All Library branches will be closed Sunday, April 20, in observance of Easter.

LIBRARY PROGRAMS FOR ADULTS

Saturday, April 19, 2014

  • Strafford Branch Library - Tweets, Friend Requests & Hashtags: Parenting in the Digital Age
    10:00 am for adults.
    Learn about the benefits and hidden dangers your children could be exposed to through texting, cyber-bullying and social networks during this educational seminar no parent should miss. The presentation will include information about popular sites such as Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and SnapChat. Attendees will receive a complimentary copy of ComputerCop, a computer monitoring software purchased with confiscated drug money. Sponsored by the Greene County Sheriff's office and the Library.
  • Library Center - Saturday Afternoon at the Movies: Silent Comedy Greats
    2:00 pm in the auditorium for all ages.
    Enjoy a Saturday matinee with a silent comedy classic. Feel free to bring your own snack. Harold Lloyd's "Speedy," not rated, 1928.
  • Park Central Branch Library - Make Your Own Dog Treats
    2:00 pm for adults.
    Learn how to prepare delicious, nutritious treats for your dog from Becca Essenburg Kalch, Becca's Barkery, and take home some free samples for your four-legged friends. A Big Read event.
  • Park Central Branch Library - Park Central's Walk-in Weekend Theater
    6:30 pm for grade 7 and older.
    Join us every Saturday night for a fun film, popcorn included! "City Slickers II: The Legend of Curly's Gold," rated PG-13.

Sunday, April 20, 2014

  • Moxie Cinema - "Gold Rush" at the Moxie
    6:30 pm Moxie Cinema for all ages.
    Join us for Charlie Chaplin's "Gold Rush," not rated, at Moxie Cinema, 305 S. Campbell Ave., Suite 101. Admission is free. A Big Read event.

Monday, April 21, 2014

  • Library Center - Talk Time: Practice Your English
    6:30 pm to 7:30 pm in the Grafton room for adults.
    Are you learning to speak English and would like to improve? Meet with other members of the international community for casual conversations. Community volunteers lead the informal sessions.
  • Library Station - Wilderness Survival Skills with Bo Brown
    7:00 pm for adults.
    Missouri Master Naturalist Larry Maggard will replace Bo Brown as presenter of "Wilderness Survival Skills." Have you got what it takes to survive in the great outdoors? Learn survival skills such as making a fire, creating a shelter and constructing basic tools from Bo Brown, First Earth Wilderness School. A Big Read event.

Tuesday, April 22, 2014

  • Brentwood Branch Library - "The Call of the Wild" (Book Discussion)
    1:30 pm to 2:30 pm in the meeting room for adults.
    By Jack London. A Big Read event.
  • Midtown Carnegie Branch Library - Get Hooked on Loom Knitting
    4:00 pm to 6:00 pm in the upstairs meeting room for adults.
    Learn to knit with a loom to create hats, scarves, wraps and more. Or, bring your own project and master your technique.
  • Park Central Branch Library - Under-An-Hour Reading Club (Book Discussion)
    6:00 pm for adults.
    The Under-an-Hour Reading Club explores a new magazine article each week, sparking conversation over fresh topics and current events. It's the fun of a book club, but in less time--perfect for a busy schedule. Pick up a copy of the upcoming article at the Park Central Branch Library or find out about it on our Facebook page at facebook.com/parkcentrallibrary.
  • Library Center - Jack London’s Unforgettable Adventure: The Literary Influence of "The Call of the Wild"
    7:00 pm to 8:00 pm in the auditorium for adults.
    With "The Call of the Wild," Jack London created a classic, unforgettable adventure that can be appreciated by readers of all ages. Learn more about its lasting literary influence from Dr. Joel D. Chaston, Distinguished Professor of English at Missouri State University. A Big Read event.

