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Laugh Line

Wednesday, March 31, 2021
Laugh Line
All Branches
Call (812) 349-3208 to hear a kid-friendly joke! Jokes change daily Monday–Friday by 5 PM. This program is geared towards ages 7–12, but all ages are welcome!
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Cardinal Stage Presents: Family Photo Challenge: Hansel and Gretel

Monday, November 30, 2020
Cardinal Stage Family Photo Challenge Hansel & Gretel
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Recreate the classic folktale of Hansel and Gretel for a chance to win a $75 gift card to Baked! of Bloomington! Read the story with your family, asking your kids to listen for the most important characters, events, and plot points. Then, work together to get creative with your interpretation and find a fun way to retell the story in ten photos or less. Post your photo story to Instagram or Facebook by November 30 to enter to win. To qualify, you must tag Cardinal Stage (@cardinalstage) and use the hashtag #cardinalchallenge. You can use Hoopla to find various eBook versions of Hansel and Gretel instantly available, such as Hansel and Gretel: A Fairy Tale with a Down Syndrome Twist. All ages. Visit cardinalstage.org/family-photo-challenge for more details.

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Cooking with Miss Amy: Vegan Creme Brûlée

4:00 PM - 4:20 PM
All Branches
Create a wonderfully tasty dish to surprise your friends and family with at your next gathering––vegan creme brûlée! Please ask for help from a caregiver when using knives, the stove, or other kitchen gadgets. Download the recipe and supply list  Allergy alert: this recipe contains coconut milk. This program is geared to ages 6–12, but all are welcome to participate!

*** This virtual program may be viewed on the Library's YouTube channel, premiering November 20 at 4 PM. It will be archived and available on the same YouTube channel thereafter. ***


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Bloomington Projection Project

6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Main Library
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What makes Bloomington a community? Bloomington Projection Project is soliciting community groups to ask their members for poetry, short stories, and other forms of creative writing that answer that question. As a cohort, they intend to interpret the writings visually or use them for inspiration to create photographic work that they hope reflects the spirit of those written words. The project will culminate with a show on Friday, November 20, 2020, where they will project selected pieces outdoors and invite the community to attend. All ages.

*** The Main Library parking lot will be closed to allow attendees to be physically distant. Metered street parking along Lincoln Street and Sixth Street is available for those who wish to remain in their vehicles.***
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