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September - November 2012

www.dentonlibrary.com

(940) 349-8752

Special Guest Speakers Anglo-Saxon Herbal Healing Practices Dr. Susan Perry presents the results of her research of the Anglo-Saxon Lancnunga an herbal healing text & a book of superstitions. Her findings highlight the superstitious & efficacious herbal remedies found within the text. Dr. Perry is English faculty at Capella University, Texas Woman’s University & the University of Washington D.C. Co-Sponsored by the Denton Herb Society.

Sat. 09/01

Emily Fowler Library

10 am

About Autism: Information for Parents Learn more about autism & what treatments & resources are available for parents. This class is presented by Nicole Caldwell, M.Ed., M. a PhD student in Educational Psychology at the University of North Texas.

Tue. 09/18

Emily Fowler Library

7 pm

Composting 101 Learn the do’s & don’ts of composting with Karen Jackson, Master Gardener. For more information, call 349-8752.

Sat. 9/29

North Branch Library

10-11 am

Denton Herb Society Presents: Lectures on growing, propagating, & medicinal properties of herbs. No charge to attend. No registration needed. For more information, call 349-8752.

10/6 Cindy Reese, Master Gardener. Lecture: All Things Garlic 11/3 Shari Withey, Herbalist. Lecture: Urban Foraging Sat. North Branch Library

Science Lab: Weather Fascinated by the weather? Learn more in this exciting, hands-on workshop with weather experiments & homemade weather instruments. Supplies are limited; call 349-8718 to register. Ages 8 - 12.

Sat. 09/22 Emily Fowler Library

Homeschool Science Club 10 am-noon

The Role of Near-Death Experiences, Deathbed Visions, & After-Death Communication in Grief & Grief Counseling

Explore science in this hands-on class. Learn more about water & buoyancy. Supplies are limited, call 349-8752 to register. Ages 6–10

Wed. 09/26 Emily Fowler Library

Presented by Jan Holden, Ed.D., LPC-S, LMFT, NCC, Department Chair, Professor, Counseling & Higher Education, at UNT. Grief is a normal reaction to loss. Nevertheless, in response to the death of a loved one, grief can be challenging. According to anecdote & research evidence, experiencing or witnessing any of three types of transpersonal experiences – those that transcend the usual personal limits of space and/or time – often reduce grief. These three types of experiences & their effects on grief are the subject of Dr. Holden’s presentation.

Science Lab: Physics

Sat. 10/13

Fri. 10/12 Emily Fowler Library

Emily Fowler Library

3 pm

BIG Book Sale

Did you know that if you live in the City of Denton, you are eligible for a free library card? Out of city users can purchase a library membership. Join us to sign up for a library card as we putt our way through everything the library has to offer. Activities & events throughout the day.

Sat. 09/08 South Branch Library

9 am - 6 pm

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2:30 pm

See the principles of physics in action & learn how to conduct experiments with everyday materials in this hands-on workshop. Space is limited; call 349-8752 to register. Ages 8 - 12.

4pm

Glow Fun

Friends of the Denton Public Libraries

Sign Up & Swing

11 am

The Admission is $1 per person, or free for Friends members. Most items cost 50 cents or $1. Patrons can also buy a book bag for $12, & then fill it up with books at no additional charge. The sale raises money for the Denton Public Library for programs, materials & equipment.

Sat. 11/10 North Branch Library 10 am - 4 pm

Library Larry’s Big Day Join Library Larry, Emmy Lou Dickenson, & Mr. Chompers as they read books & visit exciting places in Denton. You can watch this awardwinning show every day at 7 am & 4 pm on Verizon channel 38, Charter channel 26, & Grande channel 12. Watch the current episode any time at www.librarylarry.com.

Ready for a glow-in-the-dark Halloween? Join us for these glowing activities: paint pumpkins, look for germs, make worms & much more! Call 349-8752 to register. Ages 8-12

Fri.10/19 South Branch Library

4 pm

Science Explorers: Mummies Discover the science behind mummification while having a petrifyingly good time. We will read mummy books, play mummy games, & make our own mummified apples. Ages 6-8.

Wed.10/24 North Branch Library

4 pm

Mad Scientist Laboratory Become a mad scientist & experiment with batches of oozing slime, bubbling potions & other gooey creations. Supplies are limited; call 349-8718 to register. Ages 8 - 12.

