Library programs Nov. 21-26


Source: Portsmouth Public Library



Portsmouth Public Library Programs the week of November 21 – November 26, 2016

Announcements:

  • All locations of the Portsmouth Public Library will be closed Thursday, November 24 for Thanksgiving. All locations will reopen Friday, November 25 with regular business hours.
  • It’s toy drive time. Bring in a new, unwrapped toy to the Local History Department at the Portsmouth Library. Toys can be for a boy or a girl, age infant to 16 years. If the toy requires batteries, you are asked to please provide those with the toy. Toys will be collected until December 2, and will be donated to the Scioto County Children’s Services. For information, call the Local History Department at 740-354-5304.

Children Programs:

Saturday, November 26 – Lego Club Jr. at 2pm at Portsmouth

Tween Programs:

Tuesday, November 22 – Thanks to You Bouquet at 4pm at Portsmouth

Teen Programs:

Monday, November 21 – Chess Club at 3pm at Portsmouth

Monday, November 21 – Teen Coloring at 5:30pm at New Boston

Tuesday, November 22 – Paracord Bracelets at 3pm at Portsmouth

Wednesday, November 23 – Minecraft at 3pm at Portsmouth

Friday, November 25 – Tech Friday at 3pm at Portsmouth

Adult Programs:

Monday, November 21 – Piece N’ Patch Quilting at 6pm at Lucasville

Tuesday, November 22 – An Evening of Calligraphy at 6pm at Portsmouth

Computer Instruction Class – Class requires registration (740-⁠354-⁠5688 ext. 10529) and is located at Portsmouth:

Tuesday, November 22 – Social Networking at 1pm

Tuesday, November 22 – Job and Resume at 3pm

Wednesday, November 23 – Computer Basics at 1pm

Wednesday, November 23 – Minecraft at 2:30pm

Please contact your local branch for more information on these programs:

Lucasville: 740-⁠259-⁠6119

New Boston: 740-⁠456-⁠4412

Portsmouth: 740-⁠354-⁠5688

South Webster: 740-⁠778-⁠2122

Wheelersburg: 740-⁠574-⁠6116

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Source: Portsmouth Public Library

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