(Thursday, March 30th, 2017 — 6:30 PM)
Bob Trzeciak returns with the history of the ways people have sought to look into their futures
throughout the ages. Learn the bizarre history of the fortune cookie and how the ancient Babylonians
and Egyptians endeavored to see what was yet to be. From Chinese Chien Tung sticks to numerology
to tarot to reading tea leaves and coffee grounds — join us for a fascinating journey around the world and
through time to see how people have tried to learn (and possibly avoid) their fates.
And speaking of fate, be sure to stay for the palm-readings after the show to learn your own…
(Thursday, April 6, 2017 — 6:30 PM)
Give the front of your home some refreshing “curb appeal” and create a relaxing backyard oasis for your
enjoyment. Kathleen Obirek, landscape designer and educator, will show you how to un-do, re-do, and
up-do your home landscape! An issue of The Gardener’s Idea Book will be given to attendees (one per
family) and you’ll have a chance to win a collection of Gardener’s Idea Books.
“Winter Moonlight Trees” — Paint your own masterpiece in this
Family Art Program for ages 8 to Adult
(Saturday, April 29, 2017 — 1:00 PM (90 minute class))
As the days are finally warming up and the sun has returned, here’s a chance to remember winter fondly.
Join us for this step-by-step watercolor workshop where we create beautiful light trees against a dark
background. This is a fun class for both beginners & seasoned artists that produces spectacular results!
Class size is limited to 25, so sign up early!
(Thursday, May 18, 2017 — 6:30 PM)
Remember all those wonderful ideas you got in the Designing Your Home Landscape program?
Kathleen Obirek returns with a companion program to show you how to make some of those ideas
a reality. Lift your landscape design off the ground and onto decks, patios, terraces, and balconies with
these “movable gardens.” Kathleen will demonstrate how to select, prepare, plant, and enjoy your
containers. She’ll show you how to prep them for winter, too, so you can watch them come to life again
when the warm weather returns. The Container Garden that Kathy creates for this program will be given
as a door prize to one lucky attendee!
You must register for any or all of the above programs! Register by calling or visiting the library, or you may register online.
(Programs are always free, unless noted!)