Get an introduction to our online learning service through Lynda.com. You now have access to thousands of award-winning online classes and tutorials on technical skills, creative techniques and business strategies. For this class, you'll need your library card number and an email address. Basic Internet knowledge required. Registration begins Wednesday, January 27.
Are you ready to party like a fairy? Celebrate the popular Rainbow Magic book series with games, crafts and more. Ages 5-9.
Join us for basic chess instruction and a chance to play one of the world's oldest games at this drop-in program. Ages 11 and older.
Curious about what happens after the library closes? Enjoy a special bedtime story before tucking your stuffed animal in for the night. Pick up your animal the next day after 3 p.m., along with a photo souvenir of its overnight library adventure. (Unable to attend the story time? Drop off your tagged stuffed animal anytime earlier in the day.) Ages 3 and older. Registration begins Thursday, January 28.
Join us for an afternoon of Valentine's Day crafting. We will offer an array of supplies to create cards and gifts. We'll also have plenty of craft books on hand to give you ideas. All ages.
One Saturday a month through May, we'll share stories, songs and activities that focus on skills your child needs to be ready for school. Each month is different, but you can come to any or all sessions. For children entering kindergarten in fall 2016, with a parent. No siblings, please. Registration begins Tuesday, February 2.
The genealogy database HeritageQuest now includes complete U.S. census data from 1930 and 1940, U.S. city directories and other content. Join genealogist and staff member Tim Dollens to tour this online tool, which is available free to library cardholders through www.dbrl.org.
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 today to get technical help on these topics or with other digital projects. Mac or PC help is available. Registration begins Saturday, January 30.
Boyd Blomberg and Adam Moe have been performing roots and Americana music together since 1997. With Boyd on guitar, Adam on fiddle and both singing, they play a mix of original songs plus covers of classic artists like Bob Dylan, Tom Waits and Nina Simone and some fresh takes on old folk songs. You'll enjoy their tight harmonies and the gonzo approach that keeps their shows fresh and exciting. More info at http://www.pushingchain.com. Adults and teens.
Learn basic information about memory loss, dementia and Alzheimer's disease at this interactive workshop with videos featuring researchers, caregivers and people with Alzheimer's disease. Presented by the Greater Missouri Chapter of the Alzheimer's Association as part of a continuing series.