Adult Services

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Shutterfly Class – Sun. Oct. 19, 2:00 p.m.

This event is has passed.

We’ll explore the commercial website Shutterfly and what you can do with your photographs after you upload them to the website. We’ll share tips for making photobooks and other creative options. The class is free, but registration is required.

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TNT: Books n’ Beverages Book Club – Nov. 13, 7pm @ Yardhouse

This event is on November 13th, 2014 at 7:00pm

Join us for our Twenties n’ Thirtiesbook discussion of “Wool” by Hugh H0wey. We’ll meet at 7pm at Yardhouse @ Legends. Order drinks, have dinner, or just snack on some appetizers.

The book is available at the front desk at the library. Since we meet at a restaurant just let us know if you’d like to attend (even if you haven’t read the book).

Contact Amy @ the Library if you have any questions.

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Love beer? Learn to Home Brew!

This event is on November 8th, 2014 at 2:00pm

Learn to brew beer in your own basement (or kitchen!) in our “Homebrewing for Beginners” class November 8, at the Basehor VFW. The class will be taught by Jennifer Helber, owner of Grain to Glass, North Kansas City, MO.

This three-hour hands-on class requires a kitchen, so we’re holding it at the Basehor VFW, 2806 N 155th.

The class starts at 2 pm. Everyone will take home beer bottled in class!!

Cost is $5 per person, you must be 21 years or older (there will be taste-testing). The class is limited to 18 people, so call the library to reserve your spot!

Arm Knitting

Arm Knitting, Sat. Nov. 8, 10:00 a.m.

This event is on November 8th, 2014 at 10:00am

Have you heard about arm knitting?  A quick and fun knitting method that doesn’t use any knitting needles.  Your hands and arms do it all!  Susan Weston will teach you how to make a scarf in this special knitting class.  Please bring 2 skeins of bulky yarn.  Fee: $5.00 Registration is required.

P.S. Don’t worry. Sue will be holding her ever-popular basic knitting class starting in January.

 

 

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Antique Stationary Machines display, Nov. 15-30

This event is on November 1500, 2014

The small stationary machine revolutionized work, giving technology and power to all aspects of industrial and farm life. The number, types and uses of these machines were once huge, but declined as electrification became widespread. Tim Christoff will be sharing a part of his collection of antique stationary machines for display here at the library the last half of the month. Come by and see this amazing artifact of farm technology.