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PAWS-i-tive Reading: Shiraz, the trained dog is back: Each Monday, 3-5 PM. Be sure to have your animal-loving children sign up.
Adult Coloring: Each Thursday, 1:00 PM.
Card-Making Classclass is held on the 3rd Tuesday of each month @ 1:00 pm. The finished products are works of art and are sure to be heirlooms.
Adult Game Night: Held every first Monday from 6-9 pm.
Pokemon Club: Meets every second Saturday from 10:00-12:00 noon.
Lunch-n-Learn: September 26 @ 12 noon, Troy Luepke from Texas A & M Agri-Life will discuss Fall Gardening. Get ready for your second crop.
Mondays: Shiraz (see above)
Tuesdays: Northside Knitters bring their own handwork and enjoy each other's company while they work @ 10:00 am.
Storytime happens every Friday at 10:30 am. Children will enjoy the stories, songs, games and crafts.
Stay and Play follows Storytime. The children can play and explore while the parents and grandparents can socialize.
Tuesday, October 2: The Friends of Garden Ridge Library Invite You to National Night Out. Find out more about this great organization while you are there. Free books and goodies.
First Friday Family Night will actually be Second Friday Family Night for October only, 6:00-8:00 pm. (October 12). This will be a Family Costume Party, so get creative! Hot dogs, chips and drinks will be furnished by Ninja Team at Keller Williams Heritage Realty. We strongly urge all families to attend National Night Out during the first week.
October 9 and each Tuesday: Ozobots, ages 8 and up. 3:30-4:30 and 5:30-6:30 pm. MUST REGISTER. The Ozobot is a little robot (voted best robot toy of 2018) that blends the digital and physical worlds and teaches kiddos programming. The Ozobot can identify lines, colors and codes on both digital surfaces such as tablets and on physical surfaces such as paper.
October 10 and each Wednesday: Lego Robotics, 3:30-4:30 will continue to be a popular class for children ages 6 and up. MUST REGISTER as spaces are limited.
October 10 @ 12 noon, Kim Meyers will present a fascinating talk on her recent trip to Uganda.
October 24 @ 12 noon, Troy Luepke, "Rain Water Harvesting." This will be a discussion on rainwater harvesting and how to effectively use the water we have, keep the water that falls and how to use that water for the wildlife you have.
First Friday Family Night, November 2, 6:00-8:00 pm. The theme will be DI-NO-VEMBER. As you might surmise the theme is dinosaurs. The Heritage Museum of the Texas Hill Country, located at Canyon Lake, will do a presentation on dinosaurs.
VETERANS DAY CELEBRATION
November 9, @ 10:30 am in City Council Chambers