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3D Printer Demonstration
November 15th – November 26th
You’ve probably heard about 3D printers & the amazing things that can be created with them. They can “print” in plastic, metal, nylon, or other materials. They can be used for making nonsensical little models like chess pieces, or to print manufacturing prototypes, end user products, aircraft engine parts & even human organs using a person’s own cells. Stop by the Library for a live demonstration!

2013 1st Place Winner

Sagtikos Manor Historical Society’s
4th Annual Gingerbread Competition
Saturday, November 29th from 11:00am – 4:00pm
Design, bake & decorate your own gingerbread creation. Then bring it to the Library for judging & display. Prizes will be awarded for 1st – 3rd places. Gingerbread projects will be displayed at the Library until 12/11 & during the Sagtikos Christmas tours from 12/13 – 12/14. Entry is free. Click here or visit the Library for the rules & registration forms.

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Make-Your-Own Storytime DVD
Monday, December 1st from 10:30am – 8:10pm
Registration begins of Wednesday, November 5th.
Bring or borrow your favorite holiday story book and make a wonderful holiday gift for family or friends! Each session will last 20 minutes & the Library will supply the DVDs. Please note that there is a limit of 3 DVD copies per recording.

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Holiday Shopping Online     
Wednesday, December 3rd at 2:00pm
Shopping online saves time and money – and it’s fun. In addition to the convenience and unlimited selection of shopping online, you’ll learn how to compare prices and save money. So please join us to see all of the advantages of doing your holiday shopping online.

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The Art of Fooling      
Thursday, December 4th at 7:009pm
Join magician, author and educator Allan Kronzek for an entertaining evening of mystery, history and trickery devoted to conjuring! Why were medieval magicians feared as sorcerers? Which book was first to explain magic tricks?  Experience magic as it was performed in the markets of ancient Greece and Rome, at an 18th century English faire, and on the modern stage!