UPCOMING EVENTS FOR ALL AGES
Saturday, March 1. 11 AM - noon. Author/crafter/knitting pattern designer
Joanna Johnson visits to share her books and a trunk show featuring
handcrafted items, including clothing, quilts and home furnishings, from
the patterns in the books. Books will be available for purchase at the event.
This event was rescheduled from February. All ages.
Sunday, March 9. 2 PM. Downton Abbey Season 4 Party. Join us for an
English tea with refreshments reminiscent of those served up by Mrs.
Patmore's kitchen, make an elegant no-sew infinity scarf, and watch the
premiere episode of Downton Abbey's 4th season. Teens to adults.
Please sign up at the library to insure sufficient treats & scarf supplies.
Wednesday, March 19. 1 PM. Quilters Club. Join local quilters talk about
projects, patterns and designs. Note this new time and day for 2014.
Thursday, March 20. 6 PM. PJ Nite. Preschoolers will love hearing several
stories with guest readers.
Monday, March 24. 2-3 PM. The Denver Zoo brings its "Colorado Alive!"
program featuring a fun and educational opportunity to learn about a variety
of Colorado wildlife. The Denver Zoo limits the number of participants to 30
for this program. Tickets will be available at the library beginning Saturday,
March 8 on a first-come, first-serve basis. Suitable for children in grades 3-5.
Monday, March 24. 3:15–4 PM. The Denver Zoo visit concludes with
"Remarkable Reptiles," featuring a variety of live animals for attendees
to meet and learn about. The Denver Zoo limits the number of
participants to 30 for this program. Tickets for this event will be available
at the library beginning Wednesday, March 12 on a first-come, first-serve
basis. Suitable for children in grades 1-5.
**A ticket for one zoo program does not entitle admittance to the other program.
A ticket must be obtained for each program**
Wednesday, March 26. 11:30 AM. The Eaton Police Department, Eaton Fire
Protection District and the Library will offer child safety resources at the
Library, including a fingerprinting/identification kit and 9-1-1 instruction aimed
at children. Meet the people who serve & protect Eaton. All ages.
Friday, April 11. 6:30-8:00 PM to share your perspectives of the
book "The House Girl" by Tara Conklin. Copies are available at the
Library to borrow for your reading.
Wednesday, April 23 - Holocaust survivor and author Estelle Laughlin will
speak of her life growing up in Poland under Nazi control. This program
will be held at the Eaton High School auditorium at 1:30 PM.