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Here’s the update on what we are planning at the library in the next couple of months.
The Bread club has decided to wait till March. Caramel Apple bread will be the bread we make, at this time it looks like Wednesday, March 16th.
The adult food/craft club has decided to go back to meeting every Friday at noon. The will bring their own lunch or appetizers for everyone. There will be crafts each Friday also, some weeks it will just be finishing the craft from the week before.
Kids will be decorating cake pops for Dr. Seuss day on March 2nd. There will be a St. Patrick’s Day craft March 16th and 17th for the kids during Spring break.
April 3rd- 9th is National Library Week. The library will hold their annual “Open House” on Tuesday, April 5th 12:00- 2:00 PM. Library Giving Day is Wednesday, April 6th. You can make a donation to the library through the link on our website. htpp://richmond.mykansaslibrary.org.
the kids will have an Easter craft April 14th after school.
Story Time is every Wednesday at 10:00 AM.…
As January comes to and end and we celebrate Kansas Birthday, we are hoping and planning on having some programs or events at the library soon.
We did do something for Kansas day with the kids. We made edible covered wagons and talked about Kansas.
With Covid on the rise in our little rural town we have been holding back. No bread class in January, No adult craft/food club in January, and Kansas Day was the first event with the school kids.
We are planning on a Valentine craft for kids on Valentines Day, hopefully some kinds of craft for the adult food/craft club, and we plan to get together for bread class [date to still be determined] Caramel Apple bread will the the February recipe we make.
Here’s hoping for warmer, healthy days to come!