Cozy Holiday Events with the Library

Ready for the holidays?  Gather everyone in your household, get cozy, and join us for these three classic holiday events in December.!

Join us for an entertaining Holiday Puppet Show presented by Happy Bright Kids! The show is fully interactive, giving the audience a chance to get involved with puppets face to face. Santa is going to need some helpers during this busy holiday season and there is sure no shortage of interested applicants vying for the job!

On Wednesday, Dec 2nd at 4pm you can attend the show on Zoom or Facebook Live.

Sign up on the Events Page to attend the Zoom event or watch from our Facebook page. Can't make it? The show will be recorded and available for one week on Facebook.

Scrooge is here! The classic tale of greed and redemption is presented by the Traveling Lantern Theatre Company. Scrooge is a nasty, mean, and snarling old geezer with no care for anything other than his money. His one and only friend visits him as a ghost, and starts him on a journey that melts his icy heart, and teaches him the joys of caring for and giving to others
The performance begins December 14th at 4pm.

Sign up on the event's page to save your spot at the Zoom performance. Otherwise you can watch the performance on Facebook Live and re-watch it for one week on our Facebook page.

We can't wait for our upcoming Holiday Magic Show! Warm up your winter with a little fun and wonder! All ages are welcome to laugh, smile, and participate in this special seasonal magic show.

Saturday, December 19th at 11am you can attend Mike the Magician's Winter Magic Show!

Sign up on the Events page to attend the Zoom event or watch the magic show live on Facebook Live.
Want to watch it later or again? The show will be recorded and available on our Facebook page for one week after the show.

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