Does your teen love to get creative? The Moore Public Library is the place to be for art lovers with its Teens! Afternoon of Art! This event will take place at 3 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 18, in Room B of the library.
Teens in grades 6th through 12th are invited to choose their own art medium, from ink to paint to markers, using supplies that will be provided by the library. From drawing, to painting, to collage making, the possibilities are endless!
Everything is offered free of charge but space is limited, so registration is required to attend the program.
If you are someone who fears for their financial protection, then you do not want to miss the upcoming program at the Moore Public Library. Identifying and Preventing Elder Financial Abuse will take place at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 17, in Room A of the library.
Terri Talley of Allegiance Credit Union will share her expertise on identifying and preventing elder financial abuse and cover the following:
What is elder financial abuse?
Why elders are victims
Typical exploitation scenarios
How to protect against identity theft
The program is for ages 18 and up, and registration is required.
Are you feeling stressed and want to do something that'll hep you relax? Well, The Moore Public Library is getting into the new trend of adult coloring books, with the next edition of its new Adult Coloring class at 2 p.m. Monday, Feb. 15, in Room A of the library.
While many parents do have children that like to color, this series is for ages 18 and up only. The library will provide coloring sheets, crayons and colored pencils, although participants may bring their own supplies if they wish!
The goal of the class is relaxation and boosting brain activity and creativity. Did you know that coloring is beneficial for adults? It can boost wellness, quietness and stimulate brain areas that are related to motor skills like senses and creativity.
Registration is required to attend. Let's get together and color!
Guess what? There is a special guest coming to the library! It’s party time at the Moore Public Library, and children have a chance to spend a day out of school by celebrating with one of their favorite book characters. Pete the Cat's Groovy Party will be at the library at 2 p.m. Monday, Feb. 15.
All ages are invited to attend, and registration is not required. Don't miss out on having a groovy time with Pete the Cat with many fun activites to do!
Have you ever heard of making a quilt out of t-shirt? Well, the library has and it's calling you to come join them in this event! The Moore Public Library is giving old or outdated shirts a new life in its program, Make a T-Shirt Quilt, a two-day workshop from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Wednesday, Feb 10 and 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 11, in Rooms A and B of the library.
The program is for ages 18 and up and will be presented by representatives from the Cleveland County OSU Extension Service. Participants will be taken step by step through the process of putting together a quilt that will be unique for each person and use shirts they might otherwise just eventually not need.
Participants will need to bring several materials for the project, including:
- 12 prewashed t-shirts
- 2 ¼” yards of unwashed 100% cotton fabric for sashing.
- 3 yards of 100 percent cotton fabric for backing
- 6 yards medium weight fusible interfacing
- Twin size of low loft batting
- Matching thread
- 12 ½” x 12 ½” square ruler (15 ½” x 15 ½” for larger sizes like 2XL or larger)
- Rotary cutter, rotary mat board, scissors, straight pins and a pin cushion
Registration is required to attend. Come and join on this relaxing fun!