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Want to make your own game but don't know where to start? Come join the Eaton Library's new Gaming Discussion and Design Group! You will learn about where to find ideas and resources, and be able to interact with people who also want to make their own games. Meets every first Monday of the month from 6:30-7:30.
No sewing involved! Bring your own T-shirt and learn how you can cut it into the shape of a tote bag. Visit the Eaton Library or call 456-4331 to sign up for this craft.
We will provide the rocks and paints, you bring the creativity! (We will provide some ideas to jump-start your creativity, too.) All supplies provided. Visit the Eaton Library or call 456-4331 to sign up for this craft.
Learn the very basics of using sites like eBay and Amazon. We will also discuss online safety and the advantages and disadvantages of online shopping. Some computer experience strongly preferred.
Make your own colorful sand art candles at the Eaton Library! All supplies provided. Visit the Eaton Library or call 456-4331 to sign up for this craft.
We will be stamping alcohol ink onto washers to create colorful necklaces (or earrings, if you prefer!) All supplies provided. Visit the Eaton Library or call 456-4331 to sign up for this craft.
Get to the Eaton Branch Library early for the best selection of fiction, nonfiction, young adult, and children's books during the February Book Sale! The sale will run from Saturday, February 17 through Saturday, March 3rd at the Eaton Library at 301 N. Barron St. There are no set prices. All sales are through donation only. Grab what you want and give as much as you can. All funds raised support the Eaton Library.
Follow the style of artist Roy Lichtenstein by using Ben-Day dots in your artwork!
This technique is famous in Pop Art, comic books, and printing. Students will get a chance to experiment with creating different textures and colors in this style.
Please register for this program in advance by calling 937-456-4331
Join us for an afternoon of teen board game and card game favorites! Snacks provided!
The book club members will discuss "Genius: The Game" by Leopoldo Gout.