Starting Monday, February 8 AARP volunteers will be at the library preparing tax returns for free. You do not need to be a member of AARP to take advantage of this free service. Please call 255-0791, Monday thru Friday 9:30-3:30 to schedule an appointment.
Bring your sewing machine and a bag lunch and work with others to create quilts for children in need. Learn sewing tips, and make some new friends. Please contact the library to find out additional tools to bring such as rotary cutter and mat.
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Guess what? Coloring is not just for kids anymore! Coloring clubs are forming all over the United States. It’s relaxing, it’s creative, and it’s extra-fun to do with others. The library will have supplies if you don’t have any, or bring your own projects. We’ll offer this once a month, or more often if there is a demand!
In this program participants will learn how to choose a shop name, get their products found in a search, photograph products, and price and ship items. Participants will leave the class with their shop started and with the tools to fully open their shop when they are ready.
$20 per person, preregistration is required.
Instructor: Leah LaFera has over 18 years of small business and teaching experience. She is a certified Etsy Craft Entrepreneurship trainer and has taught both business and hands-on craft programs at public libraries in upstate New York.
We supply the Legos, you supply the creativity!
This presentation will take us on a tour of the native peoples Dr. Price studied worldwide in the 1930s in his search for human health. By discovering the traditional diets of these ancestral people, we can better understand the relationship food has to our health and well being.
Herbalist Dina Falconi is author of the popular book Foraging and Feasting: A Field Guide and Wild Food Cookbook (2013), and an engaging educator who delights in introducing people to the bounty of edibles growing in their own backyards.
Dr. Price’s work was the inspiration for the popular cookbook Nourishing Traditions by Sally Fallon.
Bill Robinson has been working with birds of prey and reptiles for decades and knows how to inspire people, young and old, with up-close contact with these animals and by sharing details about their behavior and special talents. This free presentation is made possible by an anonymous grant.
This month we will be discussing 5 frame beekeeping, or beekeeping with nucleus colonies in comparison to the many variations of hive sizes/styles available. We will talk about the possible benefits of encouraging the bees natural tendency to build their hives vertically and cut back on the horizontal space available to them. For more on this topic, come join the discussion!
Go to hvhives.com for more information about this monthly group. Each month they cover a topic related to supporting beekeeping. Beginners and seasoned beekeepers are all very welcome!