Meeting Room - Maze Branch

Maker Mondays

Join us for a different craft each week. We'll provide the supplies, you provide the creativity! Best for ages 3+.

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Mother Goose on the Loose Storytime

For babies and 1s with a caregiver. This interactive, fun-filled, lapsit storytime uses rhymes, songs, puppets, musical instruments, and more to stimulate the learning process.

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Mother Goose on the Loose Storytime

For babies and 1s with a caregiver. This interactive, fun-filled, lapsit storytime uses rhymes, songs, puppets, musical instruments, and more to stimulate the learning process.

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Shark Week Storytime & Craft

Da-duh. Da-duh. Join us as we celebrate our favorite finned friends with some shark-themed read-alouds and a fun fishy craft. Best for ages 3+.

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Kids Craft: Rainbow Snails

They may be slow, but they're far from dull! Join us as we make snails using colorful tissue paper. Best for ages 3+.

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Family Craft: Papermaking with Zenith Art Studio

Ever wonder what it takes to make paper? Join us as Zenith Art Studio demystifies the art of papermaking, step by step. Then, make your very own paper using fabric we've provided. Ages 8+. Register beginning July 23. Weather contingent.

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Truth Is Stranger Than Fiction: The Guns of August

Join us to discuss The Guns of August by Barbara W. Tuchman.
As we begin to commemorate the centennial of the First World War, read this Pulitzer Prize winning history which brings to life the people and events which led up to war -- how the war started and why, and why it couldn't be stopped.
This discussion is part of our nonfiction series, Truth Is Stranger Than Fiction. Copies of The Guns of August will be available at Maze Branch a month before the discussion. Library book discussions are open to all who are committed to reading and talking about books.

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Truth Is Stranger Than Fiction: The Color of Water

Join us to discuss The Color of Water: A Black Man's Tribute to His White Mother by James McBride. This book is a testament to one woman's true heart, solid values, and indomitable will. Ruth Jordan battled not only racism but also poverty to raise her children and, despite being sorely tested, never wavered.
This discussion is part of our nonfiction series, Truth Is Stranger Than Fiction. Copies of The Color of Water. will be available at Maze Branch a month before the discussion. Library book discussions are open to all who are committed to reading and talking about books.

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Mysterious History of England: Jane and the Unpleasantness at Scargrave Manor

Join us to discuss Jane and the Unpleasantness at Scargrave Manor by Stephanie Barron. It's 1803 and due to the madness of King George, England is about to come under the Regency of the Prince-Regent (soon to be George IV). "Jane Austen," now 28, is compelled to find out the truth behind the death of her friend's very wealthy husband.

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The Mysterious History of England: Blind Justice

Join us to discuss Blind Justice by Bruce Alexander.
It's 1768 and King George III reigns. Sir John Fielding and his brother Henry Fielding (the novelist) have formed London's first police force, the Bow Street Runners. Sir John is a magistrate - and blind - so he uses Jeremy Proctor as his eyes to uncover the truth in cases appearing before him.

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