Events for Saturday, May 4, 2013
3:30 - 4:30 p.m.
Let's honor Cinco de Mayo early! Come join us to play a game of pin-the-tail on the donkey and take turns at our pinata! All ages are welcome.
10:30 - 12:30
Paws To Read Program
Harvey is now at Ginter Park and is waiting for your child to come and read to him. Harvey is a Greyhound dog who loves children and is a wonderful listener. Reading aloud now has a new twist! Come and read to Harvey and practice those reading skills at the same time. Please call the library to set up a time to read 646-1236.
Knitting Club @ Main
Taught by Virshon Carrington, a member of our Teen Advisory Group, join us as we share the joy of knitting. Supplies will be provided, but you can bring your own and maybe extra to share! For teens and adults. Children’s Activity Room or “Outside of the Box Area in General Collection
While supplies last!
Free Comic Book Day for Children & Teens@ Main
Come to the Children’s Department to get a “free” comic book for this National Free Comic Book Day event.
Saturday Story Teller
Join Ms. Anne for some great Appalachian Story Telling. All ages!
Book Making Workshop
In celebration of Children's Book Day, Sarah Hand from the Visual Arts Center of Richmond presents two free youth/family art workshops.
What is Co-housing
Find out how future neighbors join together to build sustainable low-impact neighborhoods that value sharing and environmental planning.
Master Gardeners Help
Virginia Cooperative Extension Services will provide a Master Gardener on Saturdays to help answer all your gardening questions and concerns.
They will be at Main on May 4, 11,and 18
Ready, Set, Grow! Container Gardening
Marlene Sehen, our favorite Community Gardener, will tell us about container gardening for every space, and help us plant a healthy and delicious spring garden. Please bring your own container. We will provide the plants, soil and expert guidance. Space is limited. You MUST register.
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