Come and learn about this creative way to organize your life! Bullet journaling is a method of day-to-day organization that is designed to be flexible and adapted to your own style. Bring a blank notebook or journal (lined or not--your choice) to work on after our program leader shares what works for her, and a few other options and ideas. Space is limited--please register in advance.
Copies of "Trading in Danger" for this months book discussion group are available at the Reference Desk.
Glowing gas lamps and glistening glassware, the late 1880's must have been an amazing period in the history of Findlay. During that time five major glass companies produced large qualities of pressed pattern glass. Identifying Findlay pattern glass was a critical factor in making Findlay glass collectible. Using various resources, collectors diligently searched for pieces of Findlay glass at flea markets, antique shops and private dealers. This program will focus on the collecting of Findlay glass and highlight the specific heavy gothic and whitton pattern.
Four part crochet series class with the first session on Thursday, May 4 at 6:00 p.m. Sessions will continue on May 11, May 18 and May 25. Participants will learn how to read patterns and make the beginning chain, single stitch, double stitch, and triple stitch. During the first class participants will be instructed about the size of the needle and yarn needed for their project. Class size is limited, and registration is required. Registration for the first class automatically registers participants for all four classes. Participants are encouraged to attend all of the classes.