Poster: The Birds
Moon Lite Drive-In Theater
Community Locations
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Premieres Monday, June 28 at 9:00 pm

Ages 13 & Up: In Alfred Hitchcock's classic thriller, socialite Melanie Daniels pursues Mitch Brenner, a lawyer that she meets at a San Francisco pet shop, after he plays a practical joke on her. To return the favor, Melanie goes to Bodega Bay where she meets Mitch and his family. Upon her arrival, however, the local birds begin to exhibit strange behaviors that quickly escalate to violent attacks. Each car will receive free admission and the first 100 cars to arrive will receive a complimentary popcorn. Rated PG-13. Gates open at 9:00 p.m.

Little Girl Reading Under Tree
Main Library
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Premieres Monday, June 21 at 10:00 am

Ages 0-5: Sing songs, learn rhymes, and practice your hopping skills with your child at this frog-tastic storytime! Dress for outdoor, socially-distanced play, weather permitting. Library outdoor events will be socially-distanced and masks will be required.

Cupcakes Decorated to Look Like Dogs
YouTube
Digital Programs
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Premieres Saturday, June 19 at 1:00 pm

Ages 5-19: These adorable treats aren't for the dogs! Bake your favorite cupcakes, cookies, or cake with your child, then follow along with the informational video to decorate them using icing and a piping bag. Contact 812.232.1113 for more information. Kit registration and pickup begins Saturday, June 5 while supplies last.

Howling Wolf
Main Library
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Premieres Monday, June 28 at (All day)

You can change the world through the decisions you make! Learn how to be a conservationist and how to make choices that will positively impact the Earth with these three books: How to be a Conscious Eater by Sophie Egan; Citizen Scientist: Searching for Heroes and Hope in the Age of Extinction by Mary Ellen Hannibal; and Our Wild Calling by Richard Louv. You will find an invitation to both a virtual and an outdoor discussion in your kit. Kit registration and pick is available from Monday, June 14 to Monday, June 28 while supplies last. Library outdoor events will be socially-distanced and masks will be required.

Blue Jay on a Branch
Zoom
Digital Programs
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Premieres Monday, June 21 at 10:00 am

Master the best practices of bird photography, pick up some new tips and tricks, and receive a list of local birding hot spots from Marty Jones, an expert nature and wildlife photographer with over forty years of experience. Attendees will be entered in a random drawing for a $30.00 Galloway Camera voucher; ten winners will be chosen. TREES Inc. will announce their 2021 Photography Contest at the end of this program. Register to receive a Zoom link.

Mother Showing Infant a Laptop
Zoom
Digital Programs
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Premieres Monday, June 14 at 10:00 am

Ages 0-5: Build your child's early literacy skills, develop their fine-motor abilities, and encourage a lifelong love of reading with Zoom Storytime!

Mother Showing Infant a Laptop
Zoom
Digital Programs
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Premieres Monday, June 28 at 10:00 am

Ages 0-5: Build your child's early literacy skills, develop their fine-motor abilities, and encourage a lifelong love of reading with Zoom Storytime!

Service Dog with Paw in Human Hand
Main Library
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Premieres Monday, June 21 at (All day)

Loyal and loving, dogs have had a positive influence on human lives' for centuries. But dogs aren't just people's pets. They can be found working alongside police and the military and providing emotional support for those who need them. Discover some of these amazing canine companions through three novels: The Finders by Jeffrey B. Burton; The Dog I Loved by Susan Wilson; and Soldier Dogs by Marcus Sutter. You will find an invitation to both a virtual and an outdoor discussion in your kit. Kit registration and pickup available from Monday, June 7 to Monday, June 21 while supplies last. Library outdoor events will be socially-distanced and masks will be required.

Colorful Vegetables
Main Library
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Premieres Friday, June 18 at 8:00 am

Expand your palate with recipes from two new books: Eating in Color by Frances Largeman-Rothand and The Home Cook's Guide to Journaling by Paige Rhodes. Perfect for either a beginning cook or an adventurous one, Eating in Color will teach you how to select, store, and use a wide variety of foods-from black rice to grapes. The Home Cook's Guide to Journaling will not only help you preserve family recipes, but also provide guidance for meal planning, grocery shopping, and budgeting. Purdue Extension will supply even more helpful tips in your kit about how to save money and keep your pantry stocked with healthy food. Kit registration and pickup available from Friday, June 4 to Friday, June 18 while supplies last.

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Digital Programs
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Premieres Saturday, July 18 at 10:00 am

Use watercolor resist to create special effect artwork. Contemporary artist John Lovett will be featured in this virtual program. Painting kits will be available for curbside pickup beginning Wednesday, July 15. The video will be posted on the Library's Facebook page at www.facebook.com/vigolibrary.

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