EVERY HERO HAS A STORY
SLP Registration @ Sardis Library
12:00pm - 6:00pm
All branches of FRL closed today.
visit us online at www.firstregional.org
Beginning & Advanced smockers welcome. No registration required.
With Barbra Gilley from Yokna Bottom Farms
The coupon exchange club meets once a month at Senatobia Public Library to help folks try to $ave while $hopping. If you are an avid coupon user or want to be one, please come to a meeting or stop by anytime to look through the coupon box.Give or take is the motto.
How they help their human companions.
Interested in sword play? Come check this out!
Bob Tarter with live animals. For all ages.
Bring your own supplies. Beginners & advanced students welcome.
Superheroes to the Rescue! Pre-school storytime ages 3-5
Wear your superhero costume
Join us for simple and fun exercises for beginners ! Adults of all ages welcome. Blann Martial Arts team will share simple Self Defense techniques.
For all ages--different age categories.
Space is limited; please register.
Jared Baker and his program "Animal Tales" will amaze you. We can look for a Baby Red Kangaroo, Green Anaconda, Von der Decken's Hornbill, Egyptian Fruit Bat or Chinchilla and a Saker Falcon. 10.00am Thursday
P.A.W.S. for a Good Book. Read with a therapy dog. Sign up at the front desk.
Children of all ages.
Dixon's Art to Grow
11:00 & 11:45
Please register for either first or second session. No signing up for both.
With Greg Johnson from the UM Blues Archive. Lunch will be served so please pre-register.
Join others that are learning to w rite their memoirs. No registration required.
Art Class for grades 4-6. *Space is limited; please register.
"Global Heroes and She-roes" with Richard Graham. All ages welcome!
Preschool, ages 2-3
Tate County Roots Genealogy Club meets every 2nd Friday from 2-4. In depth FRL genealogy database training by FRL staff,
Follow up class meets every 3rd Friday from 2-4. Presented by Senatobia Public Library staff.
Want to begin smocking? Join the group that meets at the Senatobia Public Library on Monday afternoons.
in celebration of Harper Lee's new novel Go Set a Watchman, we will show the film version of To Kill a Mockingbird.
Dixon Art Gallery will be instructing us on Painting on Tiles. Registration is required for the 10:00 program and the 11:00 program.
A library-sponsored monthly book club for and led by parents/caregivers with babies who range from 6 months to 2 years old. We'll read books, learn songs, and play games that promote early literacy. Due to limited space, pre-registration is required: contact Caren Watts at email@example.com or register online at http://oxfordmomsandtots.com.
Come and meet
Officer Ratliff and his K-9 dog Krash
For kids 8 or older or who have read the books. Please pre-register.
FOR GRADES 6-12. Space is limited; please register.
Popcorn and a Movie! "The LEGO Movie!" PG, run time 101 minutes. All ages welcome.
Closely Watched Trains (1966), directed by Jirí Menzel. Commentary provided by Dr. Vernon Chadwick. Refreshments will be served.
Bring change of clothes and a towel!
Book Time with Ronald McDonald. Preschool, ages 3-5
Back by popular demand ! Linda Cain shows us how to line dance to popular country music tunes. Be ready to move !
Decorate your crown
Olive Branch Genealogy Club. Chelius Carter, Director of the Marshall County Museum and Bobby Joe Mitchell will speak on Marshall County, MS genealogy records. All meetings are free and open to the public. For more information visit www.obgc.limewebs.com.
With the UM Museums' Traveling Trunk Program
Bring your basket of yarn and learn to crochet at the Senatobia Public Library on Thursday mornings.
Andi brings us MS native wildlife
Snakes & more
Mid-South Search and Rescue Dogs Association. All ages welcome!
Want to learn to knit? Join the group at the Senatobia Public Libary on Thursday afternoons.
Fluff & Stuff Book Club.
Preschool, ages 2-3
The Printmaking session encourages free drawing inspired by either the gardens Jun Kaneko exhibit. Participants will learn the history and purposes of printmaking, and will complete their own unique prints. Free with registration required so we have enough materials. Adults only for this class.
Mothers and Daughters book club.
Animals are Heroes, Too! Preschool storytime, ages 3-5.
All About Firefighters!
Back by popular demand ! Alisha from NY Styles Dance shows us how to line dance to hip hop music. Be ready to move !
Wear bathing suit and bring a towel
Jaime Kornegay, the author of Soil, will be our guest. Lunch will be served so please pre-register.
Ice Cream Social for everyone who participated in the Summer Library Program!
Adult book club.
Despicable Me 2
Fourth Monday Morning Book Club.
Book club for kids age 9-12.
Acting and reading combined! All ages welcome.
Members of the DeSoto Civic Garden Club, recently home from London will serve tea & other refreshments and entertain with stories and pictures from their expedition. Join us for a fun slice of life from England. Dress up and have fun learning about this elegant place. Adults only please. Gardens clubs are welcome. Please register by calling the library so we have enough tea and crumpets !
Sign up for this free jewelry making class. All materials provided to make a necklace or bracelet. Adults or teens are welcome. REGISTRATION REQUIRED so we have enough materials. This is a repeat of our June session.
Larks on a String (1969), directed by Jirí Menzel. Commentary provided by Dr. Vernon Chadwick. Refreshments will be served.
No storytime today. Will start back Aug. 12, 2015. Wed. 10:30, Thursday 4:00 p.m., Friday 10:30 a.m.
Richard Graham: Global Heroes and Sheroes: Tales of Bravery and Valor!
Informational class led by a certified diabetes counselor, Ms. B. J. Cline. No registration required.
Shop on Main Street (1965), directed by Jan Kadar. Commentary provided by Dr. Vernon Chadwick. Refreshments will be served.
Ivan Vasilievich: Back to the Futrue (1973), directed by Leonid Gaidai. Commentary provided by Dr. Vernon Chadwick. Refreshments will be served.
Back by popular demand, classical guitarist, Jeff Bianchi performs pieces from several countries and time periods. Please join us for a lovely evening of music. Funded by the Elizabeth Entrikin Cooke Foundation.
Come meet Annie Barrows, bestselling author of Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society. Her new novel The Truth According To Us is set during the depression in a small West Virginia town. She is also author of the bestselling children's series Ivy and Bean. Books-A-Million will be at the event to sell books. Funded by the Elizabeth Entrikin Cooke Foundation.
Step back into the 1930's, meet your favorite movie stars, authors and famous individuals of the time. Also, listen to some American standards performed by Dom Fosco and Julianne Thomas. Funded by the Elizabeth Entrikin Cooke Foundation.