It’s already November! We can’t say for you, but we know we’re shocked at how quickly October has blown by. Here’s what we’re getting up to at your local library.
Every Tuesday in November, we’ll be holding a conference room open for anyone who is participating in National Novel Writing Month from 12-2 if you want to come in and be around others who are taking part in this fantastic journey! Just stop by the front desk and you’ll be directed back. 🙂
On Saturday November 6th at 10 am, Theresa Carrillo will be starting a regular program talking about what the PHCS offers for parents and children of the Panhandle area. Anyone and everyone is welcome, and if you can’t come to this months’ meeting that’s ok! There will be another on the first Saturday of every month.
On November 9th at 6pm join Dr. Sara Richter to take a look into what a formal dinner might be like. Learn the rules and How To’s that come with formal dining like what might be required to dine at the White House.
On November 11th stay late at the library to prep your own Thanksgiving centerpiece, and help support the Guymon Library Children’s Department. Spots are limited, so call today to reserve your space!
Then on Monday November 15th we’re having Arleen James from the OPSU Extension office teach Adulting 101 with our “I’m Hangry!” class. Learn some basics of working in the kitchen and make something tasty you can show off later! Whether you’re 16 or 60 it’s never too late to learn to cook.
Keep an eye on this space to see what we’ve got going in December and we hope to see you all throughout the month!