Young Adults

TEEN (and family) GLOW IN THE DARK PARTY

Date: 
Friday, October 10, 2014 - 6:30pm to 8:00pm

TEEN GLOW IN THE DARK PARTY

Tweens, Teens and their parents are invited to Franklin Library for

GLOW IN THE DARK PARTY!!

 

Ages 8-19, parents are welcome! Join us for snacks & games!  Registration is encouraged, but not required. 

Questions or registration, please call: 937-746-2665 or 937-748-3200. 

*Wear your Halloween costume or glow accessories! *not required.

 

**When you register, you get a reminder phone call!!**

 

Location: 

Fall Writers Workshop - Memoirs

Date: 
Saturday, November 8, 2014 - 11:00am to 1:00pm

Chapters From the Farmhouse Journal...

During the first days of living in my rented farmhouse, I was sitting on the front porch with a friend who had come to help unpack.  We were taking a lunch break.  Over the chicken salad and fruit, I told her the remarkable story of how I had come to find this house, and of the other synchronicities contained in these pages.  Her response was: "Laura, you need to write this down.  Other people need to hear this; it will give encouragement and inspiration."

Join Laura Landers as she guides the class through the development and self-discovery of memoir writing. Laura currently resides in Northern Kentucky, in the farmhouse featured in her book, at the end of a gravel lane surrounded by fields and woods. She is an author with Women Writing 4(a) Change and a self-employed massage therapist.

Ages 16 and up.  Bring paper and pen/pencil. Program is free. Reservations required by calling 937-748-3200.

Local History - Wright House B&B

Learn about the fascinating history of Springboro, its founder Jonathan Wright, the Quakers, and the Underground Railroad 

 

Springboro Branch

September 9 at 7:00 p.m.

Program is free and open to all ages.  Seating is on a first come basis.

 

Join the current owner of the Wright House Bed and Breakfast, Sterling Gardner, as he discusses the history of Springboro and Jonathan Wright.  The Jonathan Wright House was built for the founder of Springboro in 1815 and is the oldest home in Springboro.  The home is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and is a documented Underground Railroad site with one of the most authentic slave hiding places in the state of Ohio.

Carpe Plume! Seize the Pen

With local artist Ann Bain you will:

~ Consider the relationship of "hand" writing to meaningful prose and poetry.

~ Explore the history of "hand" writing and its importance today as a fine art.

~ Take a line for a walk.  Explore and develop your own "hand" writing.

Saturday, August 23, from 2:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.

Springboro Library Branch

Ages 12 & up.  All materials are provided.  

Reservations required by calling 937-748-3200.

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