Rock On! A little twist on our summer theme "Libraries Rock!" for those earth science enthusiasts.
Adelle Marvin will be joining us to talk about the types of rocks and how they're formed in the rock cycle. We will look at samples and even crack open a geode to see whats inside! A catchy tune might help us remember what we learn.
Adelle is currently a PLTW science teacher at Delphi Elementary School. She previously taught at Roosevelt Middle School. She studied at IU- Bloomington and earned her Master's in Earth Science from Mississippi State. She is very enthusiastic about the subject and makes it fun to learn.
As part of the summer reading program, join us for a rockin' musical night. Come test your knowledge on name that tune, country hits, one hit wonders, name that band, and more! Groups of up to 4 people allowed. Win a prize! Refreshments provided. Registration is required.
Come join us for ROZ Puppets. The puppets are in the style of muppets. This is a fun filled, family friendly show with jokes and music and lots of action. Seating will be limited, so come to the children's desk today and secure your ticket for the show.
Licensed therapists will be present to provide information about mental
health, discuss warning signs and symptoms of mental illness, and answer any
questions people in the community may have about these topics. Our goal is to spread awareness about the
importance of mental health, start a conversation about mental illness, and do
our part to diminish the stigma associated with mental illness so our community
can become advocates of mental health.
This is a fun and relaxed painting class and with no experience necessary! We are offering a beginners class for painting in acrylics. This special painting class is open to grade school children. There is no cost to attend this program. Registration is required.
All job seekers are invited to come and learn how to create a resume, search for and apply for jobs online. This program will be offered monthly for job seekers to gain valuable tips and resources to obtain employment.
Join us the first Monday of each month to discuss books from a variety of authors and genres. This month we will discuss BYOB: Bring Your Own Book Cookbook Extravaganza Edition! . A pamphlet containing the full reading list and calendar is available at the circulation desk.
As part of the Summer Reading theme for 2018, Libraries Rock, we will feature a series of Broadway musicals on film for this year. Bring your lunch or enjoy a snack provided by the library. For a list of films, visit the library's website at www.monticello.lib.in.us