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JamTown Family Jam

Enough is enough! I miss playing with kids and caregivers so, come March we are building music muscles one song at a time. Free on Zoom!

Thursdays in March  (PST/Seattle)
10am 2-3 year old focus
11am 4-5 year old focus
all ages/siblings welcome at both times

What to expect? Learn & play zany songs and warm-up games. Bring your rhythm instruments – be ready to play when the doors open. No instruments? No problem. We’ll scavenger hunt for the instrument of the week and build Fam-jam-ily packs as we go. (Tip: sign in a few minutes early.)

Log onto https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZMudO-qqD0rHdJVvYNiYd-r_cPrJuMR2yzJ to register and get the Zoom link.

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What’s Up in the Sky?

In this wide-ranging exploration of space, you’ll learn about what you can see with your eyes in March and other spring skies: constellations, planets and the moon. Then you’ll move on to learn about the robotic missions and the recent Mars Rover landing. Questions from the audience are strongly encouraged.

Both children and adults were enjoy this program about space. The program is in collaboration with the Barton and Glover libraries.

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MOBA 101: An Introduction to the Museum of Bad Art

Museum of Bad Art

The Museum of Bad Art collects, exhibits, and celebrates art that will be seen in no other venue. Since 1993, they have collected art from thrift stores, yard sales, sidewalk trash, and even the artists who create it. They analyze, compare to classic art, and share with thousands of fans around the world. They will be doing a Zoom presentation, March 23rd at at 7:00 PM. Visit their website at https://museumofbadart.org/ to learn more about what it does or go to the Greensboro Free Library calendar at https://calendar.google.com/calendar/u/0/r/month/2021/3/1 to join the Zoom meeting.

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Chili Dinner Fundraiser

Our annual Chili Dinner fundraiser is still on, scheduled for Friday, March 5. It will look a little different this year. We will be doing a chili-dinner-to-go, with an online show of local youth talent you can enjoy at home.

First, YES, we do need your donations of chili, cornbread, and dessert, and encourage you to call, e-mail or come in to sign up as a food donor. We need to keep things simple to streamline the process this year. Please keep these guidelines in mind:

–Drop-off time for food donations: 3:00-4:00p.m., Friday, March 5.

–Sign up to bring chili, cornbread, or cookies.

–Please bring cold or room-temperature food; we will repack it into take-out containers for folks to reheat at home.

–Chili: Please bring only beef or vegetarian chili. Your pan/pot/crockpot/Tupperware dish will be washed and left on a table at the church for you to pick up Saturday, so please be sure to label the variety of chili and put your name on your container.

–Cornbread: Please label your pan, and pre-cut into even-sized pieces if possible.

–Dessert: We are asking only for chocolate chip cookies this year in order to avoid choices, and please do not use nuts or peanut butter.

–Pick-up Time: Dinner Pick-up will be 4:30-6:00 p.m, Friday, March 5, and our online show will premiere at 7:00 on Youtube so you can watch and comment with friends. We will ask for $8 donations per adult, $4 for children.

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Zentangle®

Learn the Meditative Art of Tangling in Upcoming Virtual Workshop

Greensboro Free Library, Jeudevine Memorial Library and Cabot Public Library are co-hosting a virtual Zentangle workshop with Ohio artist and Certified Zentangle Teacher Katy Abbot on Sunday, March 7, from 2:00-4:00.  The workshop is free, but we are asking everyone to register early so we can order supply kits, and we ask those who can to contribute $5 towards the cost of a kit.  The libraries will provide the kits for pickup and the Zoom link in early March.

Zentangle┬« is an easy-to-learn and relaxing method of creating beautiful images from structured repetitive patterns, called tangles.  The method, or art form, is used to increase focus and creativity, and for mindfulness practice and stress reduction.  It has been called a form of artistic meditation, as the creator becomes engrossed in drawing each pattern.  More information can be found at the website www.Zentangle.com.  Tangling can be enjoyed by a wide range of skills and ages, and non-artists are welcome and encouraged to participate.  This workshop, with its 2-hour time-frame, is best for ages 12 and up.   During this Zoom class, participants will learn what the Zentangle method is all about and how to tangle, acquiring skills for future creations.  Instructor Katy Abbott  is a long-time crafter and has exhibited and sold numerous glass bead ornaments and jewelry items.   She has been a Certified Zentangle Teacher since 2012, and has taught several Zentangle workshops in the past year for libraries in her home state of Ohio.

To register for the workshop, please e-mail or call one of the libraries by Tuesday, March 2: GFL at 533-2531 or [email protected], Jeudevine at 472-5948 or [email protected],  or CPL at 563-2721 or [email protected].