Wednesday, April 23, 2014

  • Library Center - Genealogy Workshops
    9:30 am in the auditorium for adults.
    Genetic Genealogy: DNA, the Newest Tool for Family History Research Part II. Now that you have the results, what do they say? Learn how to interpret the DNA test results from Library staff member Patti Hobbs and apply the data to your family history research. Sponsored by Ozarks Genealogical Society.
  • Mother's Brewing Company - "The Call of the Wild" (Downtown Book Club)
    5:30 pm to 7:00 pm Mother's Brewing Company for age 21 and older.
    The conversation will be flowing as we discuss provocative fiction, nonfiction and memoir at Mother's Brewing Company Tasting Room, 215 S. Grant Ave. Join us for a discussion of this year's Big Read selection, "The Call of the Wild" by Jack London. A Big Read event.
  • Midtown Carnegie Branch Library - Local Hikes With Mike
    6:00 pm to 7:00 pm in the upstairs meeting room for adults.
    No one knows the Ozarks wilds like Mike Mihalik. He's led countless hikes in the area and explored trails of all difficulty levels as a master naturalist and longtime volunteer with the Springfield Conservation Nature Center. Learn about some of the best hikes in the area for family-friendly day trips or adventure-filled excursions. A Big Read event.

Thursday, April 24, 2014

  • Library Station - "The Call of the Wild" (Book Discussion)
    1:30 pm to 2:30 pm in the Santa Fe room for adults.
    Visit with others about the current read. "The Call of the Wild" by Jack London.
  • Springfield Art Museum - Call of the Wild: An Evening with Military Survivalist and Adventurer Cade Courtley
    7:00 pm Springfield Art Museum for all ages.
    Please note: Cade Courtley replaces the previously scheduled author Don Mann. Cade Courtley is a former Navy SEAL, survivalist and author of "SEAL Survival Guide: A Navy SEAL’s Secrets to Surviving Any Disaster." He also hosted and produced the Spike TV/Discovery International original series "Surviving Disaster." He was the class leader in his Basic Underwater Demolition/ SEAL training. After 19 months, two Hell Weeks, three broken legs and a fractured skull, Lt. Courtley graduated in 2002 and became a Navy SEAL. He was chosen to attend the elite SEAL Sniper school. During his nine years of active duty, Courtley led highly classified, high-risk operations around the world as an assistant platoon commander, SEAL Team Two; and later platoon commander, SEAL Team One. In recent years he has made television and film appearances, wrote and produced a screenplay, and on occasion returns to his former high-risk profession with tours to Iraq and Afghanistan working as a Security Contractor for a government agency. His background in military Special Operations led him to host and produce the Spike TV/Discovery International original series "Surviving Disaster," 2010. Cade will sell and sign books after the event.

Saturday, April 26, 2014

  • - Document Shredding Day
    9:00 am to 1:00 pm for adults.
    Gather up unwanted documents, and take advantage of this free shredding service at Great Southern Bank Operations Center, 218 S. Glenstone Ave. Drive up and drop off up to five (5) bags or boxes of documents to be securely shredded on-the-spot! No cardboard or three-ring binders please. Sponsored by the Better Business Bureau, Great Southern Bank and the Library. A Money Smart Week event.
  • Library Center - Tweets, Friend Requests & Hashtags: Parenting in the Digital Age
    10:00 am in meeting room A for adults.
    Learn about the benefits and hidden dangers your children could be exposed to through texting, cyber-bullying and social networks during this educational seminar no parent should miss. The presentation will include information about popular sites such as Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and SnapChat. Attendees will receive a complimentary copy of ComputerCop, a computer monitoring software purchased with confiscated drug money. Sponsored by the Greene County Sheriff's office and the Library.
  • Park Central Branch Library - Park Central's Walk-in Weekend Theater
    6:30 pm for grade 7 and older.
    Join us every Saturday night for a fun film, popcorn included! "Dances with Wolves," rated PG-13. A Big Read event.

Monday, April 28, 2014

  • Library Center - Talk Time: Practice Your English
    6:30 pm to 7:30 pm in the Grafton room for adults.
    Are you learning to speak English and would like to improve? Meet with other members of the international community for casual conversations. Community volunteers lead the informal sessions.
  • Republic Branch Library - Tweets, Friend Requests & Hashtags: Parenting in the Digital Age
    7:00 pm for adults.
    Learn about the benefits and hidden dangers your children could be exposed to through texting, cyber-bullying and social networks during this educational seminar no parent should miss. The presentation will include information about popular sites such as Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and SnapChat. Attendees will receive a complimentary copy of ComputerCop, a computer monitoring software purchased with confiscated drug money. Sponsored by the Greene County Sheriff's office and the Library.

