SeptOct 2022 Newsletter

GRANVILLE PUBLIC LIBRARY OCTOBER ADULT TECH: Autumn Charm Wednesday, October 5 | 6-:8:00 PM Get into the spooky season and create a small Halloween or autumn charm. TEEN TECH: Halloween Pins Wednesday, October 12 | 6-8:00 PM | Grades 7-12 Create a spooky pin out of wood or acrylic with our Glowforge. TWEEN TECH: Light-Up Acrylic Tags Monday, October 19 | 5-7:00 PM Grades 4-6 Stay visible in the dark this Halloween by creating a light-up tag to wear. SEPTEMBER Tween Tech: Box Monster Wednesday, September 14 | 6-8:00 PM | Grades 4-6 Get a start on the Halloween season and decorate your own box monster to hold treasures! We will use the Glowforge to cut cardboard and then construct and decorate our monsters. Adult Tech: Handwritten Keychain Wednesday, September 21 | 6-8:00 PM We will take a short handwritten phrase and create a keychain. Please bring a short phrase you want to use or we can use your own handwriting in class. Teen Tech: Wooden Bracelet Monday, September 26 | 3-5:00 PM | Grades 7-12 Create a small wooden personalized bracelet for you or a friend! Batter Battle Friday, September 2 | 5:30-7:00 PM Teams will compete to see who can create the most thematic cake creation. Will you be the cake boss? . Glow for It! Friday, October 7 | 5:30-7:00 PM Don't be in the dark! Register to join us for black light painting and creating glow-inthe-dark terror-iums. FRIDAY FIRST Exclusively for Grades 7-12 Registration required - www.GranvilleLibrary.org/calendar/month. Unless otherwise noted, all events take place in the Library Community Room. Consulting and Former GHS School Counselor. World Insights: Russia’s Role in the World: Internal Debates from Peter the Great to Vladimir Putin via Zoom Tuesday, September 27 | 7-8:30 PM When Russia launched a full-scale invasion of neighboring Ukraine in February, most onlookers in the United States reacted with horror and revulsion. They also expressed confusion: Why was the war happening? This talk will argue that the instigator of the attack on Ukraine, Vladimir Putin, has taken a firm stance on a philosophical question that has bedeviled Russians for centuries, namely what their country’s role in the world —its historical destiny— should be. Dr. Matthew Slaboch is an assistant professor in the School of Civic and Economic Thought and Leadership at Arizona State University. OCTOBER Writing workshop with Bryn Du Artist-in-Residence AJ Strosahl Thursday, October 6 | 6-7:30 PM Join us as we explore writing for the magical realism to horror genres with Bryn Du's Artist in Residence, AJ Strosahl. Trick or Treat BINGO Friday, October 28 | 6-7:30 PM Will you win a trick or a treat? You can win something awesome, like a gift card, or something like a rubber rat. Register to come and try your luck. 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) Tuesday, September 6 & October 4 5:30-6:30 PM We will be getting ready for the Candlelight Walking Tour! GMS Book Club Fridays | Lunch Periods | Project Center September 2 & October 7 Join Mrs. Bice and Wendy from GPL for book club! Pick between two titles we provide and attend the October meeting to discuss. See Mrs. Bice to register to attend. GMS Book Club will meet on the first Friday of the month throughout the year. Miss a meeting? You can pick up a copy of the selected title at GPL or from Mrs. Bice. Seventh and eighth graders welcome! SEASONAL TAKE & MAKE Disappearing Pretzel Ghosts Available beginning Oct. 5 at Noon Teens in Grades 7-12 Teens and Adults can register to reserve a take & make craft kit to complete on their own. One kit per family. RECURRING: The Amazing Race: Outdoor Edition Friday, September 9 | 5:30-7:00 PM Infirmary Mound Park, Shelter House #6 For this special edition program co-hosted by Licking County Park District, teams will take on various challenges and race to win. Be prepared to get wet. Boo Bat Knit-a-Long Thursday, September 15 | 6-8:00 PM Teens in Grades 7-12 & Adults Get a head start on Halloween by knitting a cute bat stuffie. We'll supply the yarn, eyes, and stuffing. You supply the Size 2 needles. Show Me the $$$: Tips for families who will NOT qualify for financial aid (+ a little COVID talk too) via ZOOM Tuesday, September 20 | 7-8:30 PM You'll leave with valuable takeaways on how to search for scholarships, how to leverage your student's academic profile when applying, and how to understand a college's net price. Each student is unique and so is every family's financial situation. This strategizing session will map out a timeline for you (and your student) to prepare financially. We'll also touch on a few key ways COVID-19 has impacted the college process. Students are encouraged to attend with their parents. Presented by Amber Gilsdorf, Independent College Planning Consulant with Estrela SEPTEMBER SEPT | OCT 2022 TECHNOLOGY CLASSES. Registration required - www.GranvilleLibrary.org/calendar/month. All classes take place in the Library Learning Lab.

