Posted by: HouPE | 10/26/2011

Fall into Fun at the Perry Public Library

Fall library activities mean fun for all ages. In addition to our regular children’s programming, Perry branch is offering fun and informative activities for young adults and adults as well. Ranging from back to basics living to digital photo editing, there’s sure to be something for everyone.

November 1st DIY Holiday photo workshop (Adult)

Jump-start your holiday photos! A local photographer will teach you all aspects of a holiday photo session such as lighting and posing. If you’ve already taken some photographs, bring those either on your laptop or digital storage. The free online photo editor, Picnik will be demonstrated. This class is available to the first 25 registrants

November 15th Teen Hunger and Homelessness Awareness Living Display (All ages)

Think you know what homeless or hungry teens look like? Stop in to raise your awareness and gain information on this troubling issue. The living display will be developing between the hours of 3:30 and 7:30.

November 15th Soap making workshop @ 6pm (Adult)

Get back-to-basics with all natural body care.  Learn some of the history and techniques of traditional soap making.  We will make a batch of natural soap using readily available ingredients. Registration is limited to 15 participants.

November 22nd Thanksgiving Story Time @ 6:00 (Children all ages)

A special storytime to include a craft to celebrate the Thanksgiving holiday.

To register for any of these programs, please stop in or call the Perry branch at 478-987-3050.

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