Adult Lettering Workshop featuring Anna Westfall. This workshop will be a crash course to beautiful hand lettered layouts and the different styles of lettering. Limit 12 participants – $2.00 registration fee.
AUGUST 18, 2017 – ONE DAY ONLY
If you are excited about the coming Eclipse that will occur on August 21st, prepare your mind for the experience by joining us at the library for a special presentation by the Mobile HD Dome Theater. The Dome Theater is a portable HD Planetarium developed by Rice University and the Houston Museum of Natural Science and with the support of NASA. The Dome is 16 x 16 feet wide and reaches ten feet tall. It can hold 35 to 55 individuals depending on age! When you enter the Dome you will be surrounded with stunning visuals and out-of-this-world knowledge. The Dome features award winning narrators like Tom Hanks, Sigourney Weaver, Ed Helms, Harrison Ford and Walter Cronkite.
Show titles include: Dinosaur Prophecy; Future Moon; Search for Life; Passport to the Universe; Into the Deep; Time Space; Cosmic Collisions; Molecularium; Force Five; Saturn, the Ring World; and Habitat Earth. Each show is thirty minutes long including time to enter and exit the Dome. Showings will begin at 9:00 AM and continue every 30 minutes until 4:00 PM.
John Allen is a Quaker genealogist who specializes in Quakers who migrated from North Carolina to Ohio, Indiana and Illinois in the early nineteenth century. He has extensive knowledge of family trees and connections. He will be making a special presentation, entitled “From Orange Co., NC to Orange Co., IN…A Quaker Odyssey” at Paoli Friends Meeting on Saturday, June 10 at 7:00 pm.
When John speaks to people who have compiled family genealogies for years, he knows more off the top of his head about their families than they know. John was born and raised in Alamance County (formally Orange County) North Carolina and is a retired dairy farmer. He is a birthright and life-long Quaker. He is a direct descendant of Thomas Lindley, the brother of Jonathon Lindley, who arrived in Orange County, Indiana in 1811.
We are beginning to box up books in the children’s department for our anticipated move. There will be a selection of the most popular books that can still be checked out during this process. If you have anything in particular that you are looking for this would be a good time to call and request that we hold it for you.
Our new CATALOG system is Evergreen Indiana. Resident patrons now have access to materials in 108 Indiana libraries. Evergreen Indiana serves 1,048,874 patrons. Total bibliographic records in the consortium are 2,419,921 with total holdings of 6,934,057 items. All patrons will be issued an Evergreen Indiana library card.