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Programs for Adults

Crocheting with Friends
Tuesdays at 10:00am
Looking for fellowship and conversation while you are working on your current project? Bring it to the library 
and join us every Tuesday morning. 

Recipe Club with Amee 
Thursday, March 9 at 6:30pm
Clara’s Kitchen Wisdom, Memories, and Recipes From the Great Depression by Clara Cannucciari 
Copies of the book are available at the library. Borrow the book and bring a recipe to share while we discuss. Plates and cutlery will be provided.

“Clara Cannucciari became an internet sensation late in life, making cooking videos until her 96th birthday. Her YouTube® Great Depression Cooking channel garnered an army of devoted followers. Now, in Clara's Kitchen, she gives readers words of wisdom to buck up America's spirits, recipes to keep the wolf from the door, and tells her story of growing up during the Great Depression with a tight-knit family and a "pull yourself up by your bootstraps" philosophy of living.” -from Amazon. 

One Book, Many Communities
Opening Program, Facebook Live
Thursday, March 9 at 6:30pm
The St. Paris Library will be hosting the live opening event A History of Bluegrass Music with Bill Purk and Reed Jones for One Book, Many Communities. Wornstaff Library patrons can view the program live on the One Book, Many Communities Facebook page. Don’t have Facebook? No problem. We will stream at the library 
for anyone who would like to view the program.

Card Workshop with Linda
Saturday, March 18 at 9:00am
Registration: 740.747.2085. Class size is limited to 12.
Come and make a variety of greeting cards. Supplies will be provided.

Albe’s Book with Amee
Tuesday, March 21 at 7:00pm
One Book, Many Communities
The Hollows by Jess Montgomery
Copies of the book are available at the library.

“Ohio, 1926: For many years, the railroad track in Moonvale Tunnel has been used as a shortcut through the Appalachian hills. When an elderly woman is killed walking along the tracks, the brakeman tells tales of seeing a ghostly female figure dressed all in white. Newly elected Sheriff Lily Ross is called on to the case to dispel the myths. With the help of her friends Marvena Whitcomb and Hildy Cooper, Lily follows the woman’s trail to The Hollows―a notorious asylum―and they begin to expose dark secrets long-hidden by time and the mountains.”- from Amazon 

Peat Pot Spring Baskets with Dawn
Saturday, March 25, 10:30am
Registration 740.747.2085. Class size is limited to 12.
Join us in painting and decorating spring baskets. Supplies will be provided.


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