As much as I wanted to highlight another poet for National Poetry Month, Mary Oliver will always be my go-to. I've read many books of poetry but none have captured me like Oliver's works. It saddens me that we will not have any new works to read of hers, but I am also so grateful to have access to her works. Every time I encounter one of her collections here at the library, I sigh a deep sigh of longing; I want to lock myself away in Mary's world and never surface. She has such a sweet and gentle way of drawing you into her wo
Can’t wait for spring? Bring some into your life at our paper flower workshop. Use a template for giant dahlias or come up with your own design. Appropriate for ages 12 and up.
Spring has Sprung! Let’s pretty up those planters. Using various paint techniques, Emily from Betterish will help us decorate a terracotta pot and you will walk away with a package that includes your very own succulent for you to plant. The succulent and painted pot is a great gift or for you to brighten your patio.
Ages 18 and up are welcome.
Spring is upon us! Join members of the Adams County Master Gardeners Association for expert advice on starting your very own vegetable garden this spring, or tips for making your edible garden more fruitful than ever. No online registration necessary.
Get ready to make delicious recipes by learning how to have a well-stocked pantry. To get in the spring spirit, we will sample a recipe and make a pantry organizer. Appropriate for adults. Space is limited; registration is required.
Get ready for spring as we discuss tips to declutter and make your own unique wall and desk organizer. Appropriate for adults. Space is limited; registration is required.
Paint, sip tea, and have fun! This month we will do a guided acrylic painting featuring a Paris springtime scene. Appropriate for adults and teens in grades 6 and up. Space is limited; registration is required.