Sat. 10/27 Emily Fowler Library

For a complete schedule of all library events, visit www.dentonlibrary.com. North Branch Library

Emily Fowler Central Library

South Branch Library

3020 North Locust St.

502 Oakland St.

3228 Teasley Ln.

11 am


Teen Yoga Registered yoga instructor, Shae Ebrahimi, will guide you through a relaxing 30 minute session of teen-centered yoga. Wear loose fitting clothes (no short-shorts) & bring a mat or towel. Space is limited, call 349-8752 to register.

Sat. 09/08 North Branch Library

Teen Read Week Oct. 14- 20

2:30 pm

DPL Teen Advisory Board Help plan & run library programs. Discuss books, movies & music. Write reviews, make book trailers, work on service related projects, earn community service hours for school & more! For teens grades 6-12. For information call Juli Gonzalez at 349-8741.

Tue. 09/12, 10/09, 11/13 North Branch Library

6:30 - 8 pm

Zombie Night for Teens Are you prepared for the Zombie Apocalypse? Test your knowledge of zombie trivia & survival, & then join in zombie games, zombie snacks, & zombie crafts. Dress like a zombie for extra thrills. Supplies are limited, call 349-8752 to register. Ages 12 & up.

Tue. 10/16 Emily Fowler Library

7 pm

Babysitter’s Workshop

Favorite Character Halloween Bash

Learn great babysitting strategies, emergency procedures & more at this workshop presented by the City of Denton Fire Department. For teens 12 to 18. Space is limited, call 349-8752 to register.

Come dressed as your favorite book character for our costume contest. Enjoy trivia, food, & activities from some of your favorite books. For ages 11 & up.

Sat. 09/15/2012 North Branch Library

2-5 pm

Animanga Watch anime? Read Manga? Draw fan art? Join us to share your love of all things anime/manga. For teens grades 6-12. No meeting in November.

Wed. 09/19 & 10/17 North Branch Library

6:30 – 8 pm

Wed. 10/24 South Branch Library

Open Mic Afternoon Are you an aspiring musician, poet, comedian or actor? Have you been searching for a nonthreatening venue to debut your talents? Sign up to be a part of the NBL Teen Open Mic Afternoon. Perform for your peers in a coffee house atmosphere including hot drinks & pastries. For teens in 6 - 12th grade.

Sat. 10/27 North Branch Library

Totally Teen Fiction Makeover

7 pm

3 - 5 pm

When reading your favorite books, do you feel a connection with the lead characters? Become your favorite character through a make-up transformation. We will discuss who our favorite lead female characters are & why, & then everyone will be able to choose whoses "look" they want to wear.

International Gaming Day @ Your Library

Sat. 10/06 North Branch Library

Sat. 11/03 North Branch Library 10 am - 5 pm

2 – 3:30 pm

Join us as we celebrate International Gaming Day with a library full of gaming options! From board games, chess, card & video games, to painting miniatures for strategic/war gaming, there will be games to keep everyone challenged & entertained.

Weekly Classes ESL & GED Classes English as A Second Language (ESL) & General Education Development (GED) classes are offered by the Denton ISD Adult Education Department at North & Fowler Libraries. Please call 369-0091 for times & locations.

Chess Night Players of all ages & skill levels welcome.

Mondays North Branch Library

7-8:45 pm

North Branch Writers’ Critique Group If you write novels, short stories, poetry or creative non-fiction, check out this group. For information, please visit: www.sites.google.com/site/northbranchwriters.

Tuesdays North Branch Library

7-8:45 pm

SCORE (Service Corps of Retired Executives) SCORE is a nonprofit partner of the U.S. Small Business Administration that provides one-on-one business counseling at no cost. Call to make an appointment with the local counselor. Reservations are required & each session lasts about an hour. Call 349-8752 for an appointment.

Wednesdays South Branch Library

9 & 10 am

Exploring Philosophy Do you ever wonder . . . What is philosophy? Come & discuss philosophical questions with Dr. Eva H. Cadwallader, Professor of Philosophy, Emerita. No charge to attend. No registration needed. For more information, call 349-8752.

Wednesdays North Branch Library

7-8:30 pm

Conversation Club

Nutrition Classes

Craft Classes

The following programs are presented by “Better Living for Texans” a division of the Texas AgriLIFE Extension Service-Denton County Office. Participants who attend all classes will receive a certificate of completion.

Crafters’ Corner

Three Easy Bites That Won’t Weigh You Down Participants will learn about importance of breakfast & snacks as a vital part of a healthy diet, the “MyPlate” method, & how to create balanced meals. For age 55+. Call 349-8752 to register.

