March Fun @ Williams Library!!

MARCH 2019


Adult Program



Crochet and Craft

First and Third Thursday

March 7 and 21

Time: 3pm


Want to learn how to crochet? Have a project you’re working on that you want to show off, need help with? Come to the library and learn or teach a handcraft (knitting, sewing, crochet, cross-stitch, macrame, origami, chainmail, whatever). Crafters of all ages and genders are welcome. Bring supplies and we’ll build the expertise together.


Rosa Parks Page Turners Book Club

Second Wednesday

March 13

Time: 11:00am

Title: The Most Dangerous Thing

Author: Laura Lippman

Description: Some secrets can’t be kept. . . . Years ago, they were all the best of friends. But as time passed and circumstances changed, they grew apart, became adults with families of their own, and began to forget about the past-and the terrible lie they all shared. But now Gordon, the youngest and wildest of the five, has died and the others are thrown together for the first time in years. And then the revelations start. Could their long-ago lie be the reason for their troubles today? Each one of these old friends has to wonder if their secret has been discovered-and if someone within the circle is out to destroy them. ~Hoopla


Novel Colors

Last Wednesday

March 27

Time: 6:30pm


LOCATION: Books-a-Million in Eastchase

Really want to join a book club but don’t really like to read? Come join us at Books-a-million as we talk and color. Read the book, or don’t! Browse with a new friend. Just want to color and enjoy our company? You’re welcome! Bring your own supplies or use some of ours. Coloring sheets provided.


Title: POS

Writer/Artist: Pierre Paquet/Jesus Alonso Iglesias

Description: A young man struggles to build a publishing company, find love, and discover who he really is, with his one true trusted companion being the dog who truly seems to understand him. In the end, he realizes that for far too long he has been self-absorbed. A touching autobiographical story by Swiss BD publisher Pierre Paquet, the spiritual sequel to Paquet’s Eisner-nominated A Glance Backward, which recounted his experience dealing with the death of his father at age 11. ~Hoopla


Genealogy Sessions

Fridays (except holidays)

10:30-11:15 AND 2:30-3:15


Pre-registration IS required.

Sign up for a one on one genealogy session with librarian Amy Campbell. She’ll show you beginning tips and tricks for tracing your ancestry. If you’ve already been working on your tree, find ways to digitize your information to keep better track during your research. Email, Call, or come in to set up your 45 minute session.




All Ages

Mid-Afternoon Movie

Third Friday

March 15

Time: 3:00pm

Joins us for a mid afternoon movie after work or school. Bring snacks, suggest titles for future viewings, talk with friends or make new ones. Movies will be PG-13 rating or lower, but parents are responsible for researching movie before allowing children to view. Call to ask what movie we’re showing or to suggest a title.




Children’s Programs

Story time!

Mondays and Tuesdays – 10am (Except holidays)

All storytimes will include song and dance so we can keep our bodies as active as our minds!


4 and 5

Should I Share My Ice Cream (Willems) or just keep it to myself, how will my friend know if I don’t share? Well if my friend is The Very Hungry Caterpillar (Carle), he will definitely notice!


11 and 12

The Incredible Book Eating Boy (Jeffers) can’t get enough books, but are they good for him? And if you think he eats too many books, just see how much paint a person can get into in I Ain’t Gonna Paint No More (Beaumont).



He’s a Pout Pout Fish (Hanna) and he has the weary drearies to spread all over the place. But don’t worry, because I Love It When You Smile (McBratney).


25 and 26

Leave Me Alone (Brosgol) shouts an old woman to her family. A little cat declares that I am a Cat (Bernstein) to much bigger cats.


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