George D. Lepp is one of North America's best-known contemporary outdoor and nature photographers. In a free program sponsored by Canon and H.B. Leiserowitz, he will share his passions for natural beauty, technical precision, cutting-edge technology, and environmental responsibility as revealed in his beautiful and compelling photographic images.
Join your friends at the East Side Library on the 4th Tuesday of every month for our Middle School Mash-up event. We will have a variety of things to do including (but not limited to) arts & crafts, games, random fun stuff and of course snacks. See you there!
This is an introduction workshop to learn the basics for locating and researching information about your family history. Bring your lunch and enjoy an hour with a member of the Iowa Genealogical Society.
Join Natalie Steenson from the Iowa Youth Chorus Beginnings Early Childhood Music Program and get ready for movement, singing, dancing and instrument playing with your child and learn how music benefits the young child. There will be a drawing for a free door prize. Please preregister for this program.
Music styles that originated in the United States during the twentieth century are the subject of America's Music 2, a series of programs running on four consecutive Tuesdays beginning September 9. Broadway, Latin, blues, and rock genres will be spotlighted. Registration for the entire series is required.
Teens in 6th through 12th Grade can come and volunteer their time to help with various library projects. Please stop by the Central Youth Desk for an application form and have it signed by a parent or guardian prior to your first meeting.
All are welcome to the Friends of the Forest Avenue Library Multicultural Fall Festival! There will be games, live performances,a book sale, parade, and much more! The event runs from 11:00 to 3:00 outside the Library and at Evelyn Davis Park.