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Thursday, January 25, 2018

Book Clubs

Food for Thought’s February selection is Like Water for Chocolate by Laura Esquivel. Part cookbook, home-remedy, and love story, Esquivel’s turn-of-the-century tale takes reader through Mexico on a memorable journey. Food for Thought meets Thursday, February 8 at 6 p.m. Bookkeepers will discuss the book The Lady in Gold by Anne-Marie O’Connor. Based on actual events following WWII, a Viennese family takes legal action to take back their Gustave Klimt masterpiece stolen by the Nazis. Bookkeepers meets Friday, February 16 at 10 a.m.

Tech Club

Perhaps you’ve heard of “streaming” but don’t know what it is or why you should try it. At the next Tech Club meeting, instructor Val Bock will explain how you can access music, news, movies, television shows and more through your device with streaming. Originally planned for the January meeting, this topic has been rescheduled for Tuesday, February 13 at 10 a.m. No registration required.

Light Up Circuit Program

Hey, school-age kids: Want to make an awesome light-up valentine for that special someone? Come to Forsyth Public Library on Saturday, February 10 any time from 10 a.m.–2 p.m. to create a card that really lights up to brighten someone’s Valentine’s Day. We’ll also make a fun valentine tic-tac-toe snack you can both play with and enjoy. You won’t want to miss it!

Valentines for Vets

Help us demonstrate appreciation for veterans this Valentine’s Day. Between January 29 and February 9, bring your creativity to the library, and we will supply materials for making valentines to bring cheer to a veteran. Valentines will be delivered to the Veterans Affairs Illiana Health Care System in Danville shortly before Valentine’s Day. All ages are encouraged to help convey gratitude and care for those who have served our country.

Crazy 8s Math

If you are a third- to fifth-grader, it is not too late to sign up for our awesome after-school math club called Crazy 8s! We’ll be playing card games, exploring optical illusions and so much more. The club will meet on Thursdays from 4-5 p.m. in February and April. Call the library at 877-8174 to register.

Dance with Me

Come Brain Dance with Michi Barber from The Dance Centre! Children and an adult partner will dance and learn together, exploring fun movement patterns that provide a body and brain workout. Activities are designed for ages 16 months through 3 years, but all children not yet in kindergarten are welcome to attend. Sessions are offered February 20, March 20 and April 17 at 10 a.m. No registration is necessary.

Story Time

Preschoolers! Come join the story time fun on Fridays at 10 a.m. Children ages 3 to 5 are invited to come play games, create crafts, sing and, of course, listen to stories with us. On February 2 we’ll celebrate Backwards Day, and then be sure to come back on February 9 for Jungle Jam story time. Our February 16 story time is Splish Splash Taking a Bath. Siblings are welcome, and no registration is necessary.

Baby TALK

Baby TALK meets every Wednesday morning from 9:30–10:15 a.m. at the library. No registration is necessary. Baby TALK times are presented by trained instructors and are designed for children ages birth to 3. Each session includes time to address children’s achievements and challenges in a supportive forum. Your young child will have fun playing, singing, listening and dancing at Baby TALK. Join us!

Binge Reading

With extreme weather making binge-watching television a popular option for entertainment, why not consider binge-reading as a great alternative? Many authors craft series running from trilogies to alphabet themed multi-titles. Flex your brain with a good series. The library can help you find a new author to explore or help you revisit an old standby.

Green Bags

Reduce your carbon footprint in 2018 by purchasing one of our sturdy, reusable book bags imprinted with the Forsyth Public Library logo. Available for $2, your new book bag will show your partnership with the library in helping to make Forsyth a greener community.

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