Ages 9 & Up: Sew your own cuddly friend-which animal you get is a surprise! Contact 812.232.1113 for more information. Registration begins Thursday, July 1; kit pickup begins Thursday, July 15 while supplies last.
Share your creative projects at Sip & Share. This month, let nature inspire you with help from these titles: Crafting with Nature by Amy Renea and Nature Art Workshop by Katie Brooks, Sarah Lorraine Edwards, Allison Hetzell, and Mikko Sumulong. 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. Kit registration and pickup begins Monday, June 28.
While millions of pets are adopted from shelters and animal rescue facilities every year, many new owners don't expect the transformational impact their new furry family members will have on their lives. In these three books, experience the emotional and physical benefits rescue pets can provide: Heather Green's memoir To Catch a Cat about how three rescue kittens altered the course of her life; Happily Ever Esther, Steve Jenkins' and Derek Walter's chronicle of their lives with a 600-pound micro-pig; and Mutual Rescue by Carol Novello, which dives into the benefits of animal adoption through people's experience and scientific evidence. 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, June 21.
Ages 0-5: Sing songs, learn rhymes, and practice your hopping skills with your child at this frog-tastic storytime! Dress for outdoor, socially-distanced play, weather permitting. Library outdoor events will be socially-distanced and masks will be required.
Master the best practices of bird photography, pick up some new tips and tricks, and receive a list of local birding hot spots from Marty Jones, an expert nature and wildlife photographer with over forty years of experience. Attendees will be entered in a random drawing for a $30.00 Galloway Camera voucher; ten winners will be chosen. TREES Inc. will announce their 2021 Photography Contest at the end of this program. Register to receive a Zoom link.
You can change the world through the decisions you make! Learn how to be a conservationist and how to make choices that will positively impact the Earth with these three books: How to be a Conscious Eater by Sophie Egan; Citizen Scientist: Searching for Heroes and Hope in the Age of Extinction by Mary Ellen Hannibal; and Our Wild Calling by Richard Louv. You will find an invitation to both a virtual and an outdoor discussion in your kit. Kit registration and pick is available from Monday, June 14 to Monday, June 28 while supplies last.
Ages 13 & Up: In Alfred Hitchcock's classic thriller, socialite Melanie Daniels pursues Mitch Brenner, a lawyer that she meets at a San Francisco pet shop, after he plays a practical joke on her. To return the favor, Melanie goes to Bodega Bay where she meets Mitch and his family. Upon her arrival, however, the local birds begin to exhibit strange behaviors that quickly escalate to violent attacks. Each car will receive free admission and the first 100 cars to arrive will receive a complimentary popcorn. Rated PG-13. Gates open at 9:00 p.m.
Ages 5-19: These adorable treats aren't for the dogs! Bake your favorite cupcakes, cookies, or cake with your child, then follow along with the informational video to decorate them using icing and a piping bag. Contact 812.232.1113 for more information. Kit registration and pickup begins Saturday, June 5 while supplies last.