Internet Safety Class

Join us on Wednesday, April 17, 2019 from 10:30-1:30 for this free class offered by the National Digital Equity Center. Learn tips and strategies to keep you and your family’s information safe online from hackers, predators and cyberbullies. This is a fast-paced 3-hour class. You don’t need a computer to attend. Register now: Add your …
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A Seussical Celebration

Attention Dr. Seuss fans: join us at the library on Friday, April 19 at 2 pm to celebrate your love of Dr. Seuss and get excited about SOCP Kids upcoming production of “Seussical Jr.” (a fantastical musical extravaganza directed by Bobby Keniston), which will be playing May 3-May 12 at Center Theatre. Come play games …
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DIY Wildflower Seed Bombs

What a great way to commemorate Earth Day by designing your own seed bombs. Have fun and contribute to the beauty and health of our planet. Join Carole Boothroyd of PCDC Education & Outreach on Thursday, April 18 at 2 pm for this mother nature-friendly project. We will make native wildflower seed bombs to look …
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April Artist: Pamela Pultz

Visit the library this month to view stained glass overlays by local artist Pamela Pultz. Pamela Pultz began working with stained glass in 1996 and has never stopped. Although Pam makes stained glass panels, and has done large 3D pieces, she decided to try her hand at metal overlays. Stained glass overlays are an exciting …
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Voices from HOME: Oral History Event

You are invited to participate in the Voices from HOME Oral History Project. Join us for a recording event on the theme “Roots” at the Thompson Free Library on Friday, April 12. Drop in anytime between 9 and 5 to conduct a brief oral history interview with a family member, friend, or neighbor. We will …
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