Mon. 09/17, 09/24 & 10/01 Emily Fowler Library

2:30-3:30 pm

Better Living for Texans-Nutrition Learn ways to improve diet & overall health. Includes information on choosing healthy foods, comparing prices, & preparing healthy meals. This class is for individuals & families with limited incomes who are eligible for nutrition-assistance programs. Call 349-8752 to register.

Tues. 10/02, 10/09, & 10/16 South Branch Library

2-3 pm

Get the Facts Learn about product nutrition fact labels, proper serving sizes, & how to reduce fat & sodium intakes. No registration needed. For info, call 349-8752.

Mon. 10/8, 10/15, 10/22 North Branch Library

1-2 pm

Join us each week for a chance to talk crafts & work on your own projects with other crafters. No registration required, just come on in.

Thu. Emily Fowler Library

9:30-11:30 am

Mini-Stocking Needlepoint Class Learn decorative needlepoint stitches for an ornament size patchwork stocking using fun fibers that are fuzzy, sparkly & silky! Class is a beginner to intermediate level. Class size is limited, call 349-8752 to register.

Thu. 10/4, 10/11, 10/18, & 10/25 Emily Fowler Library 9:30-10:30 am

Beginner’s Knitting Join us for a knitting class just for beginners. All materials will be provided for practice at the program. Space is limited; call 349.8752 to register.

Thur. 11/01, 11/08, & 11/15 Emily Fowler Library

All speakers of English as a second language are invited to meet to practice conversational English in a relaxed, informal setting. This is not a class, & participants should come ready to talk & have fun. It is a great place to learn commonly-used idioms, practice your conversation skills & learn American vocabulary. All ages & levels of proficiency are welcome!

Thursdays Emily Fowler Library

7-8 pm

Genealogy Classes Free Online Genealogy Resources Learn how to locate free, hard-to-find genealogy materials online. Learn search techniques to access genealogical & historical websites that may contain the answers to your most difficult family history questions. Call 349-8752 to register.

Sat. 09/01 Emily Fowler Library

3-5 pm

Genealogy After-Hours

Make a simple sewn book. A little bit on cutting, sewing, folding, measuring, & glue will be discussed. All supplies will be provided. Space is limited so email Leslie.Couture@cityofdenton.com or call 349-8762 to register.

Join genealogists from across Texas in this unique evening of distance-learning & research. Participants will be able to tap resources from the Clayton Library of Genealogy Research in Houston, the WacoMcLennan County Public Library, & more. There will be programs from several of the locations & viewable online. One-on-one research help will be available. Bring a brown-bag supper & drink. $15.00 registration fee. Call 349-8752 to register.

Sat. 10/06 Emily Fowler Library

Fri. 10/19 Emily Fowler Library

9:30-11:30 am

Bookbinding Class

3-5 pm

6-11 pm


Technology Classes Learn How to Use Overdrive E-Books & E-Audiobooks Discover our virtual library, Overdrive. Learn how to browse & checkout E-books & other electronic media from the DPL website on your eReader, iPad or Smart Phone.

Sat. 09/08 Emily Fowler Library Wed. 09/18 North Branch Library Wed. 10/10 Emily Fowler Library Sat. 10/20 North Branch Library

Amazing YA Book Club

Working with Word

3 pm 4 pm 3 pm 2 pm

This program provides basic instruction in using Microsoft Word. Must know how to use keyboard, mouse, save & retrieve files in Windows. Participants must be able to attend all classes in the series. To register, call 349-8752. Mon., Tue., Wed. 09/24, 09/25, & 09/26 (3 part class)

North Branch Library

6:30-8:30 pm

Wed. 10/03 & 10/05 (2 part class)

South Branch Library

2-3:30 pm

Mon., Tue., Wed. 10/22, 10/23, & 10/24 (3 part class)

Buying an eReader

North Branch Library

Learn about the different type of eReaders available & which one might be best for you. Please call 349-8752 to register.

Job Searching on the Internet

Sat. 11/10 Emily Fowler Library Wed. 11/14 North Branch Library

3 pm 7 pm

Using a Computer Mouse & Keyboard How does a mouse work? Why does a computer have extra keys? Come practice the basic skills that will get you ready to work with a computer. Call 3498752 to register.

Wed. 09/12 South Branch Library Sat. 11/3 South Branch Library

2-3:30 pm 2-3:30 pm

If you can use a mouse & are just starting to learn the computer, this is the class for you. Covers terminology & using Microsoft Windows. Participants must be able to use a mouse. Call 349-8752 to register.

