— Brown Bag Travel Club: Egypt, Israel, and Istanbul is 11:30 a.m. June 25. Bring a lunch and travel the world as the group watches a few episodes from the PBS series “Rick Steves’ Europe.” This program is for ages 18-years-old and above. Registration is optional.
— Dig Into Magic is 1 p.m. June 25. Magician Daniel Lusk will put on a 45-minute interactive show for families to teach the importance of reading. Kids will also meet Lusk’s pet mole puppet, sharing adventures from the underground.
— Dinosaur Fun: Fossil Making is 5 p.m. June 25. This program is for children 6 to 10-years-old and will teach participants how fossils form, what they look like, and they will be able to make their own fossils.
— Groundbreaking Reads: Yarn and Fabric Swap is 5:30 p.m. June 25. Dig up unused yarn and fabric and bring it to the program, where attendees will get to take home new treasures. Each patron will receive one ticket for each item (a skein of yarn or fat quarter) that they bring, and they will use that ticket to pick something else out. All items must be clean and in usable condition. Attendees should label if the item has been in contact with pets or smoke. Registration required for this program, which is for adults 18-years-old and above.
— Great Ideas Book Discussion Group meets at 6:30 p.m. June 25. This is an adult discussion group for people who like to read about important ideas from literature, science, government, culture, and religion. Discussion books may be picked up and returned each month at the customer service desk.
— Babies Dig Machines is 9:30 a.m. June 26. This program is intended for children ages 0 through 15 months old and an adult caregiver. Weather permitting, the program may be held outside.
— Dinosaur Fun: Fossil Making is 2 p.m. June 26. During this program, children ages 6 through 10-years-old will make their own fossils.