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Known as the Hillbilly Shakespeare, Hank Williams music and influence is truly amazing in its heartfelt messages of the human experience. Join us as Steve Justman performs the music that made Hank Williams famous.
Tomatoes, Tomatoes, Tomatoes!
Librarian and avid Gardener Maryellen Essig will show you how to take your tomatoes from seed to eat.
We will cover Tomato varieties and how to choose which to grow. Maryellen will also discuss how to deal with common tomato problems.
Butterflies of the American Prairie. Doug Taron, from the Peggy Notebaert Nature Museum, will talk on the habitat of the butterflies in our area. Learn how to identify them and bring these beautiful creatures into your garden.
Terry Gant of Third Coast Comics will entertain and delight with the history and culture of comics.
The Emperors of Chocolate: Inside the Secret World of Hershey and Mars
by Joel Glenn Brenner
Forest Mars and Milton Hershey began small family-owned businesses that have grown into a cutthroat industry. Join us to discuss Brenners investigation into this cloistered world. Copies available at the 3rd floor Adult Services desk.
Learn sewing basics to create a reusable lunch bag.
Learn to make spa-quality beauty & body treatments from fresh ingredients they already have at home, in the fridge or the pantry.(Think Lush!) Eleanor Riley offers hands-on experience and take home recipes.
Join us for a World Tour of Chocolates. Pastry Chef, Rose Deneen, will discuss the chocolate production process as you sample chocolates from different countries. Chef Deneen will demonstrate easy to make chocolate treats and send you home with recipes.