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  1. Pumpkin Spice Season
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    The library’s calendar this month is chock-full of events for all ages.  So, we must apologize for doing such a poor job of reading and reporting it. The correct date for the Adult DIY: Fairy Garden Cauldrons is Thursday, October 24, at 6:30 PM.  If you were planning to attend, we hope you can still make it.

    We’ll have mini pumpkins on hand ready for painting Wednesday, Oct 23, at 6 PM.  This program is open to all ages.

    Unlimited digital copies of the Libraries Transform Book Pick, After the Flood by Kassandra Montag, are available at through Monday, October 21st.  Check out a copy today.

    Stop by the Creative Corner and make an adorable fabric pumpkin. This 5-minute project is super simple: no cutting, gluing, or taping needed. While supplies last.

  1. Blue zones Virtual Cooking Demo/Potluck
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    The library is excited the Blue Zones Plant Slant Potluck group is committing to gathering together to enjoy each other's company and taking the opportunity to share favorite recipes while trying something new.  The next meeting on Tuesday, October 15, at 5:30 PM, will feature a digital online class through the library’s subscription to The Great Courses.  We’ll view Cooking with Vegetables: Winter Squashes.  Learn more about winter squash and the many varieties it comes in, from selecting the best, to preparing dishes including butternut squash carpaccio and maple custard in a pumpkin.

    Bring a plant slant dish to share and enjoy with others. It is not as complicated as you might think. Dig out your go-to recipe that includes fruit, vegetables, whole grains, or

    legumes (just a fancy name for beans). Maybe it is a simple salad, smoothie, or veggie tray. The possibilities are endless.

    Can’t make the potluck?  You can still view the class, and hundreds of others, anytime you’d like.  Just log into the library’s Rbdigital landing page at, create your account using your Horicon Library Card, and check out all the great offerings, including audiobooks, movies, concerts, classes, and more.

    Still not sure how to make it all work on your phone, tablet, or computer?  That same night at 6:30 PM, we’re offering Rbdigital training in the library's main area.  Don’t miss out on using these wonderful resources.