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Gurley Movie Afternoon "Pete's Dragon"

Gurley Movie Afternoon "Pete's Dragon"

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53383
Location:
Gurley Public Library
Meeting Room
Primary Event Type:
Games,Movies and Music
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Thursday, February 9, 2017 -
3:30pm to 5:30pm

Gurley Family Craft Night

Valentine Ornament ... Come be creative and make a pretty hanging Valentine. Please call to REGISTER 256-776-2102

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53382
Location:
Gurley Public Library
Meeting Room
Primary Event Type:
Activities and Crafts
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Other

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Monday, February 6, 2017 -
6:00pm to 7:00pm

MasterPeeps Theatre

Show off your crafty side with literary dioramas made with Peeps! Create your favorite book scene using the delicious Easter confection. Prizes will be rewarded for the best MasterPeeps!

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53380
Location:
Main Library
Atrium
Primary Event Type:
Activities and Crafts
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Other

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Saturday, May 13, 2017 (All day)

BHM Library Event - Teen TED Talk Open Discussion Series

The library will host a special class in the Technology Training Center.

2/2-The Black Balloon
Young people often look to trusted adults to provide them guidance and clarity in life. The Black Balloon is a poem that depicts a situation in which a young boy wondered if the color of the balloon affected its ability to float away. This poem will be used to discuss how physical characteristics may or may not affect a person’s potential in life. And how stereotyping may also affect a person.

2/9-Box of Crayons
This is a vivid story about a box of crayons that did not get along. At first they disliked each other, but after learning to value each other’s unique qualities, the crayons in the box began to appreciate each other as they worked together to create a beautiful picture. The colorful characters in this carefully created story will help promote open-mindedness and cooperation and to dispel stereotypes about different groups of people.

2/16-If All Trees Were Oak
This poem paints a picture of how the world would be without diversity. It will be used to discuss the importance of valuing differences in people. The focus will be broad in scope—not limited to race issues. Dialouge may be expanded to include physical disabilities; learning styles; places of residence: urban, rural, and suburban; rich, poor; age; gender; religion; morals, values, traditions, and more.

2/23-The Man and the Eagle
The man changed the bird drastically in this story. Without valuing the bird’s special qualities, the man altered the bird to what he thought would be better. This story will be used to discuss discrimination and the effect it has on those who are discriminated against.

Evanced ID:
53262
Location:
Main Library
Primary Event Type:
Lectures and Workshops
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Other

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Thursday, February 23, 2017 -
3:30pm to 5:00pm

BHM Library Event - Teen TED Talk Open Discussion Series

The library will host a special class in the Technology Training Center.

2/2-The Black Balloon
Young people often look to trusted adults to provide them guidance and clarity in life. The Black Balloon is a poem that depicts a situation in which a young boy wondered if the color of the balloon affected its ability to float away. This poem will be used to discuss how physical characteristics may or may not affect a person’s potential in life. And how stereotyping may also affect a person.

2/9-Box of Crayons
This is a vivid story about a box of crayons that did not get along. At first they disliked each other, but after learning to value each other’s unique qualities, the crayons in the box began to appreciate each other as they worked together to create a beautiful picture. The colorful characters in this carefully created story will help promote open-mindedness and cooperation and to dispel stereotypes about different groups of people.

2/16-If All Trees Were Oak
This poem paints a picture of how the world would be without diversity. It will be used to discuss the importance of valuing differences in people. The focus will be broad in scope—not limited to race issues. Dialouge may be expanded to include physical disabilities; learning styles; places of residence: urban, rural, and suburban; rich, poor; age; gender; religion; morals, values, traditions, and more.

2/23-The Man and the Eagle
The man changed the bird drastically in this story. Without valuing the bird’s special qualities, the man altered the bird to what he thought would be better. This story will be used to discuss discrimination and the effect it has on those who are discriminated against.

Evanced ID:
53261
Location:
Main Library
Primary Event Type:
Lectures and Workshops
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Other

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Thursday, February 16, 2017 -
3:30pm to 5:00pm

BHM Library Event - Teen TED Talk Open Discussion Series

The library will host a special class in the Technology Training Center.

