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Regional Libraries Closed for MLK Holiday

All branches of the Jackson-George Regional Library System will be closed Monday, January 17, in observance of the Martin Luther King, Jr. holiday.
Branches will be closed but book drops for returns will be available. All on-line services will be available for renewals, placing holds, and free digital services by visiting www.jgrls.org.
The branches, located in the communities of East Central, Gautier, Lucedale, Moss Point, Ocean Springs, Pascagoula, and Vancleave will reopen Tuesday, January 18, at regular hours.

Jackson-George Regional Library Board welcomes new Director

The Jackson-George Regional Library System Board of Trustees welcomed new library director Angela Stewart at the October monthly meeting.
Previously, Angela Stewart was serving at the Pascagoula Public Library as branch manager and was also the Gautier Public Library manager before being promoted to the main library in Pascagoula. She started at the library system in 2001, hired as a library clerk at the Vancleave Public Library and became very interested in Library Science as a career. She received a Bachelors of Library Science at the University of Southern Mississippi in 2013, and received her Masters of Library and Information Science in 2017.
Library Board Trustees are selected by county supervisors in both Jackson and George counties. Members are George Sholl - District 1, Carol Lewis-Jones (chair) - District 2, Belinda Dammen - District 3, Susan Agnelly - District 4, Betty Ryals - District 5, and Evelyn Read (vice-chair) and Nancy Jo Maples from George County.
Branch libraries in the system are: East Central Public Library, Gautier Public Library, Lucedale/George County Public Library, Jackson County Law Library, Ina Thompson Moss Point Library, Ocean Springs Municipal Library, Pascagoula Public Library, Singing River Genealogy and Local History Library, St. Martin Public Library, and Vancleave Public Library. Visit www.jgrls.org for more information.

JGRLS board 2021

Jackson-George Regional Library System Board of Trustees welcomed new library director Angela Stewart at the October monthly meeting. Pictured are (l to r); George Sholl, Belinda Dammen, Angela Stewart (director), Metty Ryals, Carol Lewis-Jones (board chair), Evelyn Read (vice-chair), and Nancy Jo Maples. Not pictured, Susan Agnelly.

 

Regional Library System welcomes new branch manager to Moss Point Library


MOSS POINT: The Jackson-George Regional Library System has hired Lynn Rainey to serve as branch manager of the Ina Thompson Moss Point Library.
Ms. Rainey, a Tuscaloosa, Alabama native, attended the University of Alabama for undergrad studies and graduate degree in Library and Information Science. She has worked in a number of very different libraries from the medical library at UA to cataloging at the Jefferson County Library Cooperative. Her was previously at Mobile Public Library, where she served as Teen Services, Programing, and Collection Librarian for the past five years.
“I am very passionate about library services and being involved in the community both in the library and other community spaces. I look forward to what I can bring to the Ida Thompson Moss Point Branch patrons and how to elevate both the library and the community we serve,” said Lynn.
The library is located at 4119 Bellveiw Street in Moss Point. For more information, call the library at 826-5857 or visit www.jgrls.org. Find the library system on Facebook or Instagram @JacksonGeorgeLibrary.

Regional Library System welcomes new branch manager to Vancleave Public Library


VANCLEAVE: The Jackson-George Regional Library System has hired Lauria Barton as manager of the Vancleave Public Library.
Lauria Barton takes the position after having served as Youth Serivces Assistant which she began in 2020.
She earned her bachelor’s degree from William Carey University in 1990 and is currently working on her Master’s in Library Science from the University of Southern Mississippi. Lauria has seven years teaching experience including lead teacher at Grace Christian School in Pascagoula. The library is located at 12604 Highway 57 in Vancleave. For more information, call the library at 826-5857

Regional Library hires Thompson as manager of Singing River Genealogy and Local History Library


