Music has affected the lives of
people all over the world from ancient times to modern day. Lauren Pelon traces the
story of music while performing songs from around the world on instruments,
such as archlute, lute-guitar, lyre,
pennywhistles, and many others.
for coffee and conversation as we enjoy a taste of the artistry in our
community and present awards. Prizes will be awarded to the Best of Show and
People's Choice, as voted by library patrons.
David Fletcher from Bloomington's BLU Boy Chocolates will
discuss the history of chocolate then attendees will have the chance to sample
handcrafted chocolates. The event is free; however seating is limited and
reservations are required.
Preserve your legacy! Scan your old family photos (8.5"x11"
or smaller), family historical documents, wills, marriage licenses, and other
one-of-a-kind items. Patron must provide USB storage device and reasonable
number of items.
serve as important symbolism in Hurston's "Their Eyes Were Watching God"
and Vigo County Parks Department's Amber Slaughterbeck will be on hand to discuss
this significance while also highlighting local species.
Enjoy food, games, and entertainment! When you register for a
library card, you will receive a complimentary library tote bag. If you
already have a card, bring a friend to earn a bag with their registration.