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Adult programs at the library in January


December 19, 2017

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All programs at the Statesboro Bulloch County Library, 124 S. Main St. 

 

52 WEEKS OF GIVING:   4 PM Friday, January 5, 12, 19, 26 

This program has a different theme each week, all centered around giving back to our community and making a difference in people’s lives.  Join any time!

Location:  Community Room

 

ESSENTIALS OILS 101:  2 pm Saturday, January 6 What are essential oils and how do I use them? These questions and more will be answered by naturalist, Nicole Wicker. Plus the first 10 participants will receive a free sample!

Location:  Community Room

 

Intro to Genealogy - 2 PM Monday January 8 Genealogy & Local History Coordinator, Lillian Wingate, will discuss ways to start your genealogy research. Join Statesboro Library Genealogy  on FaceBook to get notifications about upcoming programs.

Location: Kids Activity Room

 

HOW TO GET A JOB! - 6pm Tuesday, January 9 & 23

Searching for a job is easier if you know how. This month we look into Goal setting with SMART goals on 1/9 and Career Pathways on 1/23.  A free ongoing series, instructed by Monique Dennis.  

Location: Community Room

 

ANIME & MANGA CLUB (12 – 18) 5PM Wednesday, January 10 & 24 For teens and young adults interested in watching and discussing different anime series. Enjoy an activity, snacks and new episodes each week!

Location: Teen Activity Room

 

MEDITATION FOR BEGINNERS 6PM  Thursday, January 11 Join Local Neurologist, Dr. Kashyap Patel MD in an exploration of the art of meditation.  Learn how, why and potential health benefits of this ancient practice. 

Location: Community  Room

 

Knitting & Crocheting Club - 2pm Saturday, January 13 & 27 Bring your knitting needles, crochet hooks and yarn! Share projects and get new ideas! New members welcome!  Join the Statesboro Stitches Knitting & Crocheting Group on FaceBook to learn more!

Location: Teen Activity Room

 

Friends of the Library: Meet the Author - 6pm Tuesday, January 16 US Navy (Retired) Lt. William Craig Elliott brings his novel to life for audiences through his novel, Mike Blackstone, NIS Special Agent, Assignment: Naples, Italy. Based on his experiences in Italy as a Navy Investigative Services (NIS) Special Agent.

Location: Community Room

 

The Changing of Names - 6pm Thursday, January 18 Genealogy & Local History Coordinator, Lillian Wingate, will help us understand how our family names may have evolved over the years, and the reason why these changes occurred.

Location: Computer Lab

 

GSU Animal Day (family program) 2pm Saturday, January 20 Join us for Animal Day, where we’ll have animal crafts and activities, coloring sheets and a free animal book for every child! We’ll even have special animal visitors from Georgia Southern University’s Center for Wildlife Education.

 

Adult Cooking Series – 6 PM Monday, January 22 Renowned chef, Patrick White will give a live demonstration, tasting, and share cooking tips! On the menu: A medley of pastas! 

Location: Community Room

 

JUST MOVE! BOLLYWOOD DANCE-  5 PM Thursday, January 25 Learn new and assorted ways to get moving and stay motivated in maintaining a healthy lifestyle. This month, Damali Bacchus will get us moving with Bollywood Dance—music and movement!

Location: Community Room

 

Free Online Genealogy Websites - 6PM Thursday, January 25 Genealogy & Local History Coordinator, Lillian Wingate, will show patrons many different Free Genealogy websites and how to access them. A brief overview of each website will be reviewed.

Location: Computer Lab

 

Bob Dylan Tribute @Eagle Creek-7PM Saturday, January 27 Join us for walk down memory lane! A review of music and spoken word of Nobel Prize winner, the great Bob Dylan, in collaboration with talented musicians, STRL staff & Friends of the Library members.

Location: Eagle Creek Brewing Co., 106 Savannah Ave., Statesboro.  


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