PASCAGOULA/GENEALOGY:
The Jackson-George Regional Library System has hired Laura Thompson as the manager of the Singing River Genealogy and Local History Library in Pascagoula.
As manager, Laura will guide the library into the modern era of digitization and organization in an effort to offer increased access to all resources pertaining to the history of the community and service area.
Laura earned her bachelor’s degree in English with a minor in Psychology from the University of South Alabama in 2018. Soon after, she applied for and was accepted in the MLIS program at the University of Southern Mississippi. She is expected to graduate with a Masters in Archives Certification in late 2021.
Laura previously worked at USA’s Marx Library and rekindled her love of libraries. In 2019, she began working at Biloxi Central Library as a clerk. While there, she aided the library by indexing collections in the local history department.
Laura stated, “I look forward to working here at JGRLS. I am delighted to assist in creating a great digital collection and helping patrons discover their history!”
For more information about the genealogy library, branch libraries or library services, visit www.jgrls.org. Find the Singing River Genealogy-Local History Library on Facebook @SingingRiverLibrary and @JacksonGeorgeLibrary for the library system.


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EAST CENTRAL LIBRARY

East Central Library offers Fiber Art Club and class

The East Central Public Library will host Yarn & Talk Fiber Arts Club on January 18, at 4:30 p.m., in the meeting room. The new club will meet on the first and third Tuesdays each month.
Crafters are invited to bring yarn projects to the new library club and talk about the hobby, current projects, favorite yarns, and more. Unwind and meet up with like-minded people for some fiber arts crafts. Learn while swapping patterns and sharing tips and tricks with others. Those who love to crochet, knit, or work with yarn in any other way, will love this fiber arts club.
The Library is located at 21801 Slider Road, in Hurley by the schools.

East Central Library offers Read Across America Poetry Contest

The East Central Public Library will host Read Across America poetry contest during February. To celebrate, the library is conducting a Poetry Contest for students.
Dr. Seuss is turning 118 on March 2. In honor of this, the East Central Public Library is hosting a poetry contest for all youth. Entries may be submitted to the East Central Library by 6 p.m., on February 23. All entries will be judged - winners will be announced and invited to a reception on March 2, at 4 p.m., after school. Families are invited to hear the winning poems! Refreshments will be provided by Friends of the East Central Public Library.
The Library is located at 21801 Slider Road, in Hurley by the schools.

 

 

GAUTIER LIBRARY

True Crime Club offered at the Gautier Library

The Gautier Public Library will host “Crime Will Tell, A True Crime Club “every 4th Thursday at 6:30 p.m. for adults. The next meeting for the free club is February 27, in the meeting room.
Are you a Forensics Files-o-phile? A Murderino? A cold case armchair detective? If you’ve got a morbid curiosity for crime, you’ve found the right club. Each month we’ll pick a crime to research and discuss, and share our favorite books, documentaries, and podcasts.
Crime Will Tell Club will focus on one well-known true crime case and/or criminal using a variety of materials and resources. The library will supply a list of resources available about the case (via Facebook and email) a month prior to the meeting. These resources will be a combination of both library materials and other resources, and may include books, articles, podcasts, and videos. Each club member will be able to choose whatever combination of materials they want to read/watch/listen and then we can all get together to discuss during our scheduled meeting time.
Call the library for information 228-497-4531. The library is located at 2100 Library Lane next to the college campus.

Teen Game Day offered at Gautier Library

The Gautier Public Library will host Teen Game Day on Saturday, February 5, from 2 to 3 p.m., in the meeting room.
Teens can play classic board games, get a team together and challenge each other in play. There will be something for every interest. Light refreshments will be provided by the Friends of the Library.
Call 228-497-4531 to register prior to event date.
The library is located at 2100 Library Lane next to the college campus.

