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Eldorado Branch will be closed Thursday, August 22, 2019 for maintenance.
It is the time of the year for the creepy and unusual...and in keeping with jack-o-lanterns and trick or treaters, we bring you a program sure to please young and old!
Preble County Potterwatch is hosting its first ever recruitment event!
Join us for an hour of Harry Potter themed fun! This program will include snacks, crafts, and activities all based around the wizarding world. (Harry Potter Yoga starts at 7:00!) We will have raffle prizes, Harry Potter Valentines, trivia, and plenty more!
Bring a couple of friends for a night of fun, and learn about our chapter of the Harry Potter Alliance. This event is targeted to anyone in grades 6-12, and is FREE!
Join us for our LGBTQ+ teen group!
This meeting is a safe space, open to local teens (including allies!) in grades 6-12. Join us for open discussion, as well as resources and information.
The group will provide activities, conversation, planning of future program ideas, and more!
For more information, contact Youthservices@preblelibrary.org
Our second book for 2019 will be Hidden by Helen Frost.
Hidden is a story told in poetic form from the alternating viewpoints of Wren Abbott and Darra Monson.
When Wren Abbott and Darra Monson are eight years old, Darra's father steals a minivan. He doesn't know that Wren is hiding in the back. The hours and days that follow change the lives of both girls. Darra is left with a question that only Wren can answer. Wren has questions, too.
Join us for a tween program on Vlogging!
You've probably seen youtube celebrities giving video blogs online... now it's your chance to try!
This will be the first episode of our new library vlog Library, Camera, Action! Participants will get a chance to pick their own topic to discuss on the show. They will also get to help write, film, and edit the final piece. The finished work of Library, Camera, Action! will be available on our library Youtube page following the event.
This art program will let homeschool students create their own foam stamps for print making!
Learn about stamping in art, and experiment with a few techniques to create your very own, one-of-a-kind work of art.
*This program is open to all ages of home educated students, and is a repeat of the February 20th program. Please register in advance.*
*This program is open to all ages of home educated students, and will be repeated on February 27th. Please register in advance.*
Learn the basics of Microsoft PowerPoint: creating and customizing slides, inserting pictures, playing slide shows, and so forth. Some computer experience strongly preferred.
*Registration is required for this free program. Register by stopping in at the library or by calling (937) 456-5562. All programs and events hosted by the library are free to attend.
Paint along with a classic episode of The Joy of Painting! All supplies provided.
New to Excel? Learn the difference between cells, rows and columns, as well as basic formulas and functions and formatting techniques. Some computer experience required.