Are you in 3rd - 5th grade and would like to try sewing? In this three-week series, we'll cover how to thread a needle, some basic hand stitches, and sewing on a button or trims. We'll use what we learn to make a small project to take home each week: a fabric envelope, a stuffie, and a bean bag animal. Build on your skills each week. Materials are provided, though if you'd like to turn that mismatched sheet or outgrown shirt into a fun project, bring it along!
This is a repeat of the March classes for new attendees. Class space is limited. Registration is required and begins on March 28. Please call 788-7515 or stop by either location to sign up. Walk-ins will be accommodated if space allows.
The Estate Planning Group will be hosting a free educational program entitled, "Life and Legacy Planning," on Thursday, April 26th at the KimberlyPublic Library,
This event is being held as a community service for attendees to learn about available estate planning options and safeguards to put in place now to offer comprehensive protections and peace of mind. Topics that will be discussed by Attorney Kevin Davidson include: wills, trusts, the probate process, powers of attorney, electronic accounts, estate taxes, and more!
The Brown Family's beloved bear, Paddington, embarks on an epic quest to find a stolen pop-up book for his beloved Aunt Lucy's 100th birthday. Movie programs are always free, and free popcorn will be served.