Sunday, October 9 | 1-3:00 PM The John L. and Christine Warner Library and Student Center, The Ohio State University at Newark/COTC, 1219 University Drive Join One Book One Community, a free community book club, in reading "The Ride of Her Life" by Elizabeth Letts. A book discussion with the author will be held on October 9. FREE books available to the first 100 registrants. Register at any public library in Licking County or call contact Laura Walsh, 740-364-9514 or walsh.276@osu.edu. BOOK CLUBS: Overlooked Books Book Club Wednesdays | 7-8:00 PM September 14 - My Monticello by Jocelyn Nicole Johnson October 12 | 7-8:00 PM - Killers of the Flower Moon: The Osage Murders and the Birth of the FBI by David Grann Copies of the books are available at the Library Circulation Desk. Granville's Test Kitchen Cookbook Club Wednesday, September 28 | 7:00-8:00 PM Heirloom Kitchen: Heritage Recipes and Family Stories from Tables of Immigrant Women by Anna Francese Gass Copies of the books are available at the library Circulation Desk. SEASONAL TAKE & MAKE Disappearing Pretzel Ghosts Available beginning Oct. 5 at Noon Adults & Teens in Grades 7-12 can register to reserve a take & make craft kit to complete on their own. One kit per family. After-Storytime Preschool Craft Hosted by Robbins Hunter Museum Thursday, September 8 | 11:15-11:45am Ages 3-5 | Registration Required Stick around after Preschool Storytime for a craft in the Long Room. Family Movie Night: Bad Guys (PG) Friday, September 16 | 5:30-7:40 PM Movie starts promptly at 6 PM/No admittance after 6 PM | Families with Kids of All Ages Bring pillows, blankets, and a picnic dinner. Popcorn provided. Open Play for Little Ones Friday, September 23 | 10-11:00 AM Drop in | Toddlers and Preschoolers Drop in anytime during the hour to play and socialize. OCTOBER Mapcap Puppets presents The Legend of Sleepy Hollow Friday, October 7 | 6-7:00 PM | All Ages Bryn Du Mansion backyard stage/ Rain location: Granville Parent Co-Op Preschool Gymnasium In partnership, Bryn du Mansion and Granville Public Library bring Madcap Puppets to the village for a hilarious outdoor production of Washington Irving's classic story. Bring your own blankets or chairs. Children's Department at the Farmer's Market Saturday, October 8 | 8:30-12:00 PM Chat with GPL staff about library services and upcoming programs. SEPTEMBER Blowing Off S.T.E.A.M.: Mindfulness and COVID-Related Stress & Anxiety via Zoom with Sullivan Ray Tuesday, September 13 | 7-8:00 PM In this session Sullivan Ray will summarize a mindfulness study that she and her Denison co-authors recently published in the journal titled Counselling & Psychotherapy Research. The study has been cited during mindfulness instructor training offered by Duke University. Register to join us via Zoom for this community-based open forum discussion. Brought to you by OSU-N, Denison University, and the Granville Public Library. Boo Bat Knit-a-Long Thursday, September 15 | 6-8:00 PM Teens in Grades 7-12 & Adults Get a head start on Halloween by knitting a cute bat stuffie. We'll supply the yarn, eyes, and stuffing. You supply the Size 2 needles. Show Me the $$$: Tips for families who will NOT qualify for financial aid (+ a little COVID talk too) via ZOOM Tuesday, September 20 | 7-8:30 PM You'll leave with valuable takeaways on how to search for scholarships, how to leverage your student's academic profile when applying, and how to understand a college's net price. Each student is unique and so is every family's financial situation. This strategizing session will map out a timeline for you (and your student) to prepare financially. We'll also touch on a few key ways COVID-19 has impacted the college process. Students are encouraged to attend with their parents. Presented by Amber Gilsdorf, Independent College Planning Consultant with Estrela Consulting and Former GHS School Counselor. World Insights: Russia’s Role in the World: Internal Debates from Peter the Great to Vladimir Putin via Zoom Tuesday, September 27 | 7-8:30 PM When Russia launched a full-scale invasion of neighboring Ukraine in February, most onlookers in the United States reacted with horror and revulsion. This talk will argue that the instigator of the attack on Ukraine, Vladimir Putin, has taken a firm stance on a philosophical question that has bedeviled Russians for centuries, namely what their country’s role in the world —its historical destiny— should be. Dr. Matthew Slaboch is an assistant professor in the School of Civic and Economic Thought and Leadership at Arizona State University. OCTOBER Blowing Off S.T.E.A.M.: IN STEP: Diversity, Equity and Inclusion in Drum Corps International via Zoom with Genevieve Geisler, CFO/COO, of