Random Acts of Kindness Crafts offered at Gautier Library

The Gautier Public Library will host Random Acts of Kindness Crafts on Tuesday, February 8, at 5 p.m., in the meeting room.
Youth can make their own small gift to give away to people you know or meet on Random Acts of Kindness Day. Create positivity in others by crafting and sharing “Paper Fortune Cookies” and paint “Kindness Rocks” inspired by Megan Murphy’s Kindness Rocks Project! Idea cards and positive quotes available for inspiration. Refreshments compliments of Gautier Friends of the Library.
Call 228-497-4531 to sign up. The library is located at 2100 Library Lane next to the college campus.

Gautier Library offers LEGO event for families

The Gautier Public Library will celebrate Gautier LEGO’s every fourth Thursday. The next event will be held Thursday, February 24, from 3 to 5 p.m., in the meeting room.
Families can build amazing new creations at the Library. This monthly in-person event invites children and families to have fun with LEGO® bricks! Build freehand or play the “LEGO Challenge” game.
Gautier LEGOs will be held on the last Thursday each month. LEGOs are provided by Gautier Public Library and sanitized after each use. We will practice social distancing with groups attending. Children under 10 must be accompanied by parent or adult. Masks encouraged. Follow #GautierLEGOs on social media.
To register or get more information, call the library at 497-4531. The library is located at 2100 Library Lane, next to the college.

 

LUCEDALE LIBRARY

Lucedale Library to offer Free Bingo

The Lucedale-George County Public Library will offer Free Bingo at Your Library on Tuesday, Janurary 18, at 2 p.m., in the meeting room. This event will be repeated on February 18.
Enjoy a rousing afternoon of free Bingo at the library. Invite friends and socialize. Patrons may win prizes. Refreshments will be provided by the Friends of the Library. This event is intended for adults age 18 and up.
For more information or to sign up, call 601-947-2123 or visit the library at 507 Oak Street across from City Park.

Winter Game Day offered for families at the Lucedale Library

The Lucedale/George County Public Library will host “Winter Game Day - Get your game on!” event on Saturday, Janurary 15, beginning at 10 a.m., in the meeting room.
“Get your game on” and join in the free family-fun event. Play several different board games and enjoy pizza. Play in teams or individually with friends.
Refreshments provided by the Friends of the Library. Parents must be present with any child under 10.
For more information call the library at 947-2123 or visit the library at 507 Oak Street, across from City Park.

Journey to Parenting offered for families at the Lucedale Library

The Lucedale/George County Public Library will host Journey to Success Parenting classes on Monday, January 31, beginning at 5:30 p.m., in the meeting room.
The free classes are presented by Tytus McLeod-McCarty, Journey 2 Success Family Support Specialist. A different parenting class will be held on the last Monday each month. For the first session, she will be discussing the first part of PAMSFIT which is physical. The last four discussed monthly will be Academically, Mentally, Spiritually, and Financially fit. Patrons that complete all five sessions will receive a PAMSFIT Certificate of completion.
Seating is limited and registration is suggested. For more information call the library at 947-2123 or visit the library at 507 Oak Street, across from City Park.

The Cow Said Moo program offered at Lucedale Library

The Lucedale/George County Public Library will host Ann Howard, MS Farm Bureau, for The Cow Said Moo: Beef in Mississippi on Saturday, February 26, at 10 a.m., in the meeting room.
Ann Howard will be presenting a program on beef in Mississippi for children ages K-5th grade in the meeting room. There will be crafts and snacks provided by Farm Bureau Insurance. Come find out why the cow said “Moo.”
Ann Howard has been with the farm Bureau/Mississippi Federation of Women in Agriculture for several years. She also works for the Mississippi State Extension Service for fifteen years.
Call the library at 601-947-2123 for more information about library programs or visit us on Facebook. The library is located at 507 Oak St., across from City Park.

Lucedale Library to host Sweet Treats Recipe Swap

The Lucedale-George County Public Library will host Sweet Treats Recipe Swap on Tuesday, February 15, at 4 p.m. in the library.
Looking for a way to bring something sweet and fun home with you? Attend the library’s Sweet Treats Recipe Swap event. Bring one or more of your favorite dishes as well as the recipe. Participants will taste any of the dishes and get a copy of the recipe to take home with them. All types of dishes are welcome, though the theme is sweets and treats.
For more information or to sign up, call 947-2123, or visit the library at 507 Oak Street across from City Park.