Tuesday, April 29, 2014

  • Midtown Carnegie Branch Library - Get Hooked on Loom Knitting
    4:00 pm to 6:00 pm in the upstairs meeting room for adults.
    Learn to knit with a loom to create hats, scarves, wraps and more. Or, bring your own project and master your technique.
  • Park Central Branch Library - Under-An-Hour Reading Club (Book Discussion)
    6:00 pm for adults.
    The Under-an-Hour Reading Club explores a new magazine article each week, sparking conversation over fresh topics and current events. It's the fun of a book club, but in less time--perfect for a busy schedule. Pick up a copy of the upcoming article at the Park Central Branch Library or find out about it on our Facebook page at facebook.com/parkcentrallibrary.

Wednesday, April 30, 2014

  • Midtown Carnegie Branch Library - On the Appalachian Trail with Marcus Ross
    6:00 pm to 7:00 pm in the upstairs meeting room for adults.
    The Appalachian Trail: 2,200 miles of the most beautiful -- and dangerous -- wilderness in the country. In 2013, Marcus Ross set off with a 25-pound pack and hiked from the trail’s start in Georgia to its endpoint in Maine. Ross will lead us down the trail with him through photographs and stories, all from the comfort of the Library. A Big Read event.

Thursday, May 1, 2014

  • Library Station - Adult Storytime
    10:30 am in the Santa Fe room for adults.
    Join us for an interactive storytime aimed at adults with developmental disabilities. We will introduce topics of interest with stories and activities.
  • Library Station - Adult Storytime
    1:30 pm in the Santa Fe room for adults.
    Join us for an interactive storytime aimed at adults with developmental disabilities. We will introduce topics of interest with stories and activities.
  • Brentwood Branch Library - "The Burgess Boys" (Evening Book Discussion)
    6:30 pm in the meeting room for adults.
    By Elizabeth Strout.
  • Library Center - "Code Name Verity" (NXT Chapter: A Book Group for 20/30-Somethings)
    7:30 pm in the Harrison room for ages 20-39.
    By Elizabeth Wein. Refreshments will be provided.

Friday, May 2, 2014

  • Park Central Branch Library - First Friday Art Walk
    6:00 pm to 9:00 pm for all ages.
    6 p.m. Local authors Sharon Kizziah-Holmes, Shirley McCann, VJ Schultz and Susan Keene will read from their works and sell and sign their books. On display: Works in Fiber and Fabric by Ellen Neville.

Saturday, May 3, 2014

  • Brentwood Branch Library - Hypertufa Mushrooms
    10:00 am to 12:00 pm in the meeting room for age 18 and older.
    Hypertufa is a rock-like substance you can use to make your own beautiful garden pots or decor. Learn how to mix and mold your own hypertufa creations to personalize your garden.
    Registration starts April 21; call 883-1974.
  • Brentwood Branch Library - Hypertufa Mushrooms
    1:00 pm to 3:00 pm in the meeting room for age 18 and older.
    Hypertufa is a rock-like substance you can use to make your own beautiful garden pots or decor. Learn how to mix and mold your own hypertufa creations to personalize your garden.
    Registration starts April 21; call 883-1974.
  • Midtown Carnegie Branch Library - Saturday Matinee: Cult Classics Film Fest
    2:00 pm to 3:00 pm in the upstairs meeting room for all ages.
    "Labyrinth," rated PG. Popcorn will be provided.
  • Park Central Branch Library - Park Central's Walk-in Weekend Theater
    6:30 pm for grade 7 and older.
    Join us every Saturday night for a fun film, popcorn included! "Inception," rated PG-13.

Monday, May 5, 2014

  • Library Center - Talk Time: Practice Your English
    6:30 pm to 7:30 pm in the Grafton room for adults.
    Are you learning to speak English and would like to improve? Meet with other members of the international community for casual conversations. Community volunteers lead the informal sessions.
  • Library Center - Genealogy Workshops
    7:00 pm in the auditorium for adults.
    Armchair Research: Member Doris Wilson will discuss online blogs and webinars that can increase your knowledge and research skills. Sponsored by Ozarks Genealogical Society.

