Programs on July 16, 2016
Working on a digital scrapbook? Interested in making your own home movie? Want to know more about using your digital camera? Need help transferring photos from your phone to a flash drive? Make an appointment for a 30-minute session to get technical help on any digital project. Mac or PC help is available. Registration begins Saturday, July 2.
The Friends hold sales in the library lobby every Wednesday noon-3 p.m. and every Saturday 9:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m. All proceeds support library services.
Come hear the finalists compete in the Missouri State Liars Contest. People from across the state will tell their not-completely-true stories that may be suspenseful or hilarious. A panel of judges will decide the winner based on content, creativity, originality and performance. Sponsored by MO-Tell, dedicated to promoting storytelling in the state of Missouri. Adults, or ages 8 and older.
Writer and storyteller Anthony Clark will help participants develop a firm understanding of story structure and guide them through the process of developing a blueprint for a new story or one in progress. You'll also learn other about other fundamentals to have in place before launching into the first draft of your piece. Clark has been writing and performing stories for many years. He’s written books in numerous genres like sci-fi, horror, thriller, western, children’s and nonfiction, including his most recent book "The Everything© STEM Handbook," co-written with his wife Rihab Sawah. His upcoming middle-grade novel, "Dragon Sight," is scheduled for release this fall. Co-sponsored by MO-Tell, dedicated to promoting storytelling in the state of Missouri. Adults and teens. Registration begins Tuesday, June 28.