Fri. 09/14 South Branch Library

2-4:30 pm

Mon., Tue., Wed. 09/17, 09/18, & 09/19 (3 part class)

6:30-8:30 pm

Mon., Tue., Wed. 10/15, 10/16, & 10/17(3 part class)

North Branch Library Sat. 11/10 South Branch Library

Learn about sites that list available jobs, & using social sites to help with job searches. Must know how to use the Internet. Call 349-8752 to register.

Wed. 10/10 South Branch Library

6:30-8:30 pm 2-4:30 pm

Introduction to the Internet Covers e-mail, searching, using links, & evaluating information found on the Internet. Must be able to use a mouse, & be able to attend both sessions. Call 349-8752 to register.

Wed. 09/26 & Fri. 09/28 (2 part class) South Branch Library 2-3:30 pm

2-3:30 pm

Sat. 10/27 Emily Fowler Library

3-5 pm

Denton County Genealogical Society Meet fellow genealogists, share tips, & learn new information.

09/13 TBA 10/11 "Presidents" presented by Dr. Richard Caslin 11/08 "Legally a Cobb, Biologically a Mills. DNA & Your Genealogy." Presented by Roger Cobb Thu. Emily Fowler Library 6:30-8:30 pm

Mystery readers unite for an evening of sharing new favorites. For reading lists or information email Terri.Gibbs@cityofdenton.com

09/06 I’ve been Framed! 10/04 Plain Murder 11/01 Political Suicide Thu. Emily Fowler Library

7 pm

Denton Spa Book Club Busy & need a break? Learn relaxing spa treatments & techniques while discussing some great chick lit. Wylania.Hildreth@cityofdenton.com for info.

6:30-8:30 pm

Wed. 10/24 & Friday 10/26 (2 part class)

South Branch Library

2-3:30 pm

Mon., Tue., Wed. 10/29, 10/30, & 10/31 (3 part class)

North Branch Library

6:30-8:30 pm

Power Point Create eye-catching presentations. Must know how to use a mouse & save & retrieve files in Microsoft Windows. Must be able to attend both sessions. Call 349-8752 to register.

Wed. 11/07 & Friday 11/09 (2 part class) South Branch Library 2-3:30 pm

Language Classes Conversational American Sign Language I Learn the basics of American Sign Language with Dr. Jonah Eleweke. Seating is limited. To register, call 349-8752.

11:30 am-12:30 pm

Basic Spanish Are you thinking about applying to a lineage society, but just don’t know how the process works? Learn what is expected, & how to obtain the proper documentation for membership. Call 349-8752 to register.

Death & Dessert

Use spreadsheets to present numerical information. Must know how to use a keyboard, mouse, save & retrieve files using Windows. Participants must be able to attend all classes in the series. To register, call 349-8752. Mon., Tue., Wed. 10/01, 10/02, & 10/03 (3 part class)

Saturdays 9/1-10/27 North Branch Library

Lineage Society Applications

Tue. 09/04 Beastly by Alex Flinn Tue. 10/02 The Forest of Hands and Teeth by Carrie Ryan Tue. 11/06 Holes by Louis Sachar Tue. Emily Fowler Library 7 pm

Basic Excel 2007

North Branch Library

Introduction to Computers

North Branch Library

6:30-8:30 pm

All grown up but still love reading young adult books? Join each month to discuss YA books with other adult fans. Stacey.Irish-Keffer@cityofdenton for info.

If you want to learn Spanish & need a foundation to start, this is the class for you. Elisabeth Dakak, a certified teacher of foreign languages, will help you learn basic Spanish vocabulary & grammar. Call 349-8752 to register. This is a 4 part class.

09/04 Any biography about a Woman 10/02 Any book by Jennifer Weiner 11/06 Any book by Libba Bray Tue. North Branch Library

7 pm

Professor’s Corner: A Discussion Group Dedicated to Literary Texts Join us for presentations & discussion on literary topics given by local English professors. Call 349-8752 for more information.

Wed. 10/10 & 11/14 South Branch Library

7 pm

Romance in the Stacks Book Club Join this fun romance book club to talk about your favorite author or find someone new & exciting to read. Sweet snacks provided. For suggested titles or information call 349-8796.

09/17 Kat Martin 10/15 Lynsay Sands 11/19 Julie James Mon. North Branch Library

7 pm

It’s a Girl Thing! Join this book club for girls, with their moms, grandmothers, or other woman friends & enjoy great book discussions & refreshments. For girls ages 8 - 12. Rebecca.Ivey@cityofdenton.com for info.

