April in National Poetry Month. Submit your original poem
by April 18. Contest rules: Poem may be embellished with
drawing, painting, other artwork, collage, photo-
graph. Finished size should be no larger than 9" x 12"
Poems must be your original work and suitable for all ages
viewing as they will go on display in the Library.
Open to 3rd graders to adult. Include your name and
contact information on the back of your poem.
All entries are eligible for four Amazon.com gift cards to
be drawn on April 21.
Questions? Email email@example.com.
Saturday, April 5. 2:00 - 4:00 p.m. Lego returns! Join us at
the Eaton Community Building (basement of 200 Park Avenue)
for fun Lego building. Open to ages 4 and up. No registration
Friday, April 11. 6:30 - 8:00 p.m. Book club dinner & discussion
of The House Girl at the Eaton Public Library. Dinner followed
by discussion of Tara Conklin's debut novel about a class-action
slavery reparations suit and the true artist behind antebellum
paintings. Copies of the book are available to borrow at the
library circulation desk. For 18 and older.
Tuesday, April 15 from 6:00 - 7:00 p.m. -- Keeping Chickens: the
Beginner's Guide to the Basics. An agent of the CSU Extension
office will share a program at the library designed to inform
novices of the care, health, upkeep and daily attentions and
facilities needed to raise happy, healthy chickens. Open to all ages.
Wednesday, April 16. 1 PM. Quilters Club. Join local quilters
talk about projects, patterns and designs. Note this new
time and day for 2014.
Thursday, April 17. 6 PM. PJ Nite. Preschoolers will love
hearing several stories with guest readers.
Wednesday, April 23. 1:30 PM. Holocaust survivor and
author Estelle Laughlin will speak at the Eaton High School
Auditorium as part of the Greeley Holocaust Memorial
Observance events. Free admission. Sponsored by the
Eaton Library Board of Trustees.
Saturday, April 26 from 11:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. --
Author Joanna Johnson and her illustrator husband
Eric Johnson share their children's books, a
trunk show of handknitted and handcrafted items
from the books, and an artist's demo. All ages.