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Laugh Line

Wednesday, March 31, 2021
Laugh Line
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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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The Coiled Crown: A Fantasy-Themed Digital Escape Room

Sunday, January 31, 2021
Coiled Crown: A Fantasy-Themed Digital Escape Room
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Journey into a ruined fantasy world in search of an ancient queen's crown. Inspired by games like Dark Souls, Mortal Shell, and Metroid, you'll need to unearth the forgotten lore of haunted places like the Netherworld Forest, Scorched Keep, and Lost Catacombs in order to solve the adventure's puzzles. Age 12 and up. Get started at mcpl.info/coiledcrown.
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Borax Crystal Growing: A Take & Make Teen Program

Monday, January 25, 2021
Borax Crystal Growing: A Take & Make Teen Program
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Learn how to use borax and pipe cleaners to grow your own crystals at home! Ages 12–19. Follow this link to register for the associated Take and Make Kit and to set up a pick-up date and location between January 11–25. This virtual program may be viewed on the Library's YouTube channel, beginning January 11. It will be available anytime after.
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Black History Month Bingo

Sunday, February 28, 2021
Black History Month Bingo
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For Black History Month, play a game of bingo that facilitates discussions on race, features acts of kindness, and offers opportunities to learn about Black visionaries, leaders, and artists! When you complete five in a row (horizontally, vertically, or diagonally), you’ll earn a prize! Visit mcpl.info/bingo to download a game card and learn more about how to play. Once you have a bingo, you'll schedule an appointment to pick up your prize between January 18 and March 5.

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Everyone Has a Story Reading Challenge

Wednesday, March 31, 2021
Everyone Has a Story Reading Challenge
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Stories provide insight. Whether it's a personal narrative, description of cultural heritage, or an imagined fantasy, an individual's story provides insights into who they are and what shapes and inspires them. Shared stories help us see what makes us unique and how we are the same. By reading or listening to an individual's story, we can learn to treat people with the respect and dignity they deserve no matter their race, color, gender, religion, ability, or level of income. Discover different stories, learn about people seeking to eliminate social injustices, and find resources for discussing issues about race. All ages.

Find out more about participating with a Beanstack account at mcpl.info/everystory.
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Crochet Basics: A Take and Make Kids Program

2:00 PM - 3:00 PM
Crochet Basics: A Take and Make Kids Program
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Learn the basics of crochet, including how to hold your yarn and hook, how to start a project, and how to make a basic stitch! Ages 7–12. Please register with a valid, non-school email address by January 22 to get a free Take and Make crochet toolkit, and the Zoom link! Kits will be available for pick up January 8–22.
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