Tuesday, May 6, 2014

  • Brentwood Branch Library - Learn How to Check Out Library E-books
    1:30 pm in the meeting room for adults.
    Learn to check out and download e-books from the Library and read them on your digital device, e-reader, tablet or smartphone. Bring your device fully charged and registered along with your account passwords. If you have an e-ink device you’ll also need a USB cord and a laptop (if you have one). No registration required.
  • Midtown Carnegie Branch Library - Get Hooked on Loom Knitting
    4:00 pm to 6:00 pm in the upstairs meeting room for adults.
    Learn to knit with a loom to create hats, scarves, wraps and more. Or, bring your own project and master your technique.
  • Park Central Branch Library - Under-An-Hour Reading Club (Book Discussion)
    6:00 pm for adults.
    The Under-an-Hour Reading Club explores a new magazine article each week, sparking conversation over fresh topics and current events. It's the fun of a book club, but in less time--perfect for a busy schedule. Pick up a copy of the upcoming article at the Park Central Branch Library or find out about it on our Facebook page at facebook.com/parkcentrallibrary.
  • Library Center - Stargazing with the Springfield Astronomical Society
    8:30 pm Patio for all ages.
    Members of the Springfield Astronomical Society will set up their telescopes on the Library Center's south lawn to give us an "up-close" view of the night sky. Rain Date: May 13.

Wednesday, May 7, 2014

  • Midtown Carnegie Branch Library - "The Night Guest" (Brown Bag Book Discussion)
    12:00 pm in the upstairs meeting room for adults.
    Bring your lunch and take a break from your workday. "The Night Guest" by Fiona McFarlane.
  • Midtown Carnegie Branch Library - Panel Discussion: Take the Bike to Work Week Challenge
    6:00 pm to 7:00 pm in the upstairs meeting room for adults.
    In celebration of Bike to Work Week, May 12-16, a panel of bike and commuting experts will discuss the safest, cheapest and easiest ways to get around Springfield year-round without a car. Panelists include Melissa Spurlock, City Utilities Bus Services supervisor; Lori Tack, Ozark Greenways program coordinator and Leslie Pruitt and Jordan Sembler from Queen City Cycles.

Thursday, May 8, 2014

  • Republic Branch Library - "The Light Between Oceans" (Book Discussion)
    1:30 pm for adults.
    By M.L. Stedman.
  • Midtown Carnegie Branch Library - "Crooked Letter, Crooked Letter" (Book Discussion)
    6:00 pm to 7:00 pm in the upstairs meeting room for adults.
    By Tom Franklin.

Friday, May 9, 2014

  • Northview Center - "Peace Like a River" (Northview Book Club)
    10:30 am to 11:30 am Northview Center for senior adults.
    Check out our Library-sponsored book group just for seniors. We meet every second Friday of the month at the Northview Center in Doling Park, 301 E. Talmage. No registration is necessary. "Peace Like a River" by Leif Enger.

Saturday, May 10, 2014

  • Strafford Branch Library - Pin It Down with Pinterest
    1:00 pm for adults.
    Curious about Pinterest? Learn how to make the most of the online pinboard and make a Pinterest-inspired craft. Materials will be provided.
    Registration starts April 12; call 736-9233.
  • Brentwood Branch Library - "Tekkon Kinkreet: Black & White" (Graphic Novels for Grown-Ups)
    4:30 pm in the meeting room for adults.
    Whether you’re new to the medium or have grown up with it, join us as we read and discuss contemporary and classic graphic literature from around the world. "Tekkon Kinkreet: Black & White" by Taiyo Matsumoto.
  • Park Central Branch Library - Park Central's Walk-in Weekend Theater
    6:30 pm for grade 7 and older.
    Join us every Saturday night for a fun film, popcorn included! "Ocean's Eleven," rated PG-13.

Monday, May 12, 2014

  • Library Center - Living and Decoding Asperger's Syndrome
    6:30 pm in the auditorium for all ages.
    Aaron Likens, a public speaker, published author and avid blogger, was diagnosed with Asperger’s Syndrome - a high-functioning form of autism - at age 20. Now 30, Aaron will share how the Autism Spectrum Disorder works in a talk about his book, "Finding Kansas: Living and Decoding Asperger’s Syndrome." Aaron is also an Autism Ambassador at Life Skills/TouchPoint Autism Services. Aaron will sell and sign his book at the event.
  • Library Station - What’s Hot in Publishing
    6:30 pm in the Santa Fe room for adults.
    Want to know what the hottest titles are for the summer? Join Library Collection Services staff as they discuss new print fiction and nonfiction books for all ages, trends in genres, the publishing world and more. This is your chance to gain insight and be in the know before everyone else.