Lucedale Library to host Celebrate BHM History program

The Lucedale-George County Public Library will host guest speaker Cheyenne Lopez for Black History Month: Celebrate History on Thursday, February 24, at 4:30 p.m. in the library.
Cheyenne will host the program for ages 12 to 17 at the Library. Families are welcome. She will discuss the way ancestors nurtured their culture throughout history, obstacles they overcame, and things they developed during and since slavery.
Cheyenne Lopez is a Mississippi native, raised in Lucedale. She is a devoted mother of three Mexican-American children, free-lance portrait artist, with a passion for psychology, culture, and social justice.
For more information or to sign up, call 947-2123, or visit the library at 507 Oak Street across from City Park.

 

 

MOSS POINT LIBRARY

Moss Point Library offers Mail Time Family Story-time

The Ina Thompson Moss Point Library will host a special Mail Time Family Storytime on Thursday, February 10, at 4:30 p.m., in the Library Story Vault.
Youth services assistant Ms. Monique will read books about sending letters and valentine’s to our friends and family and explain how to mail a letter or a package. Children will have fun writing and mailing a letter to a relative or friend. There are so many fun activities to help us discover the magic of mail time. Join us in the Storytime Treasure Room for a Family Storytime and crafts. Children 10 and under must be accompanied by an adult. Refreshments provided by Friend’s of the Library.
The library is located at 4119 Bellview Avenue near downtown. Call 228-475-7462 for more information.

Black History Month Art Show at Moss Point Library


The Ina Thompson Moss Point Library is hosting a Black History Month Art Show during the month of February. This free art show will run through the end of the month during library hours.
The annual Art Show will feature local African-American artists and craftsmen. Media includes drawings, paintings, jewelry items, and wood crafts. Artwork will be displayed throughout the library, including the Ruth Horn Meeting Room, the library display case, and areas of the main library.
The features these local artists: Leroy Williams with pen and ink art and is show coordinator,
Chris Harper with woodworking, James Toles also with woodworking, and Glenn Mack with handcrafted Jewelry.
For more information, call the library at 475-7462 or visit 4119 Bellview Street near downtown.

Moss Point Library offers Valentine’s Paint Night for youth


The Ina Thompson Moss Point Library will offer Valentine’s Paint Night for youth on Monday, February 14, from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m., in the meeting room.
Happy Valentine’s Day! Join us for Valentine’s Paint Night using an assortment of acrylic paints and embellishments. Children of all ages will enjoy painting a Valentine with someone they love. All supplies are provided, just bring your creativity. Children 10 and under must be accompanied by an adult. Refreshments provided by Friends of the Moss Point Library.
For more information, call 228-475-7462 or visit the library to sign up. The library is located at 4119 Bellview Avenue near downtown.

Moss Point Library to host Make Your Own Happy Mail craft

The Ina Thompson Moss Point Library will host Make Your Own Happy Mail craft on Wednesday, February 22, from 4 p.m., in the meeting room.
Patrons who love to check their mail in today’s digital age find it is still fun to receive snail mail. Happy Mail can be as simple as a cute postcard or as extravagant as a creative care package. Create your own unique piece of decorative and crafted mail. What you make depends on who you’re sending it to, whether it is your best friend, or maybe a distant relative. Get inspired to make a beautiful presentation that will make your recipient feel like they’re unwrapping presents on Christmas morning! The library will supply all materials but, guests may bring personal items as well.
For more information, call 228-475-7462 or visit the library to sign up.

