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The Wakarusa Public Library, 124 N. Elkhart Street in Wakarusa, will hold an informational meeting about library service in Locke Township on Tuesday, January 24 at 7:00 pm. A petition is being circulated in Locke Township to give people service with a library. The northern portion of the township join with Wakarusa Public Library and the southern part would join the Nappanee Public Library. The meeting will allow people living in Locke Township to have a tour of the library and see what services the library offers. There will also be a discussion of the tax impact of library service and a chance for questions. For more information call the Wakarusa Public Library at 862-2465.
Participants will be asked to read books from one of the nominee lists so that they are eligible to vote in April 2017 for their favorite. At this meeting, “Blizzard” by John Rocco and “The Fourteenth Goldfish” by Jennifer L. Holm will be highlighted and attendees will do a craft or activity. No registration is required.
Join us as we watch the movie, “The No. 1 Ladies Detective Agency”. The discussion night for this session will be next week, Feb. 2 . Refreshments will be served. Registration is required.
Children will hear a story or 2, including “The Snowy Day” by Ezra Jack Keats, and participate in either a craft or activity related to the stories. No registration is required.
Space is Awesome! (Event takes place at the Nappanee Center) Students will learn about the basics of space. They will create space lava lamps to demonstrate the endlessly changing constellations. Come to this new fun club for kids! This is a program for students in grades 3-6. Registration is required at www.nappaneepubliclibrary.org