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  1. Adult Craft Evenings
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    Once or twice a month the library hosts adult craft nights featuring easy projects that can be completed in about 2 hours.  It’s an excellent opportunity to get out of the house and engage yourself in creative tasks to relieve the stress and strain of your busy schedule.  Many of our crafts are things you’ve seen featured on Pinterest and haven’t had the time or energy to collect all the needed parts and pieces.  Let us do that for you. 

    Thursday, February 22, at 6:00 PM we’ll be making gratitude jars.  Oprah says, “The more grateful you are, the more present you become, the more joy you bring into your life.”  Capture those thoughts and wishes for every day or a special event.

  1. Author Visit - Susan Karsten
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    Join us Thursday, February 15 at 6:30 as the library hosts local area author Susan Karsten. We’ll be discussing her book, A Match for Melissa, an inspirational historical novel. 

    From Amazon:  Susan is the wife of a real estate broker and mother of three, mother-in-law to one, and grandma to two baby boys. Her hobbies include fitness (mostly jogging with her friend, Sandy and her friend's dog, Millie), quilting (definitely taking a back seat to writing), and reading.

    Her love for writing developed while in college where she earned a BS degree in Home Economics, with a minor in Speech.

    Having home-schooled her children, and with child-rearing days at an end, Susan now invests time in writing fiction and working at a bank. With a contracted three-book Regency historical romance series, a humorous chapter book, and a cozy mystery complete, she is working on a Regency novella. Her personal blog can be found at graciouswoman.wordpress.com.