Family Game Day
Sunday, February 17th, 1:00 p.m.

Leave your phones at home or put them on "silent" for the afternoon while you spend time playing games, working on puzzles, and munching on a snack.

This event is a great time to reconnect with your family and friends without the distraction of technology.
ADULT | ADULT OFFERINGS
February 10th, 2:00 p.m.

Kevin Wood brings history to life, discussing what led Lincoln back into politics in the mid-1850s, his election as President, and the Civil War.  You'll hear directly from some of Mr. Lincoln's best-known speeches and writings and be inspired to hope as he did for a "new birth of freedom" for our country.



February 11th, 10:00 a.m.

Calm your mind and body though guided meditation with certified teacher Isabel Raci. Includes gentle yoga, so bring a mat or pillow. Chairs will be provided.

February 11th, 6:30 p.m.

Learn the basics of this simple, but powerful, editing software. Feel free to bring some photos or short video clips (in your phone, flash drive, email, etc.) to edit into a movie you can share with family or friends! 

Join a book club!

Clue: Mystery Book Club
Friday, Feb 8th, 10 a.m.
Before the Fall
- Noah Hawley

Book Buzz
Tuesday, Feb 12th, 7 p.m.
Underground Airlines
- Ben H. Winters

Books are available for check out at the Adult Help Desk.
BUSINESS | OFFERINGS FOR BUSINESSES
February 12th, 7:00 p.m.

The seminar looks at the different types of business entities and the tax requirements, benefits and disadvantages of each. It also covers areas such as income, deductions, payroll, payroll taxes, estimated taxes for business owners, record keeping requirements and several other important areas of tax law that business owners need to be aware of. Presented by SCORE.

FAMILY | OFFERINGS FOR THE FAMILY
Saturday Mornings

Come move your body every Saturday in the months of January and February. Our Friends at Mano a Mano will lead us in a bi-lingual, cross generational Zumba experience.
Wear comfortable clothing, and come prepared to feel the heat.

No registration required.
KID CITY | CHILDREN'S PROGRAMS

February 7th, 6:30 p.m.
Grades K-2

Spark your imagination, creativity, and lifelong connections with art inspired by some of our favorite books.




February 8th, 10:30 a.m.
Age 2-4

Getting messy has never been so much fun. Stop in anytime between 10:30 a.m. and 12:30 p.m. for your toddler to create a mini masterpiece with your help.



February 14th, 1:00 p.m.
Age 5-7

If you love the Princess in Black books, join us for a princess pouncing good time! We’ll talk about the books, make masks and crowns! Come dressed in your best princess, Goat Boy or superhero costume! 



February 18th, 1:30 p.m.
Ages 3 and up

This show opens with a series of famous classic paintings with a superhero twist. The artist will walk through the process of creating a comic book series. Then you will work with the artist to create a unique superhero.


WELL READ | BOOKS WE LOVE
French Exit
by Patrick DeWitt

Submitted by Terri S.
A wise and witty comedy of manners that had me laughing out loud! Frances Price, nearly bankrupted by her infamous husband’s tabloid death, flees New York for Paris, with her love-struck deadbeat son, Malcom. Along for the ride is their house cat, Small Frank, who Frances believes to be the reincarnation of her deceased husband, come back to haunt her. Once settled in their apartment, Frances and Malcom are joined by an ensemble of quirky characters. Lorna Raver is the perfect voice to narrate this crazy little story. A bit of dark humor and a welcome change of pace. Hilarious and fun!

The Penguin Who Knew Too Much
by Donna Andrews

Submitted by Kim S.
This lighthearted cozy mystery will have you laughing along with the large extended Langslow clan. The last thing Meg and Michael expect when they move into their new home is a colony of penguins and a dead body in the basement! Chaos reigns when the local zoo goes bankrupt and Meg works out just who the dead man is and what to do with all those abandoned animals as she tracks down a killer and wrangles her crazy but loving family. 
(Mystery)

Joyful: The Surprising Power of Ordinary Things to Create Extraordinary Happiness
by Ingrid Fetell Lee

Submitted by Kelly K.
Love, love, love this book! A reminder to look around at what brings you joy, to enjoy color, textures, and shapes that make us happy. Confetti, balloons, flowers – think about enhancing your surroundings and wardrobe; sing, dance and make playful changes every day to make yourself smile.  This book will renew your energy and make you able to find more joy in your everyday life.
(Non-Fiction)

The Witch Elm
by Tana French

Submitted by Kim S.
Just how much does luck shape who you are? That is the question Toby must grapple with when his happy-go-lucky and charmed life suddenly takes an unexpected turn. After a brutal attack, Toby returns to the ancestral home where he spent idyllic summers with his cousins and uncle. Reconnecting with family leads to unexpected revelations leaving Toby to wonder how well he ever really knew them or himself. This superbly written mystery delves into the world of self-discovery and family drama that comes when life is upended and you must reevaluate everything you thought you knew. 
(Mystery)