the Bluecoats Drum Corps Tuesday, October 11 | 7-8:00 PM Genevieve Geisler will share her experiences as Chair of "IN STEP", Drum Corps International's diversity, equity & inclusion initiative. The Bluecoats Drum Corps is one of the world's top ranked drum and bugle ensembles. Build Your Investor IQ Tuesday, October 18 | 7-8:00 PM The foundation of investing starts with understanding the basics. Amanda Johnson, Financial Advisor with Edward Jones, will help you understand the importance of developing a strategy, the impact of asset allocation, and the influence of inflation on your long-term goals. Witch Craft Thursday, October 20 | 6-8:00 PM Come conjure up a fun craft! Use book folding to create a little witch to add magic to your Halloween decor. STORYTIMES September 6 to October 27 10:30-11:00 AM | Robbins Hunter Museum, The Jill Griesse Historic Garden (in case of inclement weather, storytime will be in the Library's Community Room) Baby Time | Tuesdays | 0-18 mos. Toddler Time | Wednesdays | 19 mos.-3yrs. Preschool Time | Thursdays | 3-5 yrs. Register for a special post-Preschool Time craft at Robbins Hunter on Sept. 8 & Oct.13 EVENTS FOR CHILDREN. Newborn - Grade 6 For programs requiring registration, go to www.GranvilleLibrary.org/calendar/month. Unless otherwise noted, all programs take place in the Library Community Room. EVENTS FOR ADULTS. Registration required - www.GranvilleLibrary.org/calendar/month. Unless otherwise noted, all programs take place in the Library Community Room. After Storytime Craft Hosted by Robbins Hunter Museum Thursday, October 13 | 11:15-11:45 AM Ages 3-5 | Registration Required Stick around after Preschool Time for a craft in the Long Room. Boo! B-I-N-G-O Friday, October 14 | 2-3:00 PM Grades K-6 | Registration Required Get a BINGO and win a book. All STEAMED Up: Dancing Ghost Tuesday, October 18 | 4:30-5:00 PM Grades 3-6 | Registration Required Make a dancing ghost while learning about electrons. Beggar's Night Halloween Party Thusday, October 27 | 6-7:30 PM All Ages Games, refreshments, and a free book for children and teens will be available in the Children's Department. Open Play for Little Ones Friday, October 28 | 10-11:00 AM Drop in | Toddlers and Preschoolers Drop in anytime during the hour to play and socialize. Twilight Tales Monday, October 31 | 6:30-7:30 PM Families with Children Ages 3 and Up A craft followed by spooky songs, stories, and a snack. RECURRING Take-Home Activity Kits Free on September 1 and October 1 Little Library Learners | Ages 3-5 DIY Fun! | Grades K-6 For Granville Public Library card holders while supplies last. Music 4U! Saturdays | September 17 & October 15 1-1:30pm | Families with Kids of all Ages Musicians from the Newark-Granville Symphony Orchestra will perform classics and new works to bring your favorite children's books to life. SEPTEMBER Marvelous Migrating Monarchs Walk & Story for All Ages Wednesday, September 7 | 5:30-6:30 PM Infirmary Mound Park, Shelter House #6 Join us and the Licking County Park District to learn more about monarchs and their marvelous migration. ALL TOGETHER NOW. For programs requiring registration, go to www.GranvilleLibrary.org/calendar/month. Unless otherwise noted, all programs take place in the Library Community Room. Events for All Ages Halloween Fashion Show Saturday, October 15 | 7-8:00 PM Model your costume on the runway or just come to see the latest in Halloween fashions. Refreshments provided. Movie Night Hosted by Robbins Hunter: Hocus Pocus (PG) Saturday, October 22 |6-7:30 PM Robbins Hunter Museum, The Jill Griesse Historic Garden In partnership, Robbins Hunter and Granville Public Library present an outdoor movie. Bring pillows and blankets or chairs to this event. Popcorn provided. SEPTEMBER Bikes to Art Festival & Parade Saturday, September 3 | 9:30-1:30 PM Rain Date: Sunday, September 4 | 9:30-1:30 PM Decorate your bike and ride it in the parade; enjoy free food and live music. Vi sit bikestoart.com for more details. OCTOBER Tree Time Saturday, October 1 | Ongoing | Clara Sinnett White Reading Room A photographic documention of the prehistoric and endangered species, the Dawn Re d Woods, created by artist Amanda Love. Book Sale a la Cart Saturday, October 1 | 10:00 AM-3:00 PM Stock up on books, DVDs and CDs for the winter. We have items for all ages. Most items are $1 each. For the last hour of the sale, you can fill a bag for $5. Proceeds benefit the Friends of the Granville Public Library. Night Hike and S'mores with the Licking Park District Monday, October 10 | 7:30-9:00 PM Infirmary Mound Park, Horse Arena Join us for a night hike, stories around the campfire, and s'mores.

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