The Zumbrota Reads program continues with more showings of the documentary Mark Twain by Ken Burns and book discussions of The Adventures of Tom Sawyer. Join us for some or all of these upcoming events:
Part 2- 7pm, 3/14 & 3/16; Part 3- 7pm, 3/21 & 3/23; Part 4- 7pm, 3/28 & 3/30
7pm, Thursday, March 24 & 7pm, Thursday, March 31
10am, Saturday, March 12
Step back in time with us to the 1800s! Learn about the crafts and skills commonly practiced during the era and witness them in action. You’ll even get to try your hand at a few! This is an all-ages event and will include some kid-friendly activities.
Join us at the State Theatre for a evening with one of America’s most iconic historical figures. Michael Bateson of the Ole & Lena Theater Company performs the role of Mark Twain, bringing both skillful acting and well-versed scholarship to the stage. Come see the author, public figure, world traveler, and river boatman brought to life. There is no charge to attend this event.
10am, Saturday, February 13
Join us for this month’s Super Saturday: Creative Constructions! Bring your creativity and discover what you can build with a fun variety of materials.
Stop by the library to see our latest featured display of watercolor paintings! The paintings were done by members of the group Z-Watercolorists. All of the paintings are centered around the theme of people reading. Z-Watercolorists is an an open group of hobby painters that meets every Thursday at 10am in the lower level of Artify. There are no fees to join the group. For more information, contact Linda Smith at firstname.lastname@example.org.