How To Draw Mazes
Tuesday March 12th
Learn how to draw mazes in this class taught by Eric J. Eckert of York, Nebraska. Eckert is the Guinness Book record holder for the world’s largest hand drawn maze! He will explain different types of mazes, give tips and help, show examples of his own maze art, and explain the process of getting into the Guinness Book. And, you’ll be able to work on creating your own mazes. This is a free program for all ages. However, we ask those age 10 and under have adult supervision.
The Other Side of Everything by Lauren Doyle Owens
Monday, March 18th at 7:00 p.m.
Laura Lippman meets Megan Abbott in this suspenseful literary debut about three generations of neighbors whose lives intersect in the aftermath of a crime. Bernard White is a curmudgeonly widower who has lived in Seven Springs, Florida for decades and has kept to himself since his wife passed. When his neighbor is murdered, he emerges from his solitude to reconnect with his fellow octogenarians. These connections become a literal lifeline as a second, and then a third, elderly woman is murdered, and “the originals” as they call themselves, realize that they are being targeted. Amy Unger is an artist and cancer survivor whose emotional recovery has not been as successful as her physical one. After the woman next door is murdered, she begins to paint imagined scenes from the murder in an effort to cope with her own loss. But when her paintings prove to be too realistic, her neighbors grow suspicious, and she soon finds herself in the crosshairs of the police. And then there’s Maddie Lowe, a teenage waitress whose mother recently abandoned the family. As Maddie struggles to keep her family together and maintain the appearance of normal teenage life, she finds herself drawn to the man the police say is the killer. As they navigate their increasingly dangerous and tumultuous worlds, Bernard, Amy, and Maddie begin to uncover the connections between them, and the past and present, in a novel that ultimately proves the power of tragedy to spark renewal..
If you are interested in participating in the discussion and need a copy of the book, please contact us at 872.2927 and we’ll save a copy for you.
Making Clay Bookmarks
Monday, March 11th
Learn to make these cute and super fun clay bookmarks. These are so fun and would make great gifts. This free program is for ages 12 and older.
Brown Bag Lunch Series
Tuesday, March 26th 1-2:00 p.m.
Cyber Security for Businesses
Bring your lunch and take in a program presented by EZ IT. In a world where some of the biggest threats are from unknown cyber threats, it’s great to know what some of the common themes are that businesses can encounter. We will talk about phishing, DNS spooling, Ransomware, and business continuity as the best defense for Cyber threats for Cyber threats. There is no charge for this program.
Book-Themed Cake Decorating Contest
-Cake must be book-themed and edible
-3 categories: adult, youth, most original
-Cake must be to the library by 8:00 p.m. on Tuesday, March 26th
-Public voting for their favorite cake from 10:00 a.m. on Wednesday, March 27th until 3:00 p.m. on Thursday, March 28th
-Winners will be announced on Thursday, March 28th at 4:00 p.m.
-Cake-eating party will follow announcement of the winners!
-THIS CONTEST IS FOR ALL AGES!
Chair Yoga @ Your Library
Stretch & Strengthen
-Remain active with safe and simple exercises
-Improve flexibility and core strength
-Reduce low back pain and neck tension
Every Wednesday afternoon from 2-2:45 p.m.
There is no charge to participate and no registration needed. Please come in comfortable clothing that allows freedom of movement.
Sensory Storytime - Mondays from 2:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m.
Story time is for everyone! This special story time includes stories, activities, and a craft. This event is designed for all listeners with developmental disabilities and their caregivers.
Get the detailed information you need to tackle vehicle maintenance and repairs. Some of Chilton Library's more popular features include:
-Step-by-step service and repair procedures
-Close-up photos and illustrations
-ASE test prep quizzes
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Don't forget we offer RB Digital!
Just a reminder that we have digital magazines for you to download to your device- Ask at the circulation desk how to access RBdigital.
There are over 100 popular English and Spanish language magazines and this service is available to our library cardholders in good standing. RB magazines may be read in a Internet browser or on a wide variety of apps available for many mobile devices. Check on the device that best suits your needs to download your free app.