Winter Read Challenge: The library is happy to announce the Winter Read Challenge for children, teens, and adults! Pick up a Winter Read Bookmark at the library, or download and print it from our website. Then complete five or more challenges during the months of January through March to receive a prize. At this time, you may also enter a drawing to win a larger prize!
3D Printer will be back at the Bluffton Public Library in March! The 3D printer is provided through the Northwest Regional Library System (NORWELD. Suggested donations are 50-cents per hour of requested print to help cover the cost of the filament.
Words & Wine Book Discussion (R) will meet Thurs., March 7 @ 6:30 p.m. at 1861 Wine Lounge to discuss Berry Pickers by Amanda Peterswhile enjoying a glass of wine. There is limited seating and the book discussion is open to Adults 21+. Refreshments are available for purchase. REGISTRATION IS FULL. Keep your eyes open for the next Words & Wine Book Discussion.
Learn about Cubing with Braden Richards: (R) Mon., March 11 @ 6:00 p.m. Join Findlay native Braden Richards as he talks about cubing, his career in the WCA and clues to help you become a better cuber. This is a family-friendly program intended for ages 8+. Please register by March 9.
The next Mobile Health Clinicwill be on Wed., March 13 from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. All services are provided by individuals with the Ohio Northern University Healthwise program. This clinic includes free screenings for blood pressure, blood sugar, and cholesterol (please fast for 12 hours to participate in cholesterol or blood sugar screening) and osteoporosis.
Watercolor Workshop: House Wren (R)($) will be held Thurs., March 21 from 5:30 p.m. to 7:15 p.m. Local artist Jeanne Beutler will teach on the lower level of the library. There is a $10 supply fee at the door (cash only please), and advance registration is required as space is limited. Open to adults and teens, and children with an accompanying adult.
American Eclipse Book Discussion with Bob Antibus (R) will be held Tue., Mar. 26 @ 6:00 p.m. The book that will be discussed is American Eclipse by David Baron. Stop by the library front desk to register and to check out a copy of the book. Space is limited and limited copies of the book are available.
Chill Zone on Monday afternoons after school at 3:30 p.m. Chill Zone is a safe space for tweens and teens to hang out at the library. Anyone in grades 6-12 is welcome to join. Activities include gaming, socializing, themed events, and crafting. Snacks are provided.
Hummin' & Strummin' Song Circle will meet at 5:30 p.m. on the second and fourth Mondays of January and February. This is a relaxed, song-circle style music session and anyone is welcome to join or listen in. Bring your instrument, voice, or listening ears! (Schedule is planned to go back to every Monday evening later in the year.)