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Branch: Out of building  [ No location specified ]
Date: Friday, December 4th, 2020
Start time: All Day
Age group: Teen
Event type: Art/Craft
Description: 2020 has definitely been a year like no other. We want to know what this year meant to our teens. What writing or art did it inspire you to create? Share up to three pieces of poetry, short stories, photography, drawings, paintings, or any other work inspired by 2020 by emailing teen@heightslibrary.org. We will compile the works and share them virtually on our website https://heightslibrary.org/services/teens/ beginning January 17, 2021. Select pieces will also be displayed in the Lee Road Teen Room. Share your creativity with the world, as we say goodbye to 2020! For grades 6-12.
Branch: Out of building  [ No location specified ]
Date: Friday, December 4th, 2020
Start time: All Day
Age group: Teen
Event type: Book Discussion
Description: Read Woke is a feeling. A form of education. A call to action, and our right as lifelong learners. It means arming yourself with knowledge to better protect your rights. Learning about others so you treat people with respect and dignity, no matter their religion, race, creed, or color. Join our winter Read Woke challenge on the Beanstack, and you can earn prizes by reading books by diverse voices. For grades 6-12
Branch: Out of building  [ Online Event [2] ]
Date: Friday, December 4th, 2020
Start time: 10:30 am
Age group: Family, Children
Event type: Storytime, Music
Description: Music Together is the perfect way to get young children to imagine, improvise, and express themselves through music and movement. A Sing and Swing instructor will lead babies, toddlers, preschoolers, and the adults that love them through songs, dances, rhythms, and rhymes virtually with Zoom. You will receive an email with the Zoom meeting room and password prior to the program. In order to receive the room information, you must provide an email address, and you must have registered more than one hour before the program begins. Please do not share the room information with others who have not signed up. We will not be recording the programs and you may turn your video off if you prefer. We will have a staff member monitor to ensure safety for all ages. Please arrive to the Zoom room within five minutes of the program time. Registration begins November 20.
Branch: University Heights Branch  [ No location specified ]
Date: Friday, December 4th, 2020
Start time: 12:00 pm
Age group: Adult
Event type: Health/Well-being
Description: Working from home and need a break in your day? Join yoga instructor Kelly Jensen for Virtual Lunchtime Yoga! Spend some time focusing on yourself so that you can get back to work feeling refreshed and energized. Kelly will create an interactive environment and cater the session to everyone's needs, so be ready to participate!
Branch: Out of building  [ No location specified ]
Date: Saturday, December 5th, 2020
Start time: All Day
Age group: Teen
Event type: Art/Craft
Description: 2020 has definitely been a year like no other. We want to know what this year meant to our teens. What writing or art did it inspire you to create? Share up to three pieces of poetry, short stories, photography, drawings, paintings, or any other work inspired by 2020 by emailing teen@heightslibrary.org. We will compile the works and share them virtually on our website https://heightslibrary.org/services/teens/ beginning January 17, 2021. Select pieces will also be displayed in the Lee Road Teen Room. Share your creativity with the world, as we say goodbye to 2020! For grades 6-12.
Branch: Out of building  [ No location specified ]
Date: Saturday, December 5th, 2020
Start time: All Day
Age group: Teen
Event type: Book Discussion
Description: Read Woke is a feeling. A form of education. A call to action, and our right as lifelong learners. It means arming yourself with knowledge to better protect your rights. Learning about others so you treat people with respect and dignity, no matter their religion, race, creed, or color. Join our winter Read Woke challenge on the Beanstack, and you can earn prizes by reading books by diverse voices. For grades 6-12
Branch: Out of building  [ Online Event ]
Date: Saturday, December 5th, 2020
Start time: 11:00 am
Age group: Children, Family
Event type: Storytime
Description: If you want to enjoy storytime from the comfort of your own home, here is your chance! Join us as we read books and sing songs in our Family Zoom storytime. You will receive an email with the Zoom meeting room and password prior to the program. In order to receive the room information, you must provide an email address, and you must have registered more than one hour before the program begins. Please do not share the room information with others who have not signed up. We will not be recording the programs and you may turn your video off if you prefer. We will have a staff member monitor the zoom meeting to insure safety for all ages. Please arrive to the Zoom room within five minutes of the program time. Lastly, please be patient with us as we learn how to bring our best to you wherever you are. Registration begins Nov. 21.