Tuesday, May 13, 2014

  • Midtown Carnegie Branch Library - Get Hooked on Loom Knitting
    4:00 pm to 6:00 pm in the upstairs meeting room for adults.
    Learn to knit with a loom to create hats, scarves, wraps and more. Or, bring your own project and master your technique.
  • Park Central Branch Library - Under-An-Hour Reading Club (Book Discussion)
    6:00 pm for adults.
    The Under-an-Hour Reading Club explores a new magazine article each week, sparking conversation over fresh topics and current events. It's the fun of a book club, but in less time--perfect for a busy schedule. Pick up a copy of the upcoming article at the Park Central Branch Library or find out about it on our Facebook page at facebook.com/parkcentrallibrary.
  • Brentwood Branch Library - Foreign Film Festival
    6:30 pm in the meeting room for adults.
    "1981," not rated; French with English subtitles.

Wednesday, May 14, 2014

  • Library Center - Genealogy Workshops
    9:30 am in the auditorium for adults.
    Research Trip Follow-up: Members will discuss their experiences from the regional repository research trip to Kansas City. Sponsored by Ozarks Genealogical Society.
  • Library Center - "The Girls of Atomic City: The Untold Story of the Women Who Helped Win World War II" (Book Discussion)
    1:00 pm in meeting room A for adults.
    By Denise Kiernan.
  • Fair Grove Branch Library - "True Grit" (Book Discussion)
    1:30 pm for adults.
    By Charles Portis.

Thursday, May 15, 2014

  • - "Water for Elephants"
    1:30 pm to 2:30 pm for senior adults.
    Check out our Library-sponsored book group just for seniors. We meet every third Wednesday of the month at the South Side Senior Center, 2215 S. Fremont Ave. No registration is necessary. "Water for Elephants," by Sara Gruen.
  • Midtown Carnegie Branch Library - Historic Sites and Sounds of Springfield
    6:00 pm to 7:00 pm in the upstairs meeting room for adults.
    Photographer David J. Eslick will be your tour guide through pictures and sounds of Springfield's past in celebration of Historic Preservation Month.

Friday, May 16, 2014

  • Park Central Branch Library - The Unbound Mic Sessions
    7:00 pm to 9:00 pm for adults.
    Share your talents in our monthly open mic nights hosted by LemonDrop. Modern Epic will join us March 21 and May 16. Soloists, bring along your chord changes and they'll accompany you. Sign-up starts at 6:30 p.m.

Saturday, May 17, 2014

  • Library Center - Saturday Afternoon at the Movies: Silent Comedy Greats
    2:00 pm in the auditorium for all ages.
    Enjoy a Saturday matinee with a silent comedy classic. Feel free to bring a snack. Buster Keaton's "The Cameraman," not rated, 1928.
  • Park Central Branch Library - Park Central's Walk-in Weekend Theater
    6:30 pm for grade 7 and older.
    Join us every Saturday night for a fun film, popcorn included! "Ocean's Twelve," rated PG-13.
  • Library Center - Geezerfest Spring Fling Concert
    7:00 pm Patio for all ages.
    Geezer will perform its great blend of 60s and 70s rock along with a few newer numbers. Meet the new drummer, David Sharon, as he joins Richard Struckhoff, Mark Ellman, Mark Pasquale, Duane Lewis, Rusty Swift and Jana Henderson to help us celebrate spring and get ready for summer. Sponsored by Friends of the Library.

Monday, May 19, 2014

  • Library Center - "Shiloh" (Civil War Book Discussion Group)
    7:00 pm to 8:00 pm in meeting room B for adults.
    By Shelby Foote.
  • Library Station - Tweets, Friend Requests & Hashtags: Parenting in the Digital Age
    7:00 pm in the Santa Fe room for adults.
    Learn about the benefits and hidden dangers your children could be exposed to through texting, cyber-bullying and social networks during this educational seminar no parent should miss. The presentation will include information about popular sites such as Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and SnapChat. Attendees will receive a complimentary copy of ComputerCop, a computer monitoring software purchased with confiscated drug money. Sponsored by the Greene County Sheriff's office and the Library.

