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Thursdays, Oct 27 - Nov 10, 6:00 - 8:00 pm
Join instructor Bette Van Dinther for this three-part class. Each week we'll read Romeo & Juliet together and discuss its relevancy to contemporary family life.
Space is limited. Sign up at the library or by calling 907-435-3195.
Friday, Oct 28, 11:00 am
Take a virtual field trip to the Ann Arbor Hands-On Museum, where we'll explore smoky cauldrons and mysterious concoctions. Participants will make two types of slime while learning about the three states of matter.
For ages 9 - 13
Saturday, Oct 29, 6:00 pm
Join us for a reading from local author Michael Armstrong's new book Truck Stop Earth.
Thursdays, 3:30 - 5:00 pm
The possibilities are endless! What will you create?
The Maker Club meets on Thursdays during the school year and is open to all kids ages 10 - 14*. No sign-up necessary.
For more information, contact Claudia Haines at 907-235-3180 or by email.
Read FREE digital magazines with your library card!
Curl up and get comfortable. With Flipster you can read the latest issues of your favorite digital magazines, often days before physical copies have arrived at the library.
Quickly access a magazine in your browser, or use the Flipster app to download a magazine to read later - even when you're offline!
Download e-books and audiobooks - from anywhere!
All you need to start using Alaska Digital Library is a valid library card, your account's PIN (password), and an internet-enabled device. With media available 24/7, your library is always open!
We’ve created a community-wide initiative to read fifteen books throughout the year. Anyone can participate, although the books were chosen with adults or mature teens in mind.
Each book you've read (and reported) enters you into a monthly drawing for a prize. Any person who reads and enters fifteen or more books by the end of the year will be eligible to win the grand prize!
America’s News is an online database of more than 2,400 full-text news sources, including 18 local and statewide Alaskan newspapers. Pick a single newspaper title to browse, or search the entire collection.
Access to this database is available from the library’s computers as well as remotely from home or anywhere. All you need is your library card to log in.START READING TODAY!