Branch: University Heights Branch  [ No location specified ]
Date: Saturday, December 5th, 2020
Start time: 1:00 pm
Age group: School Age
Event type: Social, Food/Gardening
Description: Attention all bakers! Beat the winter blues with baking! Join University Heights Branch Library on Zoom for a special digital baking class. For ages 8 and up. Recipes and ingredients list will be emailed to you when you register.
Branch: Out of building  [ Online Event ]
Date: Saturday, December 5th, 2020
Start time: 2:00 pm
Age group: Adult
Event type: Deaf
Description: Join us on Zoom to learn the basics in communicating in American Sign Language. Refresh and build upon your skills in the use of American Sign Language.
Branch: Out of building  [ No location specified ]
Date: Sunday, December 6th, 2020
Start time: All Day
Age group: Teen
Event type: Art/Craft
Description: 2020 has definitely been a year like no other. We want to know what this year meant to our teens. What writing or art did it inspire you to create? Share up to three pieces of poetry, short stories, photography, drawings, paintings, or any other work inspired by 2020 by emailing teen@heightslibrary.org. We will compile the works and share them virtually on our website https://heightslibrary.org/services/teens/ beginning January 17, 2021. Select pieces will also be displayed in the Lee Road Teen Room. Share your creativity with the world, as we say goodbye to 2020! For grades 6-12.
Branch: Out of building  [ No location specified ]
Date: Sunday, December 6th, 2020
Start time: All Day
Age group: Teen
Event type: Book Discussion
Description: Read Woke is a feeling. A form of education. A call to action, and our right as lifelong learners. It means arming yourself with knowledge to better protect your rights. Learning about others so you treat people with respect and dignity, no matter their religion, race, creed, or color. Join our winter Read Woke challenge on the Beanstack, and you can earn prizes by reading books by diverse voices. For grades 6-12
Branch: Out of building  [ No location specified ]
Date: Monday, December 7th, 2020
Start time: All Day
Age group: Teen
Event type: Art/Craft
Description: 2020 has definitely been a year like no other. We want to know what this year meant to our teens. What writing or art did it inspire you to create? Share up to three pieces of poetry, short stories, photography, drawings, paintings, or any other work inspired by 2020 by emailing teen@heightslibrary.org. We will compile the works and share them virtually on our website https://heightslibrary.org/services/teens/ beginning January 17, 2021. Select pieces will also be displayed in the Lee Road Teen Room. Share your creativity with the world, as we say goodbye to 2020! For grades 6-12.
Branch: Out of building  [ No location specified ]
Date: Monday, December 7th, 2020
Start time: All Day
Age group: Teen
Event type: Book Discussion
Description: Read Woke is a feeling. A form of education. A call to action, and our right as lifelong learners. It means arming yourself with knowledge to better protect your rights. Learning about others so you treat people with respect and dignity, no matter their religion, race, creed, or color. Join our winter Read Woke challenge on the Beanstack, and you can earn prizes by reading books by diverse voices. For grades 6-12
Branch: Out of building  [ No location specified ]
Date: Tuesday, December 8th, 2020
Start time: All Day
Age group: Teen
Event type: Art/Craft
Description: 2020 has definitely been a year like no other. We want to know what this year meant to our teens. What writing or art did it inspire you to create? Share up to three pieces of poetry, short stories, photography, drawings, paintings, or any other work inspired by 2020 by emailing teen@heightslibrary.org. We will compile the works and share them virtually on our website https://heightslibrary.org/services/teens/ beginning January 17, 2021. Select pieces will also be displayed in the Lee Road Teen Room. Share your creativity with the world, as we say goodbye to 2020! For grades 6-12.