Saturdays 09/29, 10/06, 10/13, & 10/20 South Branch Library 2-4 pm

09/19 Tale of Despereaux by Kate DiCamillo 10/17 The Westing Game by Ellen Raskin 11/14 From the Mixed Up Files of Mrs. Basil E. Frankweiler by E.L. Konigsburg Wed. South Branch Library 4 pm

Conversational Spanish

B.O.Y.S. - Boys Only Yucky Stories

This five-week program is for non-native Spanish speakers who have already studied some Spanish & would like to practice speaking the language. Class is limited to 10 adults. To register, call 349-8752.

We’ll read & talk about funny, yucky & gross stories. You won’t have to sit still long because there will be lots of things to do. For boys grades 2-5! Laura.Douglas@cityofdenton.com for info.

Mondays 10/1-10/29 North Branch Library

09/20 Frankie Pickle & the Closet of Doom by Eric Wight 10/18 Masters of Disaster by Gary Paulsen 11/15 The Strange Case of Origami Yoda by Tom Angleberger Thu. Emily Fowler Library 6:30 pm

7-8 pm

All events are without charge & available on a first come first served basis unless registration is required. Please call 349-8752 if you or your child need special accommodations to participate. (Groups of 6 or more, please call for special arrangements.)


Children’s & Family Book Clubs listed on the inside.

Animal Explorers: Bats

Twilight Toddler Time

Science Lab: Weather

Bring your toddler (ages 12-24 months) for this evening Toddler Time that promotes literacy, social interaction, & caregiver bonding.

Fascinated by the weather? Learn more in this exciting, hands-on workshop with weather experiments & homemade weather instruments. Supplies are limited; call 349-8718 to register. Ages 8 - 12.

Tue. 09/11, 10/09, & 11/13 Emily Fowler Library

6:30 pm

Sat. 09/22 Emily Fowler Library

11 am

You will have a chance to share your knowledge about bats & maybe learn something new, as well. We will read bat books, make bat crafts & enjoy all

types of batty activities. Ages 6-8.

Wed.10/17 North Branch Library

4 pm

Glow Fun

Treblemakers

Homeschool Science Club

Get ready for an afternoon filled with singing, listening & moving! Join music instructor Kim Forguson as she brings books to life through musiccentered games & activities. Ages 6-8.

Explore science in this hands-on class. Learn more about water & buoyancy. Supplies are limited, call 349-8752 to register. Ages 6–10

Ready for a glow-in-the-dark Halloween? Join us for these glowing activities: paint pumpkins, look for germs, make worms & much more! Call 349-8752 to register. Ages 8-12

Wed. 09/26 Emily Fowler Library

Fri.10/19 South Branch Library

Sat. 09/15, 10/20, 11/17 North Branch Library

2 pm

Preschool Play & Read Help your child’s early literacy skills while having fun as a family! This come-and-go program offers children age-appropriate games, activities & crafts that assist in developing pre-reading skills. For ages 3 -5 & their caregivers.

Wed. 09/19, 10/10, 11/14 South Branch Library Sat. 09/29, 10/27, 11/17 North Branch Library

9:30-10:30 am 10-11 am

Magic Tree House 20th Anniversary Extravaganza Join us as we celebrate 20 years of time travel, learning & adventures. There will be snacks, Magic Tree House Trivia, games & activities. We are sure to have millennia’s worth of fun, & we just might learn something, too! Best for ages 6-9.

Wed. 09/19 North Branch Library

4 pm

LEGO Builders Club Drop in & get creative by building with the library's LEGOs. A different theme is picked for each month & kids can build on that theme or build a creation of their own. Ages 6 & up.

Fri. 09/21, 10/19, & 11/16 Emily Fowler Library

4 pm

First Day of Fall Celebration

Sat. 09/22 North Branch Library

Registered yoga instructor Lisa-Elena Furrh will demonstrate simple yoga poses as we read yoga & stretching stories. We will sing songs & see some of our puppet friends, too. Ages 1-5.

Are you ready for the World Series? Join the Adventure Club & learn more about the history of baseball & the World Series, & make a baseball inspired craft. Ages 5-8.

Tue. 09/25 North Branch Library

Tue. 10/23 Emily Fowler Library

7 pm

Discover the science behind mummification while having a petrifying-ly good time. We will read mummy books, play mummy games, & make our own mummified apples. Ages 6-8.

