Meet historian, author, and mystery writer, Mary Miley Theobald, and learn “Why the Roaring Twenties is the Most Fascinating Decade in American History”. Mary will talk about little-known facts about Prohibition, why the 1920s and not the 1960s marks the real start of women’s liberation, and why it is the perfect decade in which to set a mystery.
In her recent book, The Impersonator, a struggling young vaudeville performer who is persuaded to impersonate a missing heiress gets caught up in a scam that thrusts her deep into the Roaring Twenties’ world of gangsters, bootleggers, and murder.
A book signing will follow the discussion.
Thursday, May 15 , 7pm
There are two chances this month to improve your culinary repertoire!
On Wednesday, May 14, cookbook author, cooking show host and culinary instructor Kendra Bailey Morris will be demonstrating recipes from her book The Southern Slow Cooker.
Space is limited so register now.
Then on Thursday, May 22, Jessica Schaudt will talk about eating and cooking vegan. This cookbook author and blogger (www.thefamilyvegan.com) will demonstrate recipes from her cookbook, Spring Vegan.
Space is limited for this too, so register now.
Too many apps not enough time?
If you‘re looking for some helpful free apps for your mobile devices but haven’t had time to try them out or are unsure about which ones to try, join us for Appy Hour next Monday at the North Park Library!
We’ll share some helpful apps that we’ve used and you can share any apps that you’ve used and think others might want to know about.
Monday, April 28 at 7pm
North Park Library
What is Pinterest and why it is so addictive? Sign up for a hands-on workshop this Thursday at the Tuckahoe Library to get the scoop.
Space is limited so reserve your spot before it’s full.
Thursday, April 24 at 6:30pm
Do you have some old electronics taking up space in your house? Would you like to get rid of them but aren’t sure the best way to do it? Bring them to the Twin Hickory Library this Saturday, April 26 from 10am – 1pm!
Staff from Henrico County Solid Waste Division and the Central Virginia Waste Management Authority will be accepting your old electronics.
What can you recycle?
- Computer systems (hard drive, CPU, monitor)
- Computer accessories (cables, wires, keyboards, mice, speakers, etc.)
- Printers, scanners & copiers
- Fax machines
- VCRs & camcorders
- Televisions ($7 fee)
There are a few things they can’t recycle.
- Air conditioners
- Compact Fluorescent Light Bulbs
We hope you will take advantage of this great opportunity to safely dispose of your old electronics.
Spring break is next week!
If you are looking for something fun to do with the kids look no further.
We’ve got programs all over the county for your spring breaker.
Monday, April 14
LEGO/Block Build – 2pm, Fairfield
Krafty Kids – 3:30pm, Glen Allen
Bug Mania – 7pm, Twin Hickory
Week Long Teen Money Camp (Registration Required) – 1pm, Tuckahoe
Tuesday, April 15
Movie – 2pm, Fairfield
Craft Extravaganza and Take-away – 3:30pm, Varina
Wednesday, April 16
Games – 2pm, Fairfield
Tween Book Bingo – 2pm, Dumbarton
Craft Extravaganza and Take-away – 3:30, Varina
Movie Night – 6:30pm, Tuckahoe
Thursday, April 17
Crafts – 2pm, Fairfield
Me & My BFF: Creating Mixed-Media Artwork – 7pm, Varina
Saturday, April 19
SAT Practice Test (Registration Required) – 10am, Twin Hickory
Earth Day Bingo – 10am, Dumbarton
Tween Craft Club – 2pm, North Park
In recognition of the 400th anniversary of the marriage of Pocahontas and John Rolfe, David A. Price, author of the New York Times Notable Book Love and Hate in Jamestown, offers his perspective on this noteworthy event and its significance in American history.
Sponsored by Friends of the Tuckahoe Area Library.
When: Wednesday, March 26 @ 7pm
Where: Tuckahoe Area Library