Introduction to D&D

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Join us for the world’s best-known roleplaying game, Dungeons and Dragons.  This introductory session is designed for students in their tweens and teens.


Saturday, April 22

Hennepin Library

Learn the basics of creating a player character.  You can play a wizard, fighter, rogue, or cleric.  Then together we’ll explore a dungeon!  The only limits are your imagination.

Troy Taylor, contributor to the ENnie-award winning gaming site, will serve as Dungeon Master.

“Appalachian Trail Thru-Hikers”

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Patti Dawe of Granville will present the program “Appalachian Trail Thru-Hikers”

Wednesday, April 26  Granville Library 6:30 P.M.

Each year some 2,500 people attempt to hike all 2,180 miles of the trail.  From her research, Dawe will explain what happens to cause 75% of those potential thru-hikers to abandon their goals, and the adventures of those who go on to complete the entire trail.  She has hiked sections of the trail in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Maryland, Virginia, and West Virginia.

 Bow Wow Stories

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Saturday, April 29         GRANVILLE                10 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!

Ameren Smart Meters

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Thursday, May 4          Hennepin Library Branch          7:00 P.M.

Jay Solomon will be discussing how the new smart meters that Ameren is laying out will impact your energy bill.

From how to read them, to future plans of how Ameren will affect every household that use Ameren Energy.

This is a University of Illinois Extension Program.

A World Gone Mad: World War I and World War II

Historian Jim Gibbons will take you through two of the most catastrophic wars in our nation’s history, highlighting significant events that thrust the United States into two unwanted wars:

Monday, May 8  McNabb Library  6 – 8 P.M.

Woodrow Wilson, the 28th U.S. President, poses for a portrait in this undated photo. (AP Photo)

On April 2, 1917 President Woodrow Wilson stated: “The world must be safe for democracy.” In four days the United States would enter World War I.


On December 8, 1941, President Franklin Delano Roosevelt stated: “Yesterday, December 7, 1941- a date which will live in infamy-the United States of America was suddenly and deliberately attacked by naval and air forces of the Empire of Japan.” The United States had now entered World War II.

These events include the Assassination of the Arch Duke Ferdinand, the sinking of the luxury liner Lusitania, Hitler’s ambition to achieve power, the attack on Pearl Harbor, the dropping of the Atomic Bomb and much, much, more!

President Franklin Roosevelt’s words shall be unfolded before your eyes. Roosevelt stated:

No matter how long it may take us to overcome this premeditated invasion, the American people in their righteous might will win through to absolute victory!

Petting Zoo

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Thursday, May 11     Hennepin Branch                                      6 P.M.                                                                                               Program presented by Bethany Harrison, a self sustaining farmer from Henry.  Come and pet the animals!   A educational program will follow.

Movie Matinee

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Wednesday, May 17
3:30 P.M.                                                                             The Adventure Club

Three kids discover an ancient artifact capable of granting wishes. They decide to use it to save their local science center, but there are some who’d stop at nothing to have the artifact for themselves.     Refreshments will be served.