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Kewanna-Union Township Public Library

2018 Winter Reading Program

January 2nd – Feb. 28th

Calling all adult readers to sign up for our Winter Adult Reading Program.

Winter Reading Program rules:

  • Adults ages 19 and older may sign up.
  • Books must be checked out from KUTPL in order to count for the Winter Reading Program.
  • All books are due by Wed., Feb. 28th in order to count for the Winter Reading Program.
  • Every book read counts as 1 entry in our Winter Reading Program.
  • Fill out book entries for prizes when books are checked out.

 

January 2018 Programs

Posted by Linda Ruhl on December 28, 2017
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 “Warm Up to a Good Book”

Adult Winter Reading Program Jan. 2-Feb. 28

Closed on Mon., Jan. 1 for the New Year holiday

Tech Time with Zak- Wed., Jan. 3 @ 11:00

Game On- Wed., Jan. 3 @ 4:00

Adult Book Club- Tues., Jan. 9 @ 2:00

Being Crafty: Sock Snowman – Wed., Jan. 10 @ 11:00

Family Bingo Night- Wed., Jan. 10 @ 4:00

Good’s History Review: “Sheriffs of Fulton County”- Wed., Jan. 10 @ 4:30

2nd Saturday Coloring Circle-Sat., Jan. 13 @ 1:00

Get on the Bean Bandwagon- Wed., Jan. 17 @ 11:00

Make-it Take-it Craft – Wed., Jan. 17 @ 4:00

Health Insurance Basics- Wed., Jan. 24 @ 11:00

Building Challenges- Wed., Jan. 24 @ 4:00

Story Time- Sat., Jan. 27 @ 1:00

Computer Tech Time – Mon., Jan. 29   10:00-12:00

Library Board Meeting- Mon., Jan. 29 @ 6:00

Good’s History Review: “Sheriffs of Fulton County”- Wed., Jan. 31 @ 11:00

Family Game Night- Wed., Jan. 31  4:00-5:00

Getting on the Bean Bandwagon 1/17/17

Posted by Linda Ruhl on December 28, 2017
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Nancy Hudson, HHS Extension Educator, will be presenting Get on the Bean Bandwagon” at Kewanna Public Library on Wed., January 17 @ 11:00.  Pulses, which include chickpeas, dry peas, and lentils, are increasingly being recognized for their role in promoting good health.  Researchers have reported that regular consumption of pulses may reduce the risk of heart disease, diabetes, and certain types of cancer.  Pulses are a very versatile, easy-to-prepare ingredient that can be used in entrees, salads, breads, and desserts.  Please join us as we learn more about the world of lentils!

Good’s History Review- “Sheriffs of Fulton County”

Posted by Linda Ruhl on December 28, 2017
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Good’s History Review topic for January will be “Sheriffs of Fulton County” on Wednesday, Jan. 10 @ 4:30 and Jan. 31 @ 11:00. These programs will be held at Kewanna Public Library 210 E. Main St., Kewanna, IN.

Local historian, Marvin Good, will be sharing his knowledge about events of the past and make history come alive!  His programs will include our local history, as well as, other historical places throughout the United States.

Food Mixes in a Jar: Holiday Ideas 12/20/17

Posted by Linda Ruhl on November 16, 2017
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Nancy Hudson, HHS Extension Educator, will be presenting Food Mixes in a Jar: Holiday Ideas” at Kewanna Public Library on Wed., December 20 @ 11:00.  Holiday giving made simple:  Food mixes such as Country Chili, Homemade Cornbread, Cranberry Oatmeal Cookies, or Friendship Soup all in a jar!  Come watch the presenter assemble a holiday mixture.

Santa Claus is coming to Kewanna Public Library on Dec. 9th!

Posted by Linda Ruhl on November 16, 2017
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Santa will make a special appearance at the Kewanna Public Library on Saturday, December 9 10:00-11:30 to pose for pictures and to hear children’s Christmas wishes!  We will also have treats, make crafts, and listen to Christmas stories.  Children of all ages are welcome to attend this holiday event.

Join us for a fun-filled time and don’t forget your Christmas list!

December 2017 Programs

Posted by Linda Ruhl on November 16, 2017
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Computer Tech Time – Mon., Dec. 4 @ 10:00-12:00

Relax & Color- Wed., Dec. 6 @ 11:00

Game On- Wed., Dec. 6 @ 4:00

Visit with Santa- Sat., Dec. 9   10:00-11:30

2nd Saturday Coloring Circle-Sat., Dec. 9  @ 1:00

Adult Book Club- Tues., Dec. 12 @ 2:00

Christmas Cookie Exchange- Wed., Dec. 13 @ 11:00

Family Bingo Night- Wed., Dec. 13 @ 4:00

Good’s History Review “Visiting Yosemite National Park”Wed., Dec. 13 @ 4:30

Library Board Meeting- Mon., Dec. 18 @ 6:00

Food Mixes in a Jar- Wed., Dec. 20 @ 11:00

Make-it Take-it Craft – Wed., Dec. 20 @ 4:00

Closed for Christmas Holiday- Dec. 25 & 26

Good’s History Review “Visiting Yosemite National Park.”-Wed., Dec. 27 @ 11:00

Family Game Night- Wed., Dec. 27 @ 4:00

Story Time –Sat., Dec. 30 @ 1:00

Closed for New Year Holiday- Mon., Jan. 1

Cleaning the Kitchen Cupboard: Toss or Save?

Posted by Linda Ruhl on November 16, 2017
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Nancy Hudson, HHS Extension Educator, will be presenting Cleaning the Kitchen Cupboard: Toss or Save?” at Kewanna Public Library on Wed., November 15 @ 11:00.  Have you looked -really looked- at the foods in your kitchen cupboards lately?  Is it time to bid some foods a fond farewell?  Should others be moved to a better location and/or storage container?  Find out ways to help you decide whether to toss or save common kitchen cupboard foods.

Honoring Our Veterans Reception 11/9/17 @ 5:30

Posted by Linda Ruhl on November 16, 2017
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Kewanna Public Library will be hosting an “Honoring Our Veterans” Reception on Thursday, November 9 at 5:30.  All veterans, family members of veterans, those currently serving in the military, and anyone else that would like to honor our heroes are invited to attend.  A light meal will be served.

Good’s History Review “Ghost Towns of Fulton County”

Posted by Linda Ruhl on November 16, 2017
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Good’s History Review topic for November will be “Ghost Towns of Fulton County” on Wednesday, Nov.8 @ 4:30 and Nov. 29 @ 11:00.

Local historian, Marvin Good, will be sharing his knowledge about events of the past and make history come alive!  His programs will include our community history, as well as, many historical events and memorabilia of the early days in Indiana.