Author Kathy Laugheed will present the key differences between American Native American culture and the European setters during the 1700's. Her latest book, "Spirit Keeper" will be available after the talk for purchase and personalization. Ms. Laugheed will also speak on the trials and tribulations of publishing a book, which she describes was... "as much of an adventure for me as being an Indian captive was for the heroine of my novel"! Call Community Connections at 812-232-1116 for more information.
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Main LibraryMeeting Room CThursday, September 18 - 7:00 pm to 8:00 pmRegistration Not Required.
Hear local tales and learn how historical research can take your family stories to the next level of professionalism. Led by local story tellers and Vigo County Public Library Librarians. Call Community Connections at 812-232-1116
Main LibraryMeeting Rooms A, B, & CSaturday, September 20 - 12:00 pm to 4:00 pmRegistration Not Required.
Calling all gamers! If you're interested in tabletop, role playing, or card gaming, stop by between 12 and 4 pm to explore new games, play old favorites, and challenge new people. Feel free to bring your favorite games (PG-13, please). Open to community members of all ages and skills.
Gamers who would like to host a table or a tournament should contact Hillary Rains at firstname.lastname@example.org or at 232-1113 ext 2275
Main LibraryMeeting Room DMonday, September 22 - 4:00 pm to 6:00 pmRegistration Not Required.
Build your heart out! Drop in any time between 4 and 6 pm. Tackle the weekly challenge and build beyond your wildest dreams.
Donations of clean Lego blocks are always appreciated, but not required. Please keep personal Lego sets at home unless you are planning to donate them.