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  • Events for Kids (including Storytimes)
  • Events for Teens
  • Events for Adults
  • BCL At Home Virtual Events

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BCL at Home Virtual Events

  1. Let's Get the Wiggles Out

    January 19, 2021, 10:15 AM - 11:00 AM @ Online

    Join Jess for this high-energy storytime with books and lots of songs to help you get the wiggles out! Storytime will end with a suggestion for a craft you can do at home with materials you’re likely to have on hand. Ages 3-6. Registration required; register with an email address and we'll email the link prior to the event.

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  2. Show & Tell: Good Luck Charms

    January 19, 2021, 3:30 PM - 4:00 PM @ Online

    Do you own a special object that brings you luck day to day? Come tell us about it! Grades K-3. Registration required; register with an email address and we'll email the link prior to the event.

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  3. One Book, One Beaverton: Teen Book Discussion

    January 19, 2021, 6:00 PM - 7:00 PM @ Online

    Join us for a teen book discussion of "Just Mercy" facilitated by library staff. Note: This event is for young adults, grades 6 to 12. Registration required; register with an email address and we'll email the link prior to the event.

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  4. One Book, One Beaverton: Memoir Writing Workshop

    January 19, 2021, 6:30 PM - 8:00 PM @ Online

    Don’t throw away your shot to record history - as participant or witness. Explore how memoir is different from autobiography and non-fiction, learn how selected memoirs like "Just Mercy" have preserved events in history, and write a short description of one of your own "historical moments." Facilitated by Dr. Susan Swartwout, author and founder of Southeast Missouri State University Press. Registration required; register with an email address and we'll email the link prior to the event.

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