Tuesday, May 20, 2014

  • Ash Grove Branch Library - "The Round House" (Book Discussion)
    1:30 pm to 2:30 pm for adults.
    By Louise Erdrich.
  • Midtown Carnegie Branch Library - Get Hooked on Loom Knitting
    4:00 pm to 6:00 pm in the upstairs meeting room for adults.
    Learn to knit with a loom to create hats, scarves, wraps and more. Or, bring your own project and master your technique.
  • Park Central Branch Library - Under-An-Hour Reading Club (Book Discussion)
    6:00 pm for adults.
    The Under-an-Hour Reading Club explores a new magazine article each week, sparking conversation over fresh topics and current events. It's the fun of a book club, but in less time--perfect for a busy schedule. Pick up a copy of the upcoming article at the Park Central Branch Library or find out about it on our Facebook page at facebook.com/parkcentrallibrary.

Wednesday, May 21, 2014

  • Brentwood Branch Library - Brown Bag Travelogue: Antarctica
    12:00 pm in the meeting room for adults.
    Antarctica as a travel destination? Yes! Join Mary Blanche as she shares tales and photos from a once-in-a-lifetime trip to Earth's southernmost continent. Bring a sack lunch.
  • Midtown Carnegie Branch Library - Lunch & Learn
    12:00 pm to 1:00 pm in the upstairs meeting room for adults.
    Bring your lunch to this informal lecture series and learn while you eat. Life in Estonia: Stories of a Peace Corps Volunteer with Erin Gray, Republic Branch Library manager.

Thursday, May 22, 2014

  • Library Station - "The Penny" (Book Discussion)
    1:30 pm to 2:30 pm in the Santa Fe room for adults.
    Visit with others about the current read. "The Penny" by Joyce Meyer.

Friday, May 23, 2014

  • Park Central Branch Library - Community in Action!
    7:00 pm to 9:00 pm for adults.
    Learn about community development through Springfield's neighborhood associations. This session will feature representatives from Community Partnership of the Ozarks, the Grant Beach Neighborhood Association and Moon City Creative District.
    Registration starts May 6; call 831-1342.

Saturday, May 24, 2014

  • Park Central Branch Library - Park Central's Walk-in Weekend Theater
    6:30 pm for grade 7 and older.
    Join us every Saturday night for a fun film, popcorn included! "Ocean's Thirteen," rated PG-13.

Tuesday, May 27, 2014

  • Brentwood Branch Library - "The Rosie Project" (Book Discussion)
    1:30 pm to 2:30 pm in the meeting room for adults.
    By Graeme Simsion.
  • Midtown Carnegie Branch Library - Get Hooked on Loom Knitting
    4:00 pm to 6:00 pm in the upstairs meeting room for adults.
    Learn to knit with a loom to create hats, scarves, wraps and more. Or, bring your own project and master your technique.
  • Park Central Branch Library - Under-An-Hour Reading Club (Book Discussion)
    6:00 pm for adults.
    The Under-an-Hour Reading Club explores a new magazine article each week, sparking conversation over fresh topics and current events. It's the fun of a book club, but in less time--perfect for a busy schedule. Pick up a copy of the upcoming article at the Park Central Branch Library or find out about it on our Facebook page at facebook.com/parkcentrallibrary.

Wednesday, May 28, 2014

  • Library Center - Genealogy Workshops
    9:30 am in the auditorium for adults.
    Working on the Railroad: If your ancestor worked for a railroad there may be records about his employment and his family. Library staff member Renee Glass will show you how to determine if an ancestor worked for the railroad and where records about him or her can be found. Sponsored by Ozarks Genealogical Society.
  • Mother's Brewing Company - "Mr. Penumbra’s 24-Hour Bookstore" (Downtown Book Club)
    5:30 pm to 7:00 pm Mother's Brewing Company for age 21 and older.
    The conversation will be flowing as we discuss provocative fiction, nonfiction and memoir at Mother's Brewing Company Tasting Room, 215 S. Grant Ave. "Mr. Penumbra’s 24-Hour Bookstore" by Robin Sloan.
  • Library Center - Learn How to Check Out Library E-books
    7:00 pm in meeting room A for adults.
    Learn to check out and download e-books from the Library and read them on your digital device, e-reader, tablet or smartphone. Bring your device fully charged and registered along with your account passwords. If you have an e-ink device you’ll also need a USB cord and a laptop (if you have one). No registration required.

Saturday, May 31, 2014

  • Park Central Branch Library - Park Central's Walk-in Weekend Theater
    6:30 pm for grade 7 and older.
    Join us every Saturday night for a fun film, popcorn included! "Now You See Me," rated PG-13.
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