Join us for a special StoryTime, as we read about fire fighters & learn about fire safety from our local fire fighters. Best for ages 1-5

Thu. 09/27 South Branch Library 10 & 11 am Sat. 09/29 South Branch Library Wed.10/10 Emily Fowler Library

Wed. 10/24 North Branch Library

Join us for a special Afternoon Adventure Club, as we read about fire fighters & learn about fire safety from our local fire fighters. Ages 6-8.

3:30 pm 4 pm

Milk & Cookies StoryTime Come in your pajamas & enjoy stories & songs all about cookies. After the program we will decorate & eat cookies, & there will be plenty of milk for dunking, of course! Ages 1-5.

7 pm

See the principles of physics in action & learn how to conduct experiments with everyday materials in this hands-on workshop. Space is limited; call 349-8752 to register. Ages 8 - 12.

Fri. 10/12 Emily Fowler Library

Weekly Classes

4pm

September 4 - November 24

StoryTime Mother Goose Time Bring your baby to these infant classes that promote infant & caregiver bonding through stories, songs, & activities. For infants birth to 18 months & their caregivers.

Tue. South Branch Library Fri. North Branch Library

9:30 am 9:30 am

Toddler Time

Join us for interactive preschool classes that use stories, songs, & puppets to build early literacy skills & prepare children to learn to read. For children ages 1-5 & their caregivers.

Wed. Emily Fowler Library Thu. South Branch Library Fri. North Branch Library Sat. South Branch Library

Participate with your toddler in these special classes that promote literacy & social interaction through stories, songs, & toddler-appropriate activities. For toddlers 12-36 months & their caregivers.

Afternoon Adventure Club

Tue. South Branch Library Wed. Emily Fowler Library

Tue. Emily Fowler Library Thu. South Branch Library

10:30 am 9:30 am

4 pm

Spooky Story Time 10 am 11 am

Fire Fighter Afternoon Adventure Club

Thu. 09/27 South Branch Library Tue. 10/09 Emily Fowler Library

4 pm

Science Explorers: Mummies

Fire Fighter StoryTime

Science Lab: Physics

10 am

4 pm

Baseball Adventure Club

Yoga StoryTime

Wed.10/10 North Branch Library

Fall is a wonderful season marking the end of summer fun & the start of foraging & preparing for winter hibernation. Join us as we read fall books, sing fall songs & create a spiral fall mobile that you & your family can share. Ages 3-6.

2:30 pm

11 am 10 & 11 am 11 am 10 am

Go on amazing journeys through stories each week. Listen to a story, then create a craft or conduct an experiment in this hands-on workshop for kids K-3rd grade.

4 pm 3:30 pm

Wear your costume for spooky stories & a Halloween trick-or-treating parade! Not too scary, Ages 1 to 5.

Fri. 10/26 South Branch Library Sat. 10/27 South Branch Library Tue. 10/30 Emily Fowler Library Wed.10/31 North Branch Library

10 am 10 am 7 pm 11 am

Mad Scientist Laboratory Become a mad scientist & experiment with batches of oozing slime, bubbling potions & other gooey creations. Supplies are limited; call 349-8718 to register. Ages 8 - 12.

Sat. 10/27 Emily Fowler Library

11 am

History Explorers: Flight November is National Aviation Month & we will celebrate by learning about the history of man trying to fly. We will read about the Wright Brothers & build & test different paper flying machines of our own. Ages 6-8.

Wed. 11/7/12 North Branch Library

4 pm

Titanic Remembered Explore the fate of the RMS Titanic with hands-on activities such as iceberg navigation, Morse code, & ship-inspired crafts. Supplies are limited, so register at 349-8752. Ages 6-12.

Fri. 11/9 Emily Fowler Library

4 pm

Science Explorers: Food The kitchen is the perfect place to start learning about chemistry. We will learn about our tongues, & perform simple experiments. After this program, you may even want to help cook Thanksgiving dinner! Ages 6-8.

Wed.11/14/12 North Branch Library

4 pm

Thanksgiving StoryTime We will talk turkey & give thanks at this StoryTime filled with turkey books, songs & rhymes. Our puppet friends will join in the fun, too. Ages 1-5.

Fri. 11/16 South Branch Library Fri. 11/16 North Branch Library Wed. 11/21 Emily Fowler Library

10 am 11 am 11 am


Denton Public Library Classes & Events  

Free events, StoryTimes, classes, book clubs and more for June - August 2012 at the Denton Public Library

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