The National Road was America's first national highway. Starting in Cumberland Maryland and continuing to Vandalia, Illinois, it opened the west to settlement and bound East and West into one great nation. This lively program includes slides, audio recordings and live music to present the history, stories and songs of the National Road through Ohio. Join us for this educational and entertaining journey across America's first national highway.
Join us at the Johnson-Humrickhouse Museum for an evening with Jeremy Glazier as he introduces us to the poetry of World War I. This program is free and open to the public. No reservations are required.
Why should kids have all the fun? Join us for a relaxing evening of
coloring. Create a coloring journal to record all your favorite authors, titles, and summer reads!
Discover the art of generosity and paying it forward at this Book Talk program about the award-winning novel, "Christmas Jars", written by Jason Wright. This lively Book Talk will be lead by Andrea Smith, branch manager, at the West Lafayette Branch Library. At the end of the program, Build a Better World by creating your own 'Christmas jar' to consider filling and sharing with others when the holidays arrive. All supplies will be furnished.
Have you heard about the new trend of painting rocks and hiding them for others to find as an act of random kindness? Join us at the West Lafayette Branch Library on Friday, July 21st to create your own rocks and inspire others while spreading kindness in your community.