Mondays 3 - 6 PM Wednesdays and Saturdays 10 - 1 PM The Friends of the Library Book Store in the basement of the library has bargain prices on books and more! Monday, Mar 4 , Apr 1 , May 6 6:30 - 8 PM Monday Book Talk Lively discussion of contemporary, classic, and biographical reads. Mar: Little Fires Everywhere byCeleste Ng Apr: Choose one: Letters fromEden OR The Bluebird Effect by Julie Zicke- foose. May: Books for Living byWill Schwalbe Thursdays, Mar 7 - May 30 10 - 11 AM Chi at Roscoe Methodist Church Join Holli Rainwater for gentle exercises for adults of every age to reduce stress and increase vitality. Monday, Mar 11 , Apr 8 , May 13 10 AM - Noon Coffee Club Senior adults 55+ are invited to enjoy coffee and enlightened conver- sation. Sponsored by Friends of the Library. Monday, Mar 11 , 18 6:30 - 8 PM Keys to Financial Stability Keys to Financial Stability is a financial lifeline that gives you the tools to break down your challenges into smaller, manageable pieces of a plan that works! This free program has been created for individu- als who want to improve their ability to become financially stable. Four educational classes have been developed to improve an individ- ual’s ability to achieve financial goals. Session 1: Values and Goal Setting; Session 2: Creating Your Spending Plan; Session 3: Finan- cial Decision Making; Session 4: Debt and Credit Repair Wednesday, Mar 13 , Apr 10 , May 8 12 - 1 PM Friends of the Library Monthly Meeting Anyone is welcome to come to the monthly meeting of the Friends. Explore volunteer opportunities, book store management, and finan- cial and support services for the Library. Saturday, Mar 23 4 - 5 PM An Afternoon of Poetry and Qigong Johnson Humrickhouse Museum Join us for An Evening of Poetry and Qigong at the Johnson- Humrickhouse Museum. 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 haiku and free verse in a collection of poems on the art and practice of qigong. Each poem begins with a particular movement then goes beyond to the emo- tions, memories, and insights brought to the forefront by practicing this ancient form. Monday, Mar 25 , Apr 29 3 - 5 PM Crafternoon Mar 25: Peg Dolls Peg Dolls will delight the child in all of us. Us- ing a wooden peg, some soft wool felt, glue, and a few basic sewing stitches, you will create an adorable rabbit peg doll to help you wel- come spring. But don't stop there, once you make your rabbit, you will want to make a cat, or a bluebird, or maybe a chicken to keep it company. Teens and Adults welcome. Apr 29: Felt Plushies Create a felt plushie using basic sewing tech- niques and simple stitches. Felt Plushies are sewed, felt objects that are stuffed with fluff. They can be used for lots of things, includ- ing: hanging ornaments for Christmas trees, special scented drawer sachets and bags, pincushions, stuffed monsters, etc. Your imagina- tion is the only limit! Please register for this event. Space is limited. Teens and Adults welcome. Thursday, April 11 :30 - 7:30 PM An Evening with Julie Zickefoose, Nature Artist and Writer Artist and author ( Baby Birds: An Artist Looks Into the Nest ) Julie Zickefoose shares the enchanting story of 13 years she spent docu- menting the daily changes in 17 bird species from hatchling to fledg- ing. The result is more than 500 life studies that flutter, hop and crawl through the pages of her charming and beautiful book, Baby Birds. Julie Zickefoose is the author of four books, with another coming in September. She lives in Indigo Hill, a sanctuary in Appalachian Ohio. Join Julie as we share an evening with her writings, her art- work, and her birds. Mondays, Mar and Apr 10 AM - Noon by appointment Mondays, May 4 - 6 PM by appointment Public Technology Education Struggling with the technology in your life? Schedule a half-hour one-on-one session with Megan Baughman, Digital Technology Edu- cator, at the Library. Call for more information or to schedule a 30 minute appointment. Tuesday, May 21 , 28, J une 4, 1 1 10:30 - 11:30 AM Lifelong Learning - Digital Edition Coshocton Senior Center Seniors committed to lifelong learning will want to attend this four session technology program intended for people with limited comput- er and Internet experience. Sessions: 1) Computer Basics, 2) Internet Basics, 3) Cybersecurity Basics, 4) File Management Basics. Call Megan at the Library for more information, or call the Senior Center, 740-623-4852, to register. Wednesday, Mar 27 5:30 - 6:30 PM Digital Research 101 Whether you need to do research for school or work, or you just en- joy delving deep into a subject of interest, Digital Research 101 will give you the tools you need to be successful. Learn what makes a database reputable, effective and efficient. Laptops provided. Limit of 15 participants. Call or visit our website to register. Wednesday, Apr 8 5 - 6 PM Meet Lynda.com Turn on. Log in. Get Smart. Join us for a brief introduction to our digital skill building database, Lynda.com. Job seekers, employees seeking a competitive edge, lifelong learners looking to explore their interests or hobbies further, or anyone with a desire to expand their knowledge will want to get to know Lynda.com. Call to sign-up.