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Stitching Time

Work on your favorite project (knitting, crochet, card making, what-have-you) with a group. Limited knitting and crochet instruction will be provided for beginners. All are welcome!

3:00 PM to 5:00 PM    Mon, Sep 16th

Main Library

Camp-"In" at the Library

Camping themed games, crafts, scavenger hunt, story time, and s'mores around the campfire!! Wear your camping gear or PJs, bring a sleeping bag or blanket (optional). Sponsored by the Talbot County Free Library and St. Luke's School. For ages 2-8 accompanied by an adult. Please call the St. Michaels Library to pre-register: 410-745-5877.

6:00 PM to 7:30 PM    Mon, Sep 16th

St. Michaels Branch

Book Discussion: "What the Eyes Don't See"

The Easton Book Group (open to all) discusses this year's One Maryland One Book, "What the Eyes's Don't See", by Dr. Mona Hanna-Attisha.

6:30 PM    Mon, Sep 16th

Main Library

Story Time

For ages 5 and under accompanied by an adult. Read, sing and play at the library during story time. Enjoy making a craft. Story time repeats at 11:00 a.m.

10:00 AM    Tue, Sep 17th

Main Library

Story Time

For ages 5 and under accompanied by an adult. Read, sing and play at the library during story time. Enjoy making a craft.

11:00 AM    Tue, Sep 17th

Main Library

Book Discussion: What the Eyes Don't See

"Library guy" Bill Peak hosts a discussion of this year's One Maryland One Book, "What the Eyes Don't See", by Dr. Mona Hanna-Attisha.

3:00 PM    Tue, Sep 17th

St. Michaels Branch

Afternoon Chess

For children 6-16 years of age. Learn and play chess. Light snacks served. Please pre-register at www.tcfl.org or by calling 410-822-1626.

4:30 PM    Tue, Sep 17th

Main Library

Book Discussion: Educated: a Memoir

The St. Michaels Library Book Club (open to all) discusses The New York Times bestseller, "Educated: a Memoir" by Tara Westover.

3:30 PM to 5:00 PM    Wed, Sep 18th

St. Michaels Branch

Lunch & Learn

Join Emily Zobel, Agricultural Extension Agent for Dorchester County, as she presents: "Insects, the Environment, & Us". Come learn about some of our common native insect species, the ecological roles they play, what their decline means to us, and what you can do to make your yard more insect friendly.

12:00 PM    Thu, Sep 19th

Main Library

Milk and Cookies and...Chapter Books!

For ages 6 and up. Chapter book read-aloud with milk and cookies!

1:30 PM    Thu, Sep 19th

Main Library

Minecraft Drop-in (for ages 10-16)

Mine for diamonds and battle creepers. Light refreshments will be served.

3:00 PM to 5:00 PM    Thu, Sep 19th

St. Michaels Branch

Move2Music

For ages 8 and older. Listen to the Loblollies and move to the music. Move2Music is like a cross between Zumba and social dancing. Loblollies is this area's only acoustic dance band.

4:00 PM    Thu, Sep 19th

Main Library

Ask a Master Gardener

Come ask Talbot County Master Gardeners your gardening questions. They will be set up in the lobby. Bring a sample from your yard if you are having difficulty with a plant. Learn about fall gardening!

5:30 PM to 7:30 PM    Thu, Sep 19th

Main Library

Talbot County in WWII: A Perspective on D-Day

As we commemorate the 75th anniversary of D-Day, a day some historians call the most important moment of the 20th century, this is the story of Talbot Countians during that historic time and the incredible sacrifices they made during the war. We welcome speaker Larry Denton, Executive Director of the Historical Society, who will give an illustrated lecture featuring a number of historical photos.

6:30 PM    Thu, Sep 19th

Main Library

Project Purple

Help us to build awareness for and promote drug-free living during "Talbot Goes Purple" by wearing purple at the library on any Friday in September. Patrons wearing purple will receive a book buck good toward the purchase of an item from our book sale.

   Fri, Sep 20th

Main Library

Information Session for Interested New AARP Tax-Aide Volunteers

Learn about what it takes to become a certified tax counselor, trained by AARP. The AARP Foundation Tax-Aide program offers free in-person tax preparation and assistance to anyone in the community, but especially those 50 and older who cannot afford a tax preparation service. Volunteers make a difference by helping low income individuals and their families who might otherwise miss out on tax credits and deductions they have earned. There are eight Tax-Aide sites in the mid-shore area.

2:00 PM to 3:30 PM    Fri, Sep 20th

Main Library

Junior Duck Stamp Award Winners exhibit

Beginning September 7 and running until September 28th, the Easton branch of the library will be hosting a display of 36 prize-winning pieces of art from the annual Federal Junior Duck Stamp Program. Entries from Maryland students in grades K-12 from public, private, and home schools, are submitted each year.

9:00 AM    Sat, Sep 21st

Main Library

Project Purple

Throughout September, new cardholders will receive a purple library card to help promote "Talbot Goes Purple."

