December Events at the Frost Free Library
“Fear of Singing Breakthrough” Program
December 6th @4pm
Nancy Salwen will be leading an informational program with an optional mini workshop about her new book: Fear of Singing Breakthrough Program: Learn to sing even if you think you can’t carry a tune! This promises to be fun, whether you like to sing or not!
Friends of the Library Tea
Wednesday 7th @2:15
Come enjoy hot tea and scones with good friends!
Story Time every Saturday!
Every Saturday morning at 10:30am enjoy stories, songs, and crafts for toddlers and pre-school aged kids and their caregivers.
Knitting and Needlecraft Drop in
Wednesday’s @ 6:30-8pm
Drop in and knit, crochet, or embroider with friends.
Book Discussion: Remarkable Creatures by Tracy Chevalier
Wednesday 21st @7:00pm
Mary Anning discovers a fossilized skeleton near her 19th-century home that triggers attacks on her character and upheavals throughout the religious, scientific and academic communities.
Make Your Own Scribble Bot
Tuesday 27th @3pm
Come make a robot that will scribble!
Activity Table and Makerspace
You will find tools to make robots, snap circuits, duct tape creations, art supplies and more. The kits and supplies are constantly changing!
Look for Large Print books and audio books at Friendly Meals on the 2nd Thursday of each month.
Trustee Meeting December 10th @8:30