NovDec 2021 Newsletter

GRANVILLE PUBLIC LIBRARY Teens & Adults can register to reserve a macrame snowflake take & make craft kit to complete on their own. There is no corresponding program. wintertime craft : macrame snowflake for Teens & Adults available December 8 at noon Ugly Sweater Get Together Thursday, December 16 | 6:30--8:00 PM Community Room Create your dream ugly sweater while you enjoy a break from studying for finals. We'll provide the supplies & snacks too! Jigsaw Puzzle Race Saturday, December 18 | 6--8:00 PM Adults & Teens Grades 7-12 Library Reading Room Race to complete a 500-piece jigsaw puzzle in this after-hours program. Create a team of 3-6 people; only one team member needs to register their team to reserve a spot. Dungeons & Dragons December 20 & 21 | 1-4:00 PM Community Room Adventure awaits! Register to join in on a D&D quest. Beginners welcome. Experienced players must have some experience and a character ready to join in. Please plan to complete the adventure by attending both days. Board Games & Pizza Night Friday, November 12 | 6-8:00 PM Community Room Join us for a fun evening of games and pizza! Gnome-vember Knit-a-Long Thursday, November 18 | 6-8:00 PM Adults and Teens Grades 7-12 Community Room Join us to make an adorable knit gnome. We'll supply the yarn and stuffing; you supply the US Size 6 40" circular needles. Basic kntting skills required. NOVEMBER Registration required for all programs. To register, go to Introducing LEGOs at the Library! Following eleven successful years of the library's annual train show, we are chugging along to something new - LEGO displays at the library. There will be various displays throughout the library for the Candlelight Walking Tour for you to enjoy, including a LEGO train. "train guys" who have volunteered their time over the past 11 years to make the annual train show so special. We give our heartfelt appreciation to Bob Elfreich, Ron Winters, Bill Wilken, Ed Boehm, Carl Miller, Jack Bushman, Dave Redrow, Marty Flautt, Tim Schoenenburger, and in memoriam, Guy Remonko. We would like to take this opportunity to thank the Thank you to our "train guys"! NEW CANDLELIGHT WALKING TOUR EVENTS AT THE LIBRARY FRIDAY FIRST Watercolor Painting with Bryn Du Art Center Friday, November 5 | 5:30-7:00 PM Community Room No fear, just paint! In this one-time class, we will experiment with multiple ways to use watercolor and create playful, vibrant artwork. EVENTS FOR TEENS. Grades 7-12 217 E . B r oadway | Gr anv i l l e , Oh i o | 740 - 587 - 0196 | www. Gr anv i l l e L i b r a r y . o r g Teen Action Group (T.A.G.) November 2 | 5-6:00 PM November 14, 21 | 1-3:00 PM November 29, 30 & December 1 | 5-7:00 PM We're meeting to prepare for Granville's Candlelight Walking Tour. Interested in T.A.G.? Fill out an application at the library! Granville Middle School Book Club Thursday, November 4 & Friday, December 3 10:30 AM | GMS Library GMS students, join Mrs. Bice, Mrs. Tallentire, and Wendy from GPL for a lunchtime book club. We provide the books. Join anytime! Register with Mrs. Bice. RECURRING: Exclusively for Grades 7-12 see displayed. They are teens in Grades 7-12 who have spent hours working on the brick building, assisting us with preparing for various library programs, testing out teen program ideas, working on the decorations you see throughout the year to make the library a fun and festive place to be. Our teens are the best! Our LEGO Builders. The library's Teen Action Group (T.A.G.) have worked hard to build the LEGO displays you will Why the change? the train show annually. All are retirees who are passionate about model railroading and have worked hard to make the train show an event to look forward to. After 11 successful years, it is time for them to hang up their engineer caps and enjoy their holidays. We have been fortunate to have a dedicated group of "train guys" to setup and coordinate NOV | DEC 2021 DECEMBER Runaway Reindeer. There will be puzzles to decipher and clues to discover. We will also have a seek-and-find library for little ones, crafts to make, and other activities too! LEGOs and what else? In addition to LEGO displays throughout the library, you can solve the Mystery of the The proper wearing of masks is strongly recommended for participation in all indoor, in-person programs. TWEEN TECH: Conductive Glove Make-a-Long Tuesday, December 14 | 4-6:00 PM | Grades 4-6 | Zoom Register to reserve a kit, then join us for this live Zoom program to modify a pair of gloves that you can wear while you use your touch screen devices. Great for yourself or as a gift! ADULT TALKING TECH: Passwords Friday, December 17 | 4-6:00 PM | Learning Lab As the year winds down, you should be thinking about new passwords for the new year. We will also discuss what makes a good password, password safety, and password managers. TEEN TECH: Felt Ornament Tuesday, December 21 | 4-6:00 PM | Grades 7-12 | Learning Lab Create small felted ornaments for the holidays that will light up using LEDs! DECEMBER TWEEN TECH: Polyhedra Lantern Make-a-Long Tuesday, November 9 | 4-6:00 PM | Grades 4-6 | Zoom Register to reserve a kit, then join us for this live Zoom program to create an enchanting paper lantern sculpture using LED lights. ADULT TALKING TECH: Buying and Selling Online Friday, November 12 | 4-6:00 PM |Learning Lab With holidays soon approaching, you may be looking for alternatives for purchasing holiday gifts or even looking to sell your own items to downsize for the new year. This class will discuss different types of selling platforms and ways to send and receive money as we prepare for the holiday season. TEEN TECH: Circuit Stars Tuesday, November 16 | 4-6:00 PM | Grades 7-12 | Learning Lab Teens can register to create beautiful origami stars and illuminate them with LED lights. TECHNOLOGY CLASSES. All programs require registration. To register, go to NOVEMBER