   Mon, Sep 23rd

Main Library

Read with Wally, a Pet on Wheels Therapy Dog

Bring a book or choose a library book and read with Ms. Maggie Gowe and her dog, Wally.

3:30 PM    Mon, Sep 23rd

St. Michaels Branch

Read with Tiger, a Pet-on-Wheels Therapy Dog

Bring a book or choose one from the library's shelves to read with Janet Dickey and her dog, Tiger. For ages 5 and up.

4:00 PM    Mon, Sep 23rd

Main Library

Book Discussion

"Library guy" Bill Peak hosts a discussion of this year's One Maryland One Book, What the Eyes Don't See, by Dr. Mona Hanna-Attisha.

6:00 PM    Mon, Sep 23rd

Main Library

Story Time

For ages 5 and under accompanied by an adult. Read, sing and play at the library during story time. Enjoy making a craft. Story time repeats at 11:00 a.m.

10:00 AM    Tue, Sep 24th

Main Library

Story Time

For ages 5 and under accompanied by an adult. Read, sing and play at the library during story time. Enjoy making a craft.

11:00 AM    Tue, Sep 24th

Main Library

Tuesday Movie at Noon

Join us as we show the movie On the Basis of Sex. Ruth Bader Ginsburg is a struggling attorney who takes on a groundbreaking tax case, she knows it could change the direction of her career and the way the courts view gender discrimination.

12:00 PM    Tue, Sep 24th

St. Michaels Branch

Upper Shore DLLR: Veterans Outreach

Veterans can get information on topics such as employment, transportation, benefits and more. Stop by the lobby and talk with veteran representative Sharon Egerson.

1:00 PM to 3:00 PM    Tue, Sep 24th

Main Library

Family Crafts

Back-to-School Folders.

3:30 PM    Tue, Sep 24th

St. Michaels Branch

Story Time

For children age 5 and under accompanied by an adult.

10:30 AM    Wed, Sep 25th

St. Michaels Branch

Book Discussion: "The Overstory"

Join us as Dr. Margot Miller gives a lecture, entitled "The Lure of the Immediate Advantage," on Richard Powers' Pulitzer Prize-winning novel, "The Overstory." Discussion to follow.

1:00 PM to 3:00 PM    Wed, Sep 25th

Main Library

Bay Hundred Chess

Learn and play the strategic game of chess. Beginners welcome.

1:00 PM to 3:00 PM    Wed, Sep 25th

St. Michaels Branch

Ukulele Class for Youth

For ages 8 and older. Join us for a six-week ukulele lesson adventure! Ukuleles are provided. Limited space, please pre-register at www.tcfl.org or by calling 410-822-1626.

4:00 PM    Wed, Sep 25th

Main Library

Peer Pilot Night: Crazy T-shirts (for 8th graders only)

(Program begins after the library closes.) Join in the fun with student peer mentors from Easton High School and St. Michaels Middle High School. Games, food, door prizes, and more! For 8th graders only.

6:00 PM    Wed, Sep 25th

Main Library

Memoir Writers

Record and share your memories of life and family with a group of friendly, like-minded people. Participants may bring their lunch.

11:00 AM to 1:00 PM    Thu, Sep 26th

St. Michaels Branch

Learn Microsoft Excel from a Pro

Computer Training Specialist Rita Hill offers Microsoft's Introduction to Excel. Participants are asked to bring their own PC laptop (no Apple laptops, please) or just observe.

1:00 PM to 2:30 PM    Thu, Sep 26th

Main Library

Milk and Cookies and...Chapter Books!

For ages 6 and up. Chapter book read-aloud with milk and cookies!

1:30 PM    Thu, Sep 26th

Main Library

Minecraft Drop-in (for ages 10-16)

Mine for diamonds and battle creepers. Light refreshments will be served.

3:00 PM to 5:00 PM    Thu, Sep 26th

St. Michaels Branch

Project Purple

Help us to build awareness for and promote drug-free living during "Talbot Goes Purple" by wearing purple at the library on any Friday in September. Patrons wearing purple will receive a book buck good toward the purchase of an item from our book sale.

   Fri, Sep 27th

Main Library

Seeds: Cracking the Code

Join Mikaela Boley, UMD Senior Agent Associate, Urban Horticulture, who will show how to collect and store seeds for next year's garden. Hands-on demonstrations and free seeds will be available.

10:00 AM    Fri, Sep 27th

Main Library

Junior Duck Stamp Award Winners exhibit

Beginning September 7 and running until September 28th, the Easton branch of the library will be hosting a display of 36 prize-winning pieces of art from the annual Federal Junior Duck Stamp Program. Entries from Maryland students in grades K-12 from public, private, and home schools, are submitted each year.

9:00 AM    Sat, Sep 28th

Main Library

Frederick Douglass Day

A parade, welcoming ceremony on the courthouse lawn, free music, food vendors, children's village, and a special presentation on the importance of Douglass of family at 1:00 p.m. in our Easton branch by Professor Celeste-Marie Bernier of the University of Edinburgh.

10:00 AM to 4:00 PM    Sat, Sep 28th

Main Library

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