Acoustic Guitar
Meeting Room B
Main Library
Thursday, July 14
12:30 pm to 3:00 pm
The Community School of the Arts' Terre Haute Guitar Club is for beginning to intermediate levels, offering an opportunity for students to learn to play the guitar and create music while working with a group of peers. Students work on guitar techniques and musical concepts through engaging games and activities. Guitars are supplied to students in-class. No music experience is required, but space is limited to the first 10 participants that pre-register.
Acoustic Guitar
Meeting Room C
Main Library
Wednesday, July 13
9:00 am to 11:30 am
The Community School of the Arts' Terre Haute Guitar Club is for beginning to intermediate levels, offering an opportunity for students to learn to play the guitar and create music while working with a group of peers. Students work on guitar techniques and musical concepts through engaging games and activities. Guitars are supplied to students in-class. No music experience is required, but space is limited to ten children that pre-register.
Illustration of Kindergarten Children Playing with Blocks
Meeting Rooms B & C
Main Library
Monday, November 7
6:00 pm to 7:30 pm
This workshop for parents of current and future kindergartners will prepare children for school by providing games, activities and more that can be taken home. During the session, children can play in an adjoining room.
Illustration of Kindergarten Children Playing with Blocks
Meeting Rooms B & C
Main Library
Monday, November 7
10:00 am to 11:30 am
This workshop for parents of current and future kindergartners will prepare children for school by providing games, activities and more that can be taken home. During the session, children can play in an adjoining room.
Mother and Son Sitting on Chair
Meeting Room C
Main Library
Friday, August 26
10:00 am to 11:00 am
Purdue Extension is providing sessions focusing on parent-child relationships. We'll face tricky topics such as handling meltdowns, the stress of being a parent and building strong communication with children. These sessions will surround the 4 pillars of success:  physical, social-emotional, cognitive, and communication skills that are acquired from birth to age five.
Mother and Son Sitting on Chair
Meeting Room C
Main Library
Tuesday, August 16
10:00 am to 11:00 am
Purdue Extension is providing sessions focusing on parent-child relationships. We'll face tricky topics such as handling meltdowns, the stress of being a parent and building strong communication with children. These sessions will surround the 4 pillars of success:  physical, social-emotional, cognitive, and communication skills that are acquired from birth to age five.
Mother and Son Sitting on Chair
Meeting Room C
Main Library
Tuesday, August 9
10:00 am to 11:00 am
Purdue Extension is providing sessions focusing on parent-child relationships. We'll face tricky topics such as handling meltdowns, the stress of being a parent and building strong communication with children. These sessions will surround the 4 pillars of success:  physical, social-emotional, cognitive, and communication skills that are acquired from birth to age five.
West Branch Meeting Room B
West Branch
Tuesday, September 27
3:30 pm to 4:30 pm
Learn, build and play with Christy Vesci (Director of Bricks 4 Kidz).  School age children will experience hands-on engineering fundamentals as they build motorized models using LEGO Bricks.
Illustration of Multicultural Children in Front of Globe
West Branch Meeting Rooms A & B
West Branch
Saturday, December 10
1:00 pm to 3:00 pm
Make merry this holiday season at West Branch's Celebrations Around the World. Discover different customs, traditions and rituals in an immersive environment, engaging with presenters to learn about holiday festivities from across the globe.  This is a family event for all ages.Along with this special event, the West Branch will be open to the public on Saturday, December 10, 2016 from noon - 4pm, for all regular services.  Take advantage of these special Saturday hours for computer access, picking up holds and browsing reading selections.
West Branch Meeting Room B
West Branch
Thursday, October 20
11:00 am to 12:00 pm
Baby signs helps babies ages 6-18 months to communicate their wants, needs and special requests before they can speak using sign language. This series of six, theme-based classes includes learning signs based on themes such as mealtime, bedtime, bath time, getting dressed, park and pet signs. Each week families learn useful signs through fun songs, books and activities. This series of programs is open to the first 6 parent and child groups that preregister.

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