 

OCEAN SPRINGS LIBRARY

Ocean Springs Library offers Video Games with Friends

The Ocean Springs Municipal Library will host “Video Game Day” for students on Saturdays. This event will be held on Saturdays: January 15, February 5, March 5, and April 2, from 1:30 to 3:30 p.m.
Students age 17 and under may bring friends to play video games. Multi-player video games will be set up for anyone who wants to play or bring their own device and hang out with friends. Enjoy games like Mario-Kart, Minecraft and more (PS3, PS 4, and Atari Flashback 7 classic) in the side meeting room. Public WiFi is available for more game play.
Call 228-875-1193 for more information. Refreshments provided by the Friends of the Ocean Springs Library.
The Ocean Springs library is located at 525 Dewey Avenue, behind City Hall.

Ocean Springs Library offers Book Nook Maker craft

The Ocean Springs Municipal Library will offer a new craft series for Book Nook Maker Project and Expo on Saturday, February 12, from 1:30 to 3:30 p.m., in the library meeting room.
Patrons of all ages will want to create a book miniature nook for a bookshelf at home. Creating one of these tiny worlds can be fun for everyone. Learn something new and use materials provided to create one to be displayed on the library shelves.
In the first meeting, we will discuss what a book nook is and techniques for creating your own. Later dates will be additional time for working on your projects. The series will be held again on Thursday, February 17, from 5:30 to 7 p.m.
For more information, call 228-875-1193. The Ocean Springs library is located at 525 Dewey Avenue, behind City Hall.

Ocean Springs Library hosts Touch a Fallen Star program

The Ocean Springs Municipal Library will host Touch a Fallen Star: Meteors program on Thursday, February 24, at 6 p.m., in the library meeting room.
Enjoy an evening of stars and meteors with local community educators Bob and Cathy Marousky. Bring the family for a fun program. Learn answers to questions like: What are meteoroids, meteors, and meteorites? The different types of meteorites, Interesting facts and stories about meteorites, what are the five ways to tell if you found a real meteorite? Where do you find meteorites? What are Black Pearls from space? And, using real meteorites to examine the ways to identify a true meteorite. Groups are invited to attend.
For more information, call 228-875-1193. The Ocean Springs library is located at 525 Dewey Avenue, behind City Hall.

Ocean Springs Library hosts Teen Survival Skills 101 series

The Ocean Springs Municipal Library will host Touch a Fallen Star: Meteors program on Thursday, February 24, at 6 p.m., in the library meeting room.
Students are invited for the first program in a Teen Survival Skills 101 series. Basic Car Maintenance with Margo Posten will include checking fluids, jumping a battery, changing a flat tire, replacing windshield wipers. This program series is for Middle and High School students. It will be held in the Ocean Springs Library meeting room and parking lot. Other events in the future will focus on the basics of cooking, sewing, and managing money.
To sign up or for more information, call 228-875-1193. The Ocean Springs library is located at 525 Dewey Avenue, behind City Hall.


PASCAGOULA LIBRARY

Sit! Stay! Read! Children’s event offered at Pascagoula Library

Children and parents are invited to the Pascagoula Public Library every third Saturday beginning February 19, from 12 noon to 2 p.m. for the Sit-Stay-Read! program for children.
Children will enjoy reading all types of story books to therapy dogs from Visiting Pet Teams of South Mississippi. This is a free event.
Sit-Stay-Read! Children read one-on-one to licensed pet therapy dogs to help improve their reading skills. Dogs enable kids to tackle the serious issue of childhood illiteracy in a fun way, and test scores prove that these programs improve reading fluency. Because pets accept people without conditions, the human-animal bond creates a relationship free of the stress of judgments and expectations. Children must be accompanied by parent, grandparent, or adult guardian.
For more information, call the library at 769-3060, ext. #1 or visit 3214 Pascagoula Street near downtown.

