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Washington Public Library Programs & Events

 

 

Around the World @ WPL

 

Thursday, July 17, 2014

2-3pm

Have a desire to travel abroad but not sure where to go or what to see?  Yearning to see the world but can't afford it?  Come to the library and take a trip with us!  Featured Country:  Mexico & the Monarch Butterflies

 

For everyone to enjoy.

 

9 Decades/9 Books

 May 1, 2014 to November 30, 2014

Celebrate the Washington Public Library's 90th Anniversary by reading through the decades!  We're challenging you to read one book that was published in each decade the library has been open.  Pick up your reading log at any of the circulation desks.  Reading lists will be available at the circulation desks to help you find a book, but you do not have to read a book from the list, any book originally published in the decade will count.  Prizes will be given and a "Finisher's Party" will be held in December for those who complete the challenge.     

 

 

"Fizz, Boom Read!"

 

Summer Reading Program

Power up with books!

Sign-ups begin Tuesday, May 27, 2014

Ends Saturday, August 2, 2014

For mad scientists of all ages

 

 

Programs for Children & Teens

 

Weekly Storytimes

Preschool (ages 3-6)

Tuesdays & Fridays 10 a.m.

June 3-July 11, 2014

 

Tot Time (ages 0-2)

Wednesdays 9 or 10 a.m.

June 4-July 9, 2014

 

Monthly Clubs

Chess Club

2nd Tuesday every month

&

4th Thursday every month

6:30-8 p.m.

 

All ages & abilities

 

LEGOs Club

3rd Tuesday every month

3:30-5 p.m.

Ages 6 up

 

Special Programs

 

Teen Gaming Night

3rd Thursday every month

6:30-8pm

Gamers, join us for a fun gaming night! Food! Fun! 

For 12 years and up.

 

 

Slime Time 

Thursday, July 17

City Hall--Basement

10-11 a.m.

Ooey, gooey fun with flubber, playdough and other messy makers.  ***Limit of 30.  Registration starts Monday, July 7th.***  

 

For ages 8 and up.

 

 

Earth's Classroom

Thursday, July 24

10-11 a.m.

Discover fun facts about Missouri ecology.   

 

For ages 7 and up.

 

Faux Bot Contest 

Tuesday, July 29

1-3pm

Compete against the clock to build a non-working robot (AKA faux bot) and you could win a Michael's gift card.  One $50 and two $25 gift cards will be awarded.  We supply the craft supplies; you supply the creativity.  Fire up the glue guns!  

***Registration starts Monday, July 21st.***

For ages 12 and up.

 

Programs for Adults

(See the Book Discussion Groups on their own link.)

 

 

Haunted Washington--The Washington Brewery

Tuesday, July 15 

6-7pm

***THIS EVENT HAS BEEN CANCELLED DUE

TO A

DEATH IN THE PRESENTERS FAMILY.***

Jon us for some paranormal science fun with Ginger Collins-Justus of Missouri History and Hauntings.  Ginger and Missouri History and Hauntings collect stories, promote history preservation, and visit the most haunted sites in Missouri.  Ginger will be talking about a local haunt, the Washington Brewery, and the spirits that may still be roaming the building. 

For everyone.

 

Around the World @ WPL

Thursday, July 17, 2014

2-3pm

Have a desire to travel abroad but not sure where to go or what to see?  Yearning to see the world but can't afford it?  Come to the library and take a trip with us!  Featured Country:  Mexico & the Monarch Butterflies

 

For everyone to enjoy.

 

Author Tom Larson

Friday, July 18, 2014

7pm

If you'd like to be educated and inspired by an author who has survived three heart attacks in five years, please join us for Tom Larson's free program.  

For everyone.

 

Environmental Missouri with Don Corrigan

 

Tuesday, July 22 

3-4pm

What's with the Asian Carp taking over our rivers?  Why are the bees disappearing? When will the Ozark Hellbender revive and thrive?  Don Corrigan, author and professor at Webster University, will be joining us to lead a discussion about environmental issues involving the air we breathe, the water we drink, and the land we inhabit in the Show-Me state.

For everyone.

 

Show Me Nature's Wrath--Tornado's in Missouri

Tuesday, July 22

7-8pm 

 

"If nasty weather counted as a criminal offense, then the number of felonies committed in the Missouri region would be quite simply mind-boggling."  Join Don Corrigan, author of Show Me Nature's Wrath, and Carolyn Mueller, author of Lily: a True Story of Courage and the Joplin Tornado, for a night of twister tales from the Show Me State!

For everyone.

 

All programs take place in the Library Meeting Room unless otherwise stated

 

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