Money 101 is a financial education program that gives you the tools to break down your money challenges into smaller, manageable pieces of a plan that works. This free program has been created for individuals who want to improve their ability to become financially stable. These 4 one hour classes, taught by Emily Marrison from the Coshocton County Extension Office, give you the keys to creating a financial plan that sets you on the path to financial stability.
Monday January 21, 1:00-3:00 pm for teens and adults. Learn the basics of lettering and modern calligraphy in an easy step-by-step process. Then design your own mini chalkboard to take home. Light refreshments will be available to snack on while you work. All supplies provided. Space is limited for this free program! Please register here: http://coshoctonlibrary.evanced.info/signup/EventDetails?EventId=4371&backTo=Calendar&startDate=2019/01/07
Join us at the Johnson-Humrickhouse Museum on Saturday, March 23 at 4:00 pm when Robin Mullet and Holli Rainwater will share readings and movement from their new book, The Curve of Her Arm, published by Night Ballet Press. The book combines free verse and haiku in a collection of poems on the art and practice of Qigong, an ancient healing practice that combines movement, breathing, and mindfulness.
January 14, 6:30 pm. During this informational evening, Julie Dearyan will discuss the symptoms and solutions for people with dyslexia. You will discover resources and help, as well as how to recognize the strengths that exist in a child or adult with dyslexia.
Julie Dearyan is a certified tutor with the Barton Reading and Spelling System, an Orton-Gillingham based program for those with dyslexia.
On the evening of February 26th, the Siberian Husky Club of Greater Cleveland will bring their dogs and explain the history of sled dogs and sled dog racing in the United States. Due to its popularity, this program will take place at Central Christian Church, 731 Main Street, Coshocton - just one block from the Library.
Weekly programming will begin again on January 29th:
Kids ages 7 to 12 are invited to join us for a special winter book club that will feature books from classic series. We will meet once a month in January, February, and March for a snack, discussion, activity, and craft, centered on the novel. Books will be available to borrow from the library four weeks before each session. Registration is required.
Our School's Out - TECH Out!
Calling all genealogists - from novice researchers to more seasoned professionals! Join us on Monday, January 28, 2019, OR Thursday, January 31, 2019, to explore digital databases that are sure to make an impact on your genealogical research. During this training, participants will explore a variety of free and paid digital services, as well as receive tips to maximize the quality of their research.
Do you have new technology on your wish list this holiday season? Uncertain of how to use all the features of your new device? Our Digital Technology Educator, Megan, can help!
For assistance with new technology devices, schedule an appointment with Megan today.
Appointments are available on Monday mornings in 2019 from 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. You can schedule an appointment by calling the library at (740) 622-0956 or visiting the reference desk.