I Heart Trivia

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I Heart Trivia is a fun-filled event that will test your knowledge and make you laugh! Join us at Seneca Library for an exciting evening of brain-teasing questions, friendly competition, and great company. Mark your calendars and come join us for a night of trivia excitement at Seneca Library!

Self-Defense

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This 90-minute self-defense class will cover the following: striking, wrist escapes, verbal and psychological aspects of self-defense, how to use pepper spray and more. Children 10 and over are welcome to attend accompanied by an adult. Registration is required as space is limited.

Book Journaling for Beginners

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Book Journaling for Beginners Join us at the Westminster Library for an exciting event that will unleash your creativity and love for books! Join us for an informal class of learning ways to keep track of books you have read. From general lists to in-depth journaling, we will review paper logs, journals, websites, apps, and crafts and even make some of our own. No prior experience is necessary, and all … Read More

Homeschool Hangout: Embroidery – Walhalla Library

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Learn some basic embroidery and sewing tips, like sewing on a button or repairing a hole! Supplies will be provided, and this program is FREE! Ideal for ages 6-17. This program is free, and all materials will be supplied. Registration is REQUIRED.

LEGO Club – Westminster Library

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LEGO Club is a time of free, self-directed building with the library’s LEGO collection. You can work alone or with friends! For ages 4-17. LEGOs will be supplied. This program is FREE! Registration is REQUESTED.

LEGO Club – Walhalla Library

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LEGO Club is a time of free, self-directed building with the library’s LEGO collection. You can work alone or with friends! For ages 4-17. LEGOs will be supplied. This program is FREE! Registration is requested, but not required.

Human Trafficking

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In recognition of Human Trafficking Prevention Month, First Light will present a program designed to educate about human trafficking and the role community members can play in preventing and responding to it. This program will be presented in English and Spanish. For ages 16+