Branch: Out of building  [ No location specified ]
Date: Tuesday, December 8th, 2020
Start time: All Day
Age group: Teen
Event type: Book Discussion
Description: Read Woke is a feeling. A form of education. A call to action, and our right as lifelong learners. It means arming yourself with knowledge to better protect your rights. Learning about others so you treat people with respect and dignity, no matter their religion, race, creed, or color. Join our winter Read Woke challenge on the Beanstack, and you can earn prizes by reading books by diverse voices. For grades 6-12
Branch: University Heights Branch  [ No location specified ]
Date: Tuesday, December 8th, 2020
Start time: All Day
Age group: All Ages
Event type: Social
Description: Are you a true crime fan? Do you enjoy solving mysteries? If so, then you are invited to solve a murder. Follow the clues and pay close attention to the evidence. See if you can solve the case before time runs out. Drop by the University Heights Branch library and pick up your murder mystery packet. Solve case by yourself, with a friend, or as a family. It's up to you! Packets will be available on December 8th while supplies last. For ages 13 & up.
Branch: Out of building  [ No location specified ]
Date: Tuesday, December 8th, 2020
Start time: 6:00 pm
Age group: Adult
Event type: Health/Well-being
Description: The physical and mental benefits of meditation are significant and well documented. Christine Valadon will present a weekly Zoom Heartfulness meditation, an effective form of meditation focused on opening the heart and practiced in over 120 countries around the world. Registration required.
Branch: Out of building  [ Online Event ]
Date: Tuesday, December 8th, 2020
Start time: 6:30 pm
Age group: All Ages
Event type: Art/Craft
Description: Come and learn how to knit or work on a project! Experienced knitters and newcomers are welcome as well as children with parents. Please bring your own needles and yarn. Some practice yarn will be provided and there will be an instructor to help you get started!
Branch: Out of building  [ Online Event [2] ]
Date: Tuesday, December 8th, 2020
Start time: 7:00 pm
Age group: Adult
Event type: Book Discussion
Description: Join us for a true crime book discussion, every 2nd Tuesday of the month! The December book choice is The Killer Across the Table: Unlocking the Secrets of Serial Killers and Predators with the FBI's Original Mindhunter by John E. Douglas. The book club is brought to you in partnership with Mac's Backs. Borrow the book or buy from Mac's Backs at 20% off.
Branch: Out of building  [ No location specified ]
Date: Wednesday, December 9th, 2020
Start time: All Day
Age group: Teen
Event type: Art/Craft
Description: 2020 has definitely been a year like no other. We want to know what this year meant to our teens. What writing or art did it inspire you to create? Share up to three pieces of poetry, short stories, photography, drawings, paintings, or any other work inspired by 2020 by emailing teen@heightslibrary.org. We will compile the works and share them virtually on our website https://heightslibrary.org/services/teens/ beginning January 17, 2021. Select pieces will also be displayed in the Lee Road Teen Room. Share your creativity with the world, as we say goodbye to 2020! For grades 6-12.
Branch: Out of building  [ No location specified ]
Date: Wednesday, December 9th, 2020
Start time: All Day
Age group: Teen
Event type: Book Discussion
Description: Read Woke is a feeling. A form of education. A call to action, and our right as lifelong learners. It means arming yourself with knowledge to better protect your rights. Learning about others so you treat people with respect and dignity, no matter their religion, race, creed, or color. Join our winter Read Woke challenge on the Beanstack, and you can earn prizes by reading books by diverse voices. For grades 6-12
Branch: Out of building  [ Online Event ]
Date: Wednesday, December 9th, 2020
Start time: 11:00 am
Age group: Children, Family
Event type: Storytime
Description: If you want to enjoy storytime from the comfort of your own home, here is your chance! Join us as we read books and sing songs in our Family Zoom storytime. You will receive an email with the Zoom meeting room and password prior to the program. In order to receive the room information, you must provide an email address, and you must have registered more than one hour before the program begins. Please do not share the room information with others who have not signed up. We will not be recording the programs and you may turn your video off if you prefer. We will have a staff member monitor the zoom meeting to insure safety for all ages. Please arrive to the Zoom room within five minutes of the program time. Lastly, please be patient with us as we learn how to bring our best to you wherever you are. Registration begins Nov. 25.
