March 2011 Programs at the Meade County Public Library
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For more information on any of these programs, feel free to email megan@meadereads.org or call 270-422-2094.

For more information on any of these programs, feel free to email megan@meadereads.org or call 270-422-2094.

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  • March 2011 Programs
    at the Meade County Public Library
  • Meade County Public Library: Visit Us Online
    Homepage: www.meadereads.org
    www.meadereads.blogspot.com
  • Check Out Our E-Readers, E-Books, and Free Downloads!
    Download free music, videos, audiobooks, and e-books by visiting our website, www.meadereads.org
  • Mondays & Tuesdays • 10:30-11:30AM • Ages 3-6
    Meade County Public Library Annex
    Join us for stories, rhymes, music, sign language, a craft, and other kindergarten readiness activities.
    Visit www.meadereads.org or call 422-2094 for more information.
  • 6 PM Story Hour
    Tuesday, March 29th• 6:00-7:00PM • Ages 2-6
    Meade County Public Library Annex
    We now offer evening Storytimes to better fit your schedule! Enjoy stories, rhymes, music, a craft, and more!
  • Tuesdays • 9:30-10:00AM • Ages Birth- 3 Years
    Meade County Public Library Annex
    Sing songs, make music, and shake out wiggles at this energetic storytime! This is a perfect way to introduce your child to the library, help them socialize, and learn
    important early literacy skills.
    Totally
    Nonstop
    Toddlertime
  • Little Princess
    Tuesday, March 8th • 6:00-7:00PM • Ages 3-7
    Meade County Public Library Annex
    Come dressed royally for a night of crafts and princess activities.
  • Family Movie Night
    Tuesday, March 15th• 5:30-7:30PM
    Meade County Public Library Annex
     
    Watch Megamindand eat popcorn with your family and friends!
  • Flat Stanley
    Design Contest
    Open to ages 5-12 • Entries due April 1st
     
    The winning design will travel the world as a part of our Summer Reading "One World, Many Stories" program starting in June 2011. The winning child will also receive a free pizza party for his or her class. Pick up an entry form at either the front or children’s circulation desk for details.
  • Yoga
    Wednesdays • 10:00 AM • 6:30 PM
    Meade County Public Library Annex
     
    Yoga is a unique way to improve the flexibility and strength of your mind, body, and life. In addition to the stress-relieving capabilities, it has been doctor recommended for its core strengthening and spinal stabilization.
    Improve your posture, mood, and concentration with all levels of experience welcome.
  • Beginning Yoga
    Wednesdays • 5:00 PM
    Meade County Public Library Annex
    This class is a perfect introduction to the many physical and mental benefits of yoga. No experience needed and all equipment is provided.
    Please sign up at the front desk.
  • Family History Writing Classes
     
    Every Thursday from 1:00-3:00
    MCPL Local History and Genealogy Area
     
    Prepare your family story for inclusion in the upcoming Meade County History Book. Learn the best way to write your family history and receive one-on-one help from experienced writers.
  • Book Discussion
    Tuesday, March 1st • 6:00-8:00PM
    Thursday, March 17th • 12:30-2:30PM
     
    Join us for our friendly and lively book discussions each month in the Meade County Public Library Annex. Copies of the book are available at the front desk.
  • Paper Crafts
    Thursday, March 3rd & 17th • 5:00 PM
    Meade County Public Library Annex
    Give someone you care about a handmade card or gift this year. Stamp, color and decorate cards, with all of the materials supplied. Registration is limited, so sign up at the front desk.
     
  • Basket Weaving
    Wednesday, March 9th • 12-4 PM • Group Project
    Wednesday, March 23rd • 12-4 PM • Independent Weave
    Meade County Public Library Annex
    Discover the art of basket weaving! All levels of experience welcome and participants are asked to bring their own supplies.
    See the front desk for more information.
     
  • “How To” Business Seminar Series:
    Profiting with GoogleMaps
    Thursday, March 10th • 1:00-2:30 PM
    Meade County Public Library Annex
     
    Learn “How To” quickly claim your free Google listing and get thousands of potential customers talking about your business.
    Presented by MobileLocalPages.com. Walk-ins welcomed but RSVP appreciated at 828-446-4326.
  • “How To” Business Seminar Series:
    Profiting with Social Media
    Thursday, March 24th • 1:00-2:30 PM
    Meade County Public Library Annex
     
    Learn “How To” basics of Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn. No business website required!
    Presented by MobileLocalPages.com. Walk-ins welcomed but RSVP appreciated at 828-446-4326.
  • CPR Certification Training
     
    Tuesday, March 22nd• 5:00-7:00PM
    Meade County Public Library Annex
     
    Participants will receive a two year certification in adult, child and infant CPR. The class is offered at the discounted price of $25. Participants must check out the American Heart Association CPR book at the front desk. The class is limited to 10 participants so sign up today.
     
  • Emergency Preparedness:Are You Ready?
     
    Thursday, March 31st at 7:00PM
    Meade County Public Library Annex
     
    Families will receive the 216 page FEMA publication "Are You Ready?" and participate in a discussion of using the book to better prepare your home, family and business for disasters. Please RSVP to the library at 422-2094.