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Library - Adult Event Calendar

  1. Faribault Ukulele Network (F.U.N.) Jam Sessions

    July 25, 2019, 6:00 PM - 7:15 PM @ Buckham Memorial Library

    F.U.N. jam sessions are for ukulele players 16 and older. Participants must bring a ukulele, a tuner, and music stand and must know how to play at least 5 ukulele chords to attend these jam sessions. An option for less experienced players is the Library's Open Uke Hours where ukuleles and instruction for all ages is available. Please see other event announcements for this program: Uke Can Make Music.

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Library - Children Event Calendar

  1. Summer Storytime

    July 25, 2019, 10:30 AM - 11:00 AM

    STORYTIME Tuesdays at 6:30pm, Wednesdays and Thursdays at 10:30am Join us at the library for stories, songs, and fun! Storytime is intended for ages 0-6 with an actively participating adult caregiver. Storytime encourages language development, teaches early literacy skills, and fosters a love of books and a lifetime of learning. No registration is required. Siblings and guests are always welcome. Storytime begins on June 4 and continues through August 8. (Please note: there is no storytime on August 6.) Storytime will resume with the fall session on September 10.

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  2. Book Buds

    July 25, 2019, 4:30 PM - 5:00 PM @ Youth Activity Area

    Book Buds is an informal reading buddies program for youth that pairs younger kids (elementary grades) with older kids (middle & high school grades) for one-on-one reading. Younger kids can read to or be read to by older kids or the pair can take turns sharing a book together. This program is meant to be a fun, no pressure way for youth to build a passion for reading for the fun of it.

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