Branch: Out of building  [ Online Event ]
Date: Wednesday, December 9th, 2020
Start time: 4:00 pm
Age group: Adult
Event type: Computer
Description: Join the Tech Trainers on Facebook Live every other Wednesday at 4pm to learn about apps to try on your Apple and Android smartphones and tablets! Can't watch it live? Check out the library's Facebook page for recorded Appy Hour sessions.
Branch: Out of building  [ No location specified ]
Date: Thursday, December 10th, 2020
Start time: All Day
Age group: Teen
Event type: Art/Craft
Description: 2020 has definitely been a year like no other. We want to know what this year meant to our teens. What writing or art did it inspire you to create? Share up to three pieces of poetry, short stories, photography, drawings, paintings, or any other work inspired by 2020 by emailing teen@heightslibrary.org. We will compile the works and share them virtually on our website https://heightslibrary.org/services/teens/ beginning January 17, 2021. Select pieces will also be displayed in the Lee Road Teen Room. Share your creativity with the world, as we say goodbye to 2020! For grades 6-12.
Branch: Out of building  [ No location specified ]
Date: Thursday, December 10th, 2020
Start time: All Day
Age group: Teen
Event type: Book Discussion
Description: Read Woke is a feeling. A form of education. A call to action, and our right as lifelong learners. It means arming yourself with knowledge to better protect your rights. Learning about others so you treat people with respect and dignity, no matter their religion, race, creed, or color. Join our winter Read Woke challenge on the Beanstack, and you can earn prizes by reading books by diverse voices. For grades 6-12
Branch: Coventry Village Branch  [ No location specified ]
Date: Thursday, December 10th, 2020
Start time: 4:00 pm
Age group: Teen
Event type: Social
Description: Jackbox games are fun, fast paced, online party games. Players use your own personal device as a controller and can play from anywhere that has an internet connection. Players join by using the web browser on their smartphone - no app is needed. Registration is required so that instructions can be sent to participants prior to the start of the event.
Branch: Out of building  [ Online Event ]
Date: Thursday, December 10th, 2020
Start time: 6:30 pm
Age group: Adult
Event type: Book Discussion
Description: Slavery and Capitalism part 2 id: 933 736 3398 pw: 2345
Branch: Out of building  [ No location specified ]
Date: Thursday, December 10th, 2020
Start time: 7:00 pm
Age group: Adult
Event type: Health/Well-being
Description: Learn gentle and low-impact yoga moves that promote circulation, strengthens the muscles around the joints, and increases flexibility, This class is appropriate for all abilities.
Branch: Out of building  [ No location specified ]
Date: Friday, December 11th, 2020
Start time: All Day
Age group: Teen
Event type: Art/Craft
Description: 2020 has definitely been a year like no other. We want to know what this year meant to our teens. What writing or art did it inspire you to create? Share up to three pieces of poetry, short stories, photography, drawings, paintings, or any other work inspired by 2020 by emailing teen@heightslibrary.org. We will compile the works and share them virtually on our website https://heightslibrary.org/services/teens/ beginning January 17, 2021. Select pieces will also be displayed in the Lee Road Teen Room. Share your creativity with the world, as we say goodbye to 2020! For grades 6-12.
Branch: Out of building  [ No location specified ]
Date: Friday, December 11th, 2020
Start time: All Day
Age group: Teen
Event type: Book Discussion
Description: Read Woke is a feeling. A form of education. A call to action, and our right as lifelong learners. It means arming yourself with knowledge to better protect your rights. Learning about others so you treat people with respect and dignity, no matter their religion, race, creed, or color. Join our winter Read Woke challenge on the Beanstack, and you can earn prizes by reading books by diverse voices. For grades 6-12

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