm.
*Children can build with the library's LEGO collection . If you bring LEGOs from home to build with, please bring them in a container labeled with your child's name.
Camden's Southern Ohio Supernatural will be coming to the Eaton Library on October 28 to talk about what they do and share some of their most exciting stories!
We will start right at the beginning with this computer class and talk about what a computer is and what it does, essential vocabulary, the basics of operating systems and what you can expect to find on your computer screen. There will also be practice with basic mouse operation and typing.
For the adult holiday craft this year, we will empty out the crafting cabinet and you can use our supplies to create Christmas gifts, Christmas crafts, house decorations, or anything you wish. Bonus: you can use the equipment in our new makerspace if you wish! We will have some potential craft ideas available. All supplies provided.