Pascagoula Library to host Heart Smart program

The Pascagoula Public Library will host a free program Heart Smart/CPR demonstration on Tuesday, February 15, at 6 p.m., in the meeting room.
Are you heart smart? Learn strategies to take care of your heart, learn the difference between heart attack and cardiac arrest, learn to care for a cardiac emergencies, and see a CPR demonstration. This is not a certification class.
Call 228-769-3060 or stop by the library to reserve a seat. For more information, visit the library at 3214 Pascagoula Street near downtown.

 

SINGING RIVER GENEALOGY

 

ST. MARTIN LIBRARY

LIBRARY IS CLOSED UNTIL FEBRUARY 1, 2022

 

VANCLEAVE LIBRARY

Vancleave Library Friends host Donation Drive for Anima Shelter


The Friends of the Vancleave Public Library will host a donation drive for the Jackson County Animal Shelter with “A Casue for Paws” during the months of February and March.
The Friends of the Library group is partnering with the Jackson County Humane Society to collect pet supplies from our community. These items include; bagged or canned unopened and unexpired food, blankets, towels, treats, litter and litter boxes and urine pads. For each donation you can enter to win one of 5 vouchers for 50% OFF the cost of an adoption. The usual cost of an adoption is $65.00 per animal which includes: spay or neuter, worming, first shots and micro-chipping. Thank you in advance to all our patrons for giving so generously to this worthwhile cause.
For more information, visit the library at 12604 Highway 57, near the schools.

Vancleave Library Friends host Monthly Book Sale

The Vancleave Public Library will host the Friends of the Library monthly Book Sale held on the fourth Saturday of each month beginning February 26. The sale will start at 10 a.m. and end at 2 p.m. in the meeting room.
Join the Friends of the Library for a special sale and get great deals on books and other materials at the sale. Support the Friends of the Vancleave Public Library and the library. Memberships are available for just $10 per family.
For more information, call 826-5857 or visit the library at 12604 Highway 57.

Vancleave Library offers Domino Day each month

The Vancleave Public Library will offer Domino Day onthe 3rd Thursday each month at 1 p.m., in the meeting room.
Patrons are invited to learn and play an enjoyable game of dominoes. No experience is necessary. The game of dominoes has existed for hundreds of years dating back to 13th century China. Most have played the game of dominoes before - along with Tic Tac Toe. If not, patrons are in for a treat.
This free event is ntended for adults age 17 and up. Light refreshments will be served.
The library is located at 12604 Highway 57 in Vancleave. For more information, call 228-826-5857 or visit the library at 12604 Highway 57 in Vancleave.

Vancleave Library offers Tuesday Book Club

There is a new book club at the Vancleave Public Library on the first Tuesday of each month. The Book Club will start at 2 p.m.
Meet up to discuss a chosen book from the group every 1st Monday of the month. Books are provided by the library system - no purchase required. Join in fun and lively discussions about really good books. This club is intended for adults age 17 and up. Light refreshments will be provided.
For more information, call the library at 228-826-5857.

Vancleave Library offers Mardi Gras Mask Craft event

The Vanlceave Library will offer a special event Mardi Gras Mask Crafts for families on Thursday, February 24, from 2:30 to 4 p.m.. in the meeting room.
The public is invited to a Mardi Gras Craft event with Tammy Rice. Adults and children can make a creative Mardi Gras mask and let the good times role. Registration is required. All supplies will be provided.
Call 228-826-5857 for more information or visit the library at 12604 Highway 57, near the schools.

Vancleave Library offers Bigfoot, Be My Valentine event for youth


The Vanlceave Library will offer a special event for youth at Bigfoot, Be My Valentine on Monday, February 14, at 5 p.m.. in the meeting room.
Join Connie Rainey from the Shadowz, the Mississippi Gulf Coast’s ghost hunting group, for this family-friendly program on Bigfoot, open to all ages and all patrons! Learn about different sightings, laws about Bigfoot, and what folklore says about him. Join us this Valentine’s Day for a “legendary” date. Call 228-826-5857 for more information or visit the library at 12604 Highway 57, near the schools.

