This is a strictly for fun easy acrylic painting class for ages 16 and older. There is a $20 per participant fee and all supplies are provided. This session, we will be painting Christmas bulbs hanging from an evergreen branch--a flyer is available at the library. Class size is limited to 15, so come early and reserve your canvass by signing up and paying the fee. We look forward to another fun class!
Brush Therapy is a fun relaxing way to show your talent with brushes, paints and canvass (all supplied). This project is for ages 16 and older strictly to have fun and be creative as you are guided through the steps by two great instructors, Shannon Crawford and Carla Armentrout. We will be able to choose our own color scheme while painting a beautiful cross. This class is limited to 15 participants--(ALREADY AT MAXIMUM PARTICIPATION....Second class scheduled for December 9th)
The Tween Book Club consists of kids 10 to 13 who enjoy reading books. We will explore different types of writing, different authors, and a variety of subject matter.
This group is a variety of adults who enjoy reading and discussing books of various genre (fiction, non-fiction, mystery, etc). At each gathering, we discuss the current book and then pass out the title for the next month. Come in and pick up a copy of our current book and join the discussion!
This group is for adults ages 18 and up who enjoy reading and discussing different aspects of the literature. We do read and discuss various genres and subject matter including fiction and non-fiction. Most discussions will last approximately an hour.
Mrs. Claus will be here to help your children (up to age 16) decorate a Christmas cookie of their very own. You are welcome to come in your P.J.'s if you like. All supplies will be provided by Mrs. Claus and the library. Please RSVP to 816-987-2231 to let us know how many will be coming!
This basic computer class will go over the parts of the computer, basic internet uses, and email. We will have a volunteer here for this program to help you better understand basic technology...Please contact the library at 816-987-2231, and ask for Monica to reserve your spot.
Ms. D.B. Woodling (Pulitzer Prize nominee) will be here to talk about her books for Young Adults and Adults including the titles: Shannon's Land, Shannon's Revenge, Slice, and Final Claim.
The Friends of Cass County Public Library present mystery author, Nancy Pickard. Nancy Pickard is a Kansas City native, and has been writing since the early 1980s. She is the only mystery author to receive all four major mystery awards: Agatha, Anthony, Macavity, and Shamus. Her 2006 novel, The Virgin of Small Plains, was nominated for 3, and won the Agatha and Macavity awards.
In November we will be discussing "Defending Jacob" by William Landay--a murder mystery.