THE SMYTH PUBLIC LIBRARY PRESENTS:
Now you can check out a telescope and check out the night sky! Check out the telescope for 1 week!
Now you can also check out our Mobile HotSpot for 1 week!
Donations for Houston libraries can be made to the Texas Library Association via this link or at our front desk box. Here is the link to the Texas Lib. Association and Texas State Library response to Hurricane Harvey – http://www.txla.org/news/2017/08/tla-tslac-respond-to-hurricane-harvey and the link to Disaster Relief Fund – https://squareup.com/store/txla/
Saturday, October 7th, at 7pm
Returning for the 12th year the ever popular Beatles Night with Jack Beard!
Featuring rare films, music, trivia, and door prizes. A new program every year.
Come join the music and fun!
World War II Women’s Land Army
Tuesday, October 10th at 6:30pm
The Women’s Land Army of America: By 1942, over two million men had left the farms to join the military, yet the crops had to be harvested to feed the U.S., its troops, and our Allies. Gas and rubber rationing impacted the use of migrant workers. Listen to members of the Women’s Land Army and the farmers they served to learn how the WLAA was formed and saved the agricultural industry from ruin during this critical time in our nation’s history.
Bio: Linda Shenton Matchett is a journalist, blogger, and author. Born in Baltimore, Maryland, a stone’s throw from Fort McHenry, Linda has lived in historical places most of her life. She is a volunteer docent at the Wright Museum of WWII and as a Trustee for the Wolfeboro Public Library. She is author of several romance novellas. Under Fire, the first in her trilogy about amateur sleuth/WWII correspondent Ruth Brown has just been released by eLectio Publishing (electiopublishing.com).
How to Immunity with Essential Oils
Wednesday, October 11th at 6pm
So many people wait until they get sick or feel miserable before they seek help. What would happen if we MAINTAIN our health and SUPPORT our immunity all year long? How lovely would it be to create such a healthy and supportive immune system that we breeze through each season without having to worry about illness at all? Our goal with this class is to cover Immune System support from a proactive standpoint, so that we all can stay above the wellness line. Join us and learn how to naturally support your immune system with Young Living’s natural, therapeutic grade products, and leave with a TOOL KIT of ideas to support you and your family.
Fall Nature Program
Thursday, October 12th at 6 pm
Animal adaptations with Hannah Park, Park Interpretive Ranger, SCA
Here is some of Hannah’s info:
We can provide a program on animal adaptations (including fur pelts and skulls), wild edible plant identification, hiking safety
I am one of the three SCA Discover the Power of Parks Interpretive Rangers based in the Merrimack Region.
Friends of the Library week October 15-21, Thank you to the Friends of Smyth Public Library.
Friends Book Sale brought to you by Friends of Smyth Public Library
Saturday, October 21st 9-2pm
Located at the Smyth Memorial Building
Hawk Demo with Jane Kelly
Saturday, October 28th 10 am
Located outside at Smyth Public Library weather permitting.
Currier Art Program
Thursday, November 9th, at 6pm
Instructor Holly Rousseau with a watercolor lesson based on the Monet in the Currier permanent collection
Adults/Teens-signup required, class size limited
Holiday Dessert Decorating
Friday, November 17th, at 6pm
Please bring a cake, cupcakes, pie or bread to decorate. Chrystina Moran will be helping decorate your sweets in this delicious program.
Thursday, October 26th at 730pm Reading group featuring Voice of the Violin by Andrea Camilleri (pick up your copy at the front desk)
Please see Reading Groups Page for a description of this months book.
Feel free to join the group for many interesting discussions!
Drop in Coloring night for all ages, all supplies provided, every Friday 6-7 pm. (packets also available for use in library anytime we are open)
Try out our new “Volunteer Your World” ideas at Smyth Public Library. Come to our monthly meeting (Last Monday of the month) or visit our Volunteer Your World Page
SEEKING WRITERS of all levels and abilities! We have a wonderful writing group at Smyth Public Library on the second and fourth Friday of each month from 6:30 to 7:30 pm. Please let us know if you would like to be a part and sign up or just come by and start writing. Writers group meets 2nd and 4th Friday of each month 6:30 pm
See the “children,” “teen,” and “music series” tabs for more great events!