— Quick Computer Basics will take place from 4 to 6 p.m. Nov. 25. Drop in and learn just a few computer basics, including how to turn on your computer, using your keyboard, using your mouse or mousepad, and maneuvering around the Windows 7 interface. Laptop computers will be available to practice on, or bring your own Windows 7 laptop computer.
— Great Beginnings: Fabulous Fours and Fives will take place from 10 to 10:30 a.m. Nov. 26. Great Beginnings is a series of fun, lively programs with stories and activities supporting the five early literacy practices: Reading, playing, talking, singing/rhyming, and Writing. Each age group is geared to match the attention span and developmental level of the children. This is a free program, but registration is required.
— Library Legos for Teens will take place from 10 to 10:30 Nov. 29. Teens aren’t too old to play with Legos. Stop by Area T to create a Lego masterpiece.
— Design A Snow Globe will take place throughout the month of December. Visit Area T for a snow globe coloring sheet to make your own winter wonderland.
— Gingerbread House Contest will take place this December. Show off your sweet-making skills in the library’s first ever Gingerbread House Contest. Drop-off entries Dec. 2 or 3 in the Gallery during library hours. Entries will be accepted in three categories. Traditional-(the house is made of traditional gingerbread and everything on the house is edible). Non-traditional- (includes gingerbread “style” houses that are non-edible). Children-(houses of all types that are made by children under age 12). Entries will be on display in the Gallery December 9th-20th. Gingerbread houses be judged and prizes will be awarded. An Awards Reception will be held Monday, December 9th, 6:00-7:30pm. Houses may be picked up during library hours December 21st. Contact Laura Appleby at 839-6602 ext. 2136 with questions.