2/2-The Black Balloon
Young people often look to trusted adults to provide them guidance and clarity in life. The Black Balloon is a poem that depicts a situation in which a young boy wondered if the color of the balloon affected its ability to float away. This poem will be used to discuss how physical characteristics may or may not affect a person’s potential in life. And how stereotyping may also affect a person.

2/9-Box of Crayons
This is a vivid story about a box of crayons that did not get along. At first they disliked each other, but after learning to value each other’s unique qualities, the crayons in the box began to appreciate each other as they worked together to create a beautiful picture. The colorful characters in this carefully created story will help promote open-mindedness and cooperation and to dispel stereotypes about different groups of people.

2/16-If All Trees Were Oak
This poem paints a picture of how the world would be without diversity. It will be used to discuss the importance of valuing differences in people. The focus will be broad in scope—not limited to race issues. Dialouge may be expanded to include physical disabilities; learning styles; places of residence: urban, rural, and suburban; rich, poor; age; gender; religion; morals, values, traditions, and more.

2/23-The Man and the Eagle
The man changed the bird drastically in this story. Without valuing the bird’s special qualities, the man altered the bird to what he thought would be better. This story will be used to discuss discrimination and the effect it has on those who are discriminated against.

Evanced ID:
53260
Location:
Main Library
Primary Event Type:
Lectures and Workshops
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Other

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Thursday, February 9, 2017 -
3:30pm to 5:00pm

BHM Library Event - Teen TED Talk Open Discussion Series

The library will host a special class in the Technology Training Center.

2/2-The Black Balloon
Young people often look to trusted adults to provide them guidance and clarity in life. The Black Balloon is a poem that depicts a situation in which a young boy wondered if the color of the balloon affected its ability to float away. This poem will be used to discuss how physical characteristics may or may not affect a person’s potential in life. And how stereotyping may also affect a person.

2/9-Box of Crayons
This is a vivid story about a box of crayons that did not get along. At first they disliked each other, but after learning to value each other’s unique qualities, the crayons in the box began to appreciate each other as they worked together to create a beautiful picture. The colorful characters in this carefully created story will help promote open-mindedness and cooperation and to dispel stereotypes about different groups of people.

2/16-If All Trees Were Oak
This poem paints a picture of how the world would be without diversity. It will be used to discuss the importance of valuing differences in people. The focus will be broad in scope—not limited to race issues. Dialouge may be expanded to include physical disabilities; learning styles; places of residence: urban, rural, and suburban; rich, poor; age; gender; religion; morals, values, traditions, and more.

2/23-The Man and the Eagle
The man changed the bird drastically in this story. Without valuing the bird’s special qualities, the man altered the bird to what he thought would be better. This story will be used to discuss discrimination and the effect it has on those who are discriminated against.

Evanced ID:
53259
Location:
Main Library
Primary Event Type:
Lectures and Workshops
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Other

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Thursday, February 2, 2017 -
3:30pm to 5:00pm

Crafting with Courtney

Learn to use old, damaged books to create brand new art! Celebrate your love of reading and crafts!

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46463
Location:
Main Library
Second Floor Meeting Room
Primary Event Type:
Activities and Crafts
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Other

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Monday, May 22, 2017 -
6:00pm to 8:00pm

Crafting with Courtney

Learn to use old, damaged books to create brand new art! Celebrate your love of reading and crafts!

Evanced ID:
46462
Location:
Main Library
Second Floor Meeting Room
Primary Event Type:
Activities and Crafts
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Monday, April 24, 2017 -
6:00pm to 8:00pm

Crafting with Courtney

Learn to use old, damaged books to create brand new art! Celebrate your love of reading and crafts!

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46461
Location:
Main Library
Second Floor Meeting Room
Primary Event Type:
Activities and Crafts
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Other

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Monday, March 27, 2017 -
6:00pm to 8:00pm

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