Tri-County Communications is again offering free tech classes! An “Internet Basics” class will be offered on Wednesday, March 25th from 2-4 p.m. Class will take place in the council chambers of the Blair City Hall building on the first floor. This class covers various programs for the internet and using them, connection basics, searching, netiquette, mobile devices, and keeping yourself safe online. Classes are free and open to the public. Participants may bring their own devices appropriate for class, but it is not required. Watch for April’s TCC Tech class about Facebook and Pinterest!
Registration is required. Register at the library or online at www.tcc.coop/class.php.
Join us on Saturday, February 14th from 1:00-2:00 for our special “Read to Luna” Valentine Party. Sign up now to reserve your 10 minute reading session with our favorite therapy cat. All readers get a Valentine goody bag! Make a gingerbread “sugar shack” while waiting for your turn to read to Luna. Call the library at 608/989-2502 now to hold a spot for your reader!
Drop in and explore stories, art, music, and science for tots! We host a different process-oriented experience each week. Wear your messy clothes for some hands-on activities just for children and their parents or caregivers. Please call 989-2502 to register or email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org
February 6th: “Monsters Love Colors” Art
February 13th: “Block City” Engineering/Play
February 20th: “How to Hug A Porcupine”Art
February 27th: “Hilda’s Dancing” Music/Movement
Call now to sign your reader up for “Read to Luna!” Luna the Therapy Cat will be our special furry guest at our “No Shave November” Mustache Bash on Tuesday, November 25th from 5:30-6:30. Stop in to say “hello” to Luna or call to reserve your spot to read to her. All readers will earn their very own mustache! Call the library at 608/989-2502 now!
For the past month we have been enjoying rosemaling class with teachers Edith Kling and Lois Hoff, two local rosemalers and sisters. What started as a project only for the young women on the Miss Blair court has evolved into a special Tuesday after school group, with not only the Miss Blair royalty participating but also some other teens who were curious about what was taking place on the stage. We hope to have more classes with Edith and Lois, possibly for adults who might be interested in learning this traditional Norwegian art form. Please contact the librarian if you are interested in learning more.