Fiber Fun Night, Tuesday, Feb. 21st, 6pm
Are you a knitter? A crocheter? A (rug) hooker? Do you want to learn how to do any of those things? Drop in the Main Library on Tuesday, January 17th. Bring your own projects to work on and show off, or come and use supplies provided to start your own fiber obsession. The library will provide hot beverages, yarn, needles, and instruction for beginners. There is no registration required for this event; adults only.
Parenting Class: Peace for Parents
(presented by Our Lady of Peace) Monday, February 27th, noon-1pm
Presenter: Henry Fuqua, CADC
During adolescence, the body and brain are still developing. Drinking alcohol and other substance use during this critical developmental stage can lead to various issues including disrupted brain growth, learning difficulties, and substance use addiction. Attend this seminar to learn more about how substance use affects the adolescent brain and what to do if someone you know is struggling with addiction. A light lunch will be provided.
Space is limited so please call Lisa Prewitt at 502-432-2011 to reserve a seat. She can also be reached by e-mail at email@example.com.
Dungeons & Bookworms
Do you long to pick up your sword and slay dragons, or wield your magic for the good of the realm? This adult Pathfinder RPG group is for you! No experience needed, but registration is required. Space is limited. Email firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested in joining.
Adult Writer's Group, Saturdays 10am-noon
Meet other local writers for a weekly writing group that will meet in the Digital Media Lab. Come share something you’ve written, or take advantage of the Library atmosphere to get some writing done! We’ll provide a new writing prompt or exercise to get you started. Group will be meeting periodic Saturdays; check the calendar for specific dates!
Career Assistance from Kentuckiana Works
Looking for a new job in the new year? Representatives from Kentuckian Works will be at the Main Library every Friday from 10-2pm. Weekly sessions will include workshops on resume building, networking, linkedin, job search assistance and more.
THE GOLD CLUB
The Gold Club is a program for seniors at the Main Library. Every 2nd Thursday of the month, come to the Library for tea & a special event.
February 9, 10am: Come learn about the history and science of candy! Satisfy your sweet tooth and reminisce about your favorite childhood treats.
OPEN GAME DAYS
Drop in at the Main
Library during Open
Game Days for
tabletop fun! We have
over 100 different
board games to
choose from. Learn a
new game or play an
old favorite. This event
children under 12
years of age must be
accompanied by an
Saturday, February 18th, 1-5pm
Monthly computer classes are offered at the Main Library in LaGrange on a rotating basis. See the Computer Class Page for a list of offerings.
One-on-one computer tutoring at South Oldham Library and Mahan Library on alternating Fridays!