With a parent or guardian’s permission, kids can call or stop by the children’s desk at these branches any time during business hours September-November to hear a great joke. A new joke will be provided each day. Kids are also invited to share one of their own!
For age 3-grade 4. Don’t have time for storytime during the week? Drop in for a hands-on, interactive experience with a maker, play and art focus. We’ll provide multiple activity stations and fun read-alouds. Be prepared to make new friends, get messy and have family fun! Call 883-1974.
You can choose what you want to learn and go at your own speed with our self-paced tutorials. We provide the computer and you select from a wide variety of lessons designed specifically for individual learning. Topics include basic skills, Windows 10, Microsoft Office, Quickbooks, Gmail, Photoshop and more. Both interactive and video tutorials are available to fit your learning style. We also offer computer-instructed keyboarding lessons to help you learn to type or improve your typing skills. Prerequisites: Some experience using keyboard and mouse. For adults.
Facilitated by Correne Craig. The class chooses their book, which is read aloud during class time, with open discussion. Everyone is welcome to join the discussion at any time! No purchase necessary to participate.
Enjoy a time of stretching, breathing, aligning, and relaxing. Facilitated by Kathy Duncan and Lee Chappell.
For grades 6-12, Midtown Carnegie Branch upstairs meeting room. Explore your skills, interests, values and the world of work to help you make informed education, career and life decisions, and develop your knowledge of personal finance. Presented by Rebecca Saunders from Junior Achievement and Patricia Deck from Community Partnership of the Ozarks.
Event Details: Doors will not open until 5:45. Use the main entrance of the Dream Center. A light dinner will be served. On January 1, 2018, a new law went into effect greatly expanding the ability for people previously convicted of nonviolent, low-level offenses to seal the public record of those offenses and get a fresh start. The categories of eligible offenses further expanded on August 28, 2019 to include some stealing offenses. Please note, this does not apply to federal offenses.
This clinic will explain how the new law works and who it can help. Participants will be given the opportunity to sign up for free representation through Legal Services of Southern Missouri and the Springfield Metropolitan Bar Foundation.
Space is limited so don’t wait to sign up! Register at https://www.springfieldbar.com/events/EventDetails.aspx?id=1333662&group=.
For grades 4-8. Bring your own bricks or use ours and create with other master builders.