January 2, 2024
City Council Chambers in City Hall
Would you like to learn cross stitch or embroidery? Would you like to meet others with the same interests? Whether you're a beginner or
an expert, you're invited to join Molly Wright in the Area History Room every Saturday morning from 10:30 am to noon. We will be expanding our textile arts programs over the next year, so stay tuned!
There’s no percussion soloist like Mark Shelton! The one-man concert can include performances on marimba, hammered dulcimer, handpan, bodhran, bones, cajon, and electronic percussion. Original compositions, arrangements, and improvisations draw from his experiences in classical, jazz, folk, and popular music. The high energy performances are balanced with a good dose of anecdotes from Mark’s rural West Tennessee roots and his years as a freelance musician. Thank you to the Friends of the Library for sponsoring this event. All are welcome.
Library Board Room
Are you a fan of mystery books and true crime podcasts? Then this is the book club for you! Please join us in the Library Board Room on the second Saturday of each month from 3 to 4 pm. Please email Jennifer Pettit at email@example.com to reserve a space, and also please include in your email whether you prefer a physical book or an e-book version. Ages 18+
Use your creativity, critical thinking, and maker skills to craft something unique using only the random art and craft supplies provided on the Art Cart that will be out in the Children's Dept. on Saturdays in January. Look for some wintery weather art challenges this month! You may take your art home or leave it with us to display on the Art Wall.
We're firing up the GPL Esports Unturned dedicated LAN server. Stop by and log in to try and survive the zombie infested city with friends. Explore, build a safe zone, farm, build, and discover. Ages 10+.
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