Please join Jerry Wallulis for a discussion of philosophical topics exploring the life and teachings of Socrates. The historical / Fictional Socrates: Educator, Critic, Gadfly, PhilosopherApril 25th: Meno by PlatoMay 9th: Euthyphro by Plato; The Clouds by AristophanesMay 30th: The Apology by Plato; The Apology by XenophonJune 20th: Crito and Phaedo by PlatoFor more information or for a copy of the readings please call 929-3469 or email email@example.com
Simple art fun for the very young. Come for a short storytime in our story nook and then head to the maker lab for a fun project. Dress for a mess! A second session of the same craft will be held at 10:45.
Looking for something to do with other homeschoolers? Our STEAM Corner is open every Wednesday, March 22 through May 31 for homeschool family-led activities of all ages. Drop by to see what we're doing!
SNAP TO A HEALTHIER YOU WITH NUTRITION EDUCATION! Join us with a registered dietitian from DHEC as he teaches you about: *My Plate *Label Reading*Whole Grains*Decreasing Sodium*Eating on a budget and Meal Planning*Portion Sizes*Diabetes*And Many More!
Health and Wellness
Programs for School Age Children, Programs for Families
Come learn how you can begin your journey into amateur astronomy. What equipment do you need? How do you find your way around the sky? Let’s learn the basics together! After the presentation, if the skies are clear, we will have a short observation session.
Learn basic skills for creating a presentation using Microsoft PowerPoint (2013). Learn to create new slides, edit text and insert images.Prerequisite: Microsoft Word (2013) class or solid Word experience.
Sandhills is rolling out the red carpet for the Summer Learning Challenge! Get signed up, make some cool crafts, and meet the artist in residence, Kirkland Smith. Drop in anytime between 10 am and 4 pm! Special storytimes will be at 10 and 2.
Summer Learning Challenge
Children All Ages, Programs for School Age Children, Programs for Families
This sewing course is for adult beginners who want to learn the very basics about operation, terminology and techniques. The class will include threading the machine and bobbin and learning how to use and adjust stitch settings. You will also make a fun and simple project to practice your new skills! *All materials included
Meets the first Monday of each month. Please note that the Cooper Book Group has moved to Richland Library Southeast while Cooper undergoes renovations. Please register. February 6 - "The Woman in the Photo" by Mary HoganMarch 6 - "The Wright Brothers" by David McCulloughApril 3 - TBAMay 1 - "A Spy Among Friends" by Ben MacIntyreJune 5 - "My Brilliant Friend" by Elena Ferrante