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Wednesday, March 31, 2021
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.View More
Find out more about participating with a Beanstack account at mcpl.info/everystory.
Friday, March 26, 2021
Grab a Take and Make Kit at the Main Library beginning March 20, then follow along with our video to learn how to make your own kaleidoscope! This virtual program may be viewed on the Library's YouTube channel March 20 or later. Supplies are limited! Ages 12–19.View More
10:00 AM - 10:15 AM
Join us for a fun (and short!) storytime on YouTube. Rhymes, songs, and a story help preschoolers practice early literacy skills. This week Ginny shares stories all about spring surprises! Geared to ages 2–6, but all welcome to watch!View More
*** This virtual program may be viewed on the Library's YouTube channel, premiering March 23 at 10 AM. It will be archived and available on the same YouTube channel thereafter. ***
11:00 AM - 9:00 PM
Dine Out for the Library at DeAngelo's on Tuesdays, March 23 and 30. When you order, please show your flyer or mention that you are dining out for the Friends of Monroe County Public Library. DeAngelo's will donate a portion of your purchase to the Friends to make wonderful Library programs and services possible. For carryout and delivery orders, you can phone in your order at (812) 961-0008. You may also order online at https://www.deangelosbloomington.com. Remember to note that you are a Friend of the Library! DeAngelo's is offering inside dining, carryout, and delivery. Their pizzas, sandwiches, and salads are always made from scratch with fresh ingredients from their friends at Good Life Farms.View More
4:00 PM - 5:30 PM
New English speakers practice everyday language skills in a relaxed, informal atmosphere. Learners enjoy friendly conversation, learn about daily life in the US, gain confidence, and meet new people from around the world.
Virtual English Language groups take place on Zoom. Fill out the request form to get started.
5:30 PM - 6:30 PM
5:45 PM - 7:15 PM
Make new friends in this seven-part Zoom program based on The 7 Habits of Highly Effective Teens by Sean Covey! Throughout the program, middle-schoolers will learn skills based around the seven habits, improving their self-confidence, self-control, personal responsibility, time management, positive decision-making, and more. Ages 12–15. To register for this free Zoom program series, please email Laura Wathan at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 812-568-5183. The Zoom link for the program series and a link to register to pick up a copy of the book will be emailed to you. A partnership between Youth First, United Way of Monroe County, and the Library.View More
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6:30 PM - 7:30 PM
Discover why yoga is such a powerful tool for keeping you healthy in body, mind, and spirit with Robin Halpin Young of Maxwell House Yoga. The focus of this restorative yoga class will be to wind down, relax, stretch, and recharge. This program is suitable for people age 12 and up and of most physical abilities.View More
***Please register for this virtual program series with a valid, non-school email address. The Zoom link for the series will be emailed to you upon registration.