Travel back to the decade of Kathryn Stockett's book, The Help. The Hancock Histroical Museum personnel will present a brief overview of national and local events of the 1960's. No registration is required.
Teens are invited to watch the new release of Hunger Games, Catching Fire. Optional: dress in outrageous Capitol Fashion. A complete set of the 3 Hunger Games books will be given to the person with the most creative outfit. Popcorn and drinks will be provided. Teens must have a parent permission form on file to attend. The form can be found on the library's website on the Teen page or can be picked up at the Children's Service desk.
WGTE, PBS will sponsor a Downton Abbey Tea on Wednesday, April 2 from 6:00-8:00 p.m. Celebrate Season IV of Downton Abbey. Be a part of the 1920's with a hat or costume for added fun. Registration required.
Be Red Cross Ready by attending this informative program. Natural and human caused disaster can strike at anytime and anywhere. It is vital to prepare before disaster strikes. The American Red Cross Hancock County Chapter will train participants how to be "Red Cross Ready" Each family will receive a bag that contains information and a first aid kit.
Nina Parker from the Black Heritage Library and Multicultural Center will present a program on the Civil Rights Movement. This informative and interesting program compliments the 2014 CommunityREAD title, The Help, by Kathryn Stockett.