Learn the secrets to Couponing with expert Jennifer Bader at Monrovia on Sept 29
Jennifer Bader, an avid coupon user, has been featured in the Huntsville Times and has a blog visited by hundreds of people nationwide. Her class will teach you the “how to’s” of couponing so you can realize huge savings on your shopping.
The $10 ticket price includes her manual on how to make couponing work for you.
Purchase your ticket at the Monrovia branch front desk.
This Sunday, September 11 marks the 10-year anniversary of that fateful day when terrorists attacked New York's World Trade Center, the Pentagon in Washington DC, and rural Pennsylvania, killing nearly 3,000 people and sparking the U.S. war on terror. Read more about Remembering 9/11 -- 10 years later
Learn to weave on a triangle frame loom with continuous thread, and how to finish and join the triangles at the HMCPL Madison Branch on Sept 30, 9AM-3PM.
This workshop will use a 36” loom to make a child’s shawl or adult scarf and a fashion show of scarves, shawls, ruanas and ponchos to give you ideas. You’ll learn how to make your own triangle looms in various sizes. No weaving experience is required. Sign-up required online or by phone. $8 materials fee due day of the workshop. Read more about Triangle Loom Weaving at Madison
A special Lunch & Learn session for educators on September 14th from 12PM-1PM at the Main Branch Library
Educational funding is a tough topic, making the grant writing topic a very important one for teachers looking for ways to enrich their curriculum.
In this Lunch & Learn session, Mary Moore will discuss ways educators can search for grant opportunities, provide tips for effective grantseeking, and share information about current grants and education-friendly foundations. This concise one hour class is free and open to the public. No registration is required. Read more about Teacher, Teacher -- Grantseeker