Vancleave Library offers Sewing Classes twice a month

The Vancleave Public Library will offer free Sewing Class twice monthly every month, except for holidays. Beginning Class will be held on the third Tuesday each month.
An Intermediate Class will be held on the Fourth Tuesday of the month. Both classes start at 3:30 p.m.
Library manager Lauria Barton, along with occasional guest instructors, will facilitate classes. These classes are for those who always wanted to know how to sew, but have not had the opportunity. A sewing machine is not required but is helpful. Those attending may bring basic supplies which will be discussed during classes.
Third Tuesday Class is for those who have little to no sewing experience. We will learn the basic tools, basic hand stitches, and how to operate a sewing machine. We will cover the beginning of the pattern layout by making a simple pair of pajamas. (Limited to 10 people)
Fourth Tuesday is for Intermediate students - for those who can operate a sewing machine and need to update their skills on pattern layout and adjustments. We will also cover topics such as sewing for the home, children, and accessory items. (Limited to 10 people).
The library is located at 12604 Highway 57 in Vancleave. For more information, call 228-826-5857 or visit the library at 12604 Highway 57 in Vancleave. For more information about libraries, visit the library website at www.JGRLS.org.

Vancleave Library offers Teen Crochet classes - 3rd Saturdays

The Vancleave Public Library will host Vancleave Chrochet Classes beginning January 15, from 10 a.m. to noon, in the library meeting room. Classes will be held every 3rd Saturday each month.
Learn with others for a family-friendly beginner crochet class. Teens are encouraged to attend, but all ages are welcome. Learn to crochet and spin some great yarns in this delightful class taught by Mrs. Theresa Busby. You may bring your own supplies; a selection of yarn and crochet hooks.
For more information and to register, call the library at 228-826-5857 or visit 12604 Highway 57.

Vancleave Library offers Night in Yemen for youth

Area youth are invited to the Vanlceave Library for A Night in the Country of Yemen on Monday, February 7, at 5 p.m.. in the meeting room. Hear from Ms. Courtney about this fascinating country and have fun at this free event for students. See what it’s like at a night Yemen on the continent of Africa. Enjoy a native recipes with a tutorial and tasting, as well as an overview describing the beauty of Yemen. This program is suggested for ages 12 and up. Visit the library or call 228-826-5857. For more information, visit the library at 12604 Highway 57, near the schools.

Vancleave Library offers Benefits of Crystals for teens

Join Traicy Michaels from the Cauldron, in D’Iberville, on January 19, at 5 p.m., in the meeting room. Anyone interested will learn about crystals in this informative class on the history and benefits of these fascinating minerals. This is open to all ages and all patrons! Learn about the different types of crystals, their ancient purposes, and what folklore says about each type.
Registration is suggested as seating is limited - call 228-826-5857.

Vancleave Library offers Salsa Tasting and Making event


The Vancleave Public Library will host Corn Salsa Tasting: Learn to make Salsa on Thursday, February 3, beginning at 3:45 p.m., in the meeting room.
Join us for a program open to all ages, to learn how to make corn salsa! Bring your family and friends to this tasting where you’ll enjoy free food, recipes, and more! Ms. Naron, from our MSU Extension office, will show how to make healthy and delicious snacks.
The library is located at 12604 Highway 57 in Vancleave. For more information, call 228-826-5857 or visit the library at 12604 Highway 57 in Vancleave.

Vancleave Library offers Infinity Scarf craft class


The Vancleave Public Library will offer Make your own Infinity Scarf class on Tuesday, February 8, at 5 p.m., in the meeting room.
The public is invited for a fun evening of crafting and go home with the skills to create your very own “chunky” knit scarf or blanket. Adults and children 10 or older may join us in the meeting room to learn how to hand knit without needles. Make an “Infinity Scarf”. Participants must bring one “Chunky” yarn skein (found for about $7 at local stores).
Registration is suggested as seating is limited - call 228-826-5857. For more information, visit the library at 12604 Highway 57, near the schools

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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