Movie Matinee—HENNEPIN

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Wednesday, September 20
Hennepin
3:30 P.M.
Captain Underpants: The First Epic Movie (PG)
Refreshments will be served.

Library Science!

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Thursday, September 21   HENNEPIN @ 4 P.M.

Subject: Density

Anyone can stack blocks, boxes, or books, but only those with a steady hand and a little understanding of chemistry can stack liquids! We will be conducting a test to see if a seven layer density column is possible!

With Success or Failure…

We will create Lava lamps out of oil, water, and Alka-Seltzers.

Hennepin’s Bicentennial

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9 A.M.
Ron Bluemer
“Steamboats and the History of the Illinois River”

10 A.M.
Mark Walczynski     
“The Illinois River Historical Perspective”

Noon
Theatiki Fife & Drum Corps 
in the Parade

 

Short History of Putnam County

Discover the ancient tribe of the Hopewell, take the footsteps of Abraham Lincoln, and explore the more industrial side of Hennepin,  On the banks of the Old Mississippi, come see what has occurred these past 200 years in Hennepin.

This is a 4 DVD set on Putnam County.  Minimum $15 donation to the P.C. Public Library District.

 Bow Wow Stories

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RESCHEDULED!

Saturday, September 23      GRANVILLE                10:00 A.M.

Bow Wow Stories is a fun activity for good readers, and struggling readers! Kids read aloud to Gigi, the Reading Dog for about 5 minutes.

Gigi loves stories, and everyone is encouraged to read.

Come and read to Gigi!

18th Century Lady’s Discourse on Plain Sewing & Fashion—HENNEPIN

Thursday, October 5   Hennepin   6 P.M.

                                                                                                                                                  Cathy Grafton presents herself as a seamstress from the mid-1700’s and will discuss the styles and clothing in fashion of that time. Explore Scotland, France, and the New World fashion of the 18th Century.