Poster: Up
Collett Park
Community Locations
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Friday, September 24 at 7:30 pm

Go on an adventure with Carl, Russel, and Dug as they try to reach Paradise Falls in Disney and Pixar's 2009 classic animated film Up. Bring your blankets, chairs, and family to enjoy this outdoor screening at Collett Park. Presented by the Collett Park Neighborhood Association, the Terre Haute Parks and Recreation Department, and Vigo County Public Library.

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West Branch Meeting Room B
West Branch Library
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Friday, September 24 at 3:00 pm

Protect your family and your community! Receive a free COVID-19 vaccine at the Vigo County Health Department's Mobile Vaccine Clinic. Choose either your first or second dose of the Pfizer vaccine, available to ages 12 and up or one dose of the Johnson and Johnson vaccine for ages 18 and up. Parental consent is required for children under the age of 18.

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Main Library
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Saturday, September 18 at 9:00 am

Protect your family and your community! Receive a free COVID-19 vaccine at the Vigo County Health Department's Mobile Vaccine Clinic. Choose either your first or second dose of the Pfizer vaccine, available to ages 12 and up or one dose of the Johnson and Johnson vaccine for ages 18 and up. Parental consent is required for children under the age of 18.

Globe wrapped in film strips
Moon Lite Drive-In Theater
Community Locations
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Wednesday, September 29 at 8:00 pm

Join film lovers in over 500 cities and across six continents for the 24rd annual MANHATTAN SHORT Film Festival! Vigo County Public Library is partnering with the Moon Lite Drive-In to screen the top ten short films submitted by filmmakers from around the globe. After the viewing, vote for your favorite film and actor. Your vote will be tallied with others from around the world to determine the Gold, Silver, and Bronze Medal Winners for Best Film and Best Actor. Each car receives free admission and complimentary popcorn. Gates open at 7:00 p.m. The Film Festival begins at 8:00 p.m. Visit manhattanshort.com for more information about the MANHATTAN SHORT Film Festival.

Gray Tabby Cat
Main Library
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Monday, August 2 at (All day)

Aloof, independent, and a little mysterious, cats and their owners embody a unique philosophy of mutual respect and unconditional love. Explore this philosophy with the following books: The Karma of Cats, a collection of stories and poems by cat owners and edited by Diana Ventimiglia; The Little Book of Bob, in which author James Brown describes how his friendship with an orange tabby changed both their lives; and in the Fandex Family Field Guide: Cats by Kathryn Petras, Ross Petres, and Tetsu Yamazaki, which explores the history and quirks of the various breeds of cats. This kit will include an invitation to both a virtual and an outdoor discussion, as well as a list of recommended reading.

Balls of Yarn with Knitting Needles
Main Library
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Monday, August 9 at (All day)

Share your creative projects at Sip & Share. This month, stitch an animal-inspired craft with these two books: Knitted Animal Scarves, Mists, and Socks by Fiona Goble and I Love My Dog Embroidery by Oksana Kokovkina. Discuss your projects with other arts and crafts enthusiasts at a Zoom meeting while enjoying tea provided by Tea in Terre Haute and a new mug.

Dog Biscuits on Baking Racks
Zoom
Digital Programs
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Wednesday, July 21 at 10:00 am

Inspired by her rescue dog Hallie, Stephanie Pence created a career from her passion for making dog treats. Fourteen years later, Hallie Hound Barkery is Pence's full-time job. Listen to Pence discuss how she grew her business and what challenges she faced along the way. A question and answer session will follow the live event.

Blue Macaw
Main Library
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Monday, July 26 at 8:00 am

Humans may not have fur, feathers, or tails, but our species has more similarities to our animal kin than differences. Discover the ways animal cultures and lifestyles overlap with humans with these books: Becoming Wild by Carl Safina takes readers inside the cultures of three non-human species; Our Symphony with Animals by Dr. Aysha Akhtar combines medicine, social history, and personal experience to show the deep connection between animal and human well-being; and Adam Rutherford's Humanimal debates how exceptional human beings are when compared to the behaviors humans share with other members of the animal kingdom. You will find additional recommended books and an invitation to both a virtual and an outdoor discussion in your kit. Kit registration and pickup begins Monday, July 12.

Poster: Jaws
Moon Lite Drive-In Theater
Community Locations
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Monday, July 26 at 9:00 pm

Ages 13 & Up: In Steven Spielberg's 1975 classic thriller Jaws, a peaceful beach community descends into chaos when an enormous great white shark attacks beach goers. Local police sheriff Martin Brody works with an oceanographer and a professional fisherman to hunt down the killer. Each car receives free admission and the first 100 cars receive complimentary popcorn. Rated PG. Gates open at 8:00 p.m.

Dog's Tail
West Branch Shelter
West Branch Library
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Tuesday, July 27 at 1:00 pm

Ages 5-11: Why do certain animals have tails while others don't? What do they use those tails for? 4-H Youth Educator Sara Haag will explain the various types of tails animals can have and how they function.

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