Kick those painful childhood memories of Monopoly to the curb, there’s a new way to showcase your board gaming prowess!
Grown-Up Game Night hosts adults for an evening of board games, refreshments, and socialization every fourth Monday at the Northside Library.
Games will range from classic standards to modern favorites, with tutorials to ensure participants are up-to-speed with the rules of each game.
The next session on June 24 from 6:30 – 8:45pm will feature Ticket to Ride and players will compete for control of the railways between cities across North America.
So don’t be shy, challenge your mind and bring a friend along to Grown-Up Game Night!
For a list of upcoming events, visit the JMRL website at http://www.jmrl.org.
The Central Library is bringing back Art in the Park at the Market Street Park over the summer. On June 29 we’ll be making 3D Flower Canvas Art. You can sign up here. This craft is recommended for adults.
Faux flowers and leaves
Paint and paintbrush
Step 1: Draw an outline of a vase with your pencil.
Step 2: Arrange flowers on top of your vase, starting with the largest flowers. Then, fill in holes with smaller blooms. Trim flowers as needed.
Step 3: Once you have arranged your large flowers, cut small slits in the canvas with the X-acto knife and slide the stems of the flowers through the back of the canvas. You may be able to fit a couple of flowers through one slit.
Step 4: Tape stems to the back of the canvas and glue flowers in place, if needed. Then add smaller flowers, and tape the back of the canvas again, if needed.
Step 5: Add leaves to fill in gaps. Secure leaves with glue.
Step 6: Finally, paint your vase and hang your masterpiece!
Here are a few more books for crafting inspiration:
The Flower Workshop by Ariella Chezar
Crafting with Florals
Wish you had a list of all the amazing events happening this summer at the Jefferson-Madison Regional Library (JMRL)?
Your wish has been granted!
Beyond the Books – Summer 2019 edition is now available at your local library branch and on the JMRL website!
The guide serves as a great resource for patrons of all ages to check out what’s happening at the library from June until August.
- Some activities you will find include,
- Developing early literacy skills with young children,
- Book clubs,
- Bilingual storytimes,
- Food tastings,
- Technology tutorials,
- Painting workshops,
- Game nights,
- Origami making,
And so much more.
Some of the activities require registration, so don’t delay in checking out what’s available.
Summer programming is funded by the JMRL Friends of the Library.
For more information about upcoming events at JMRL, visit www.jmrl.org.