Over the next couple of weeks we are making a switch to a new calendar & room booking system.
We greatly appreciate your patience as we make this transition. If you experience difficulties accessing our calendar or requesting a meeting room please contact your local library for assistance.
The Noble Public Library is giving students a lift with their studies in its Tuesday Tutors program. The weekly sessions take place from 3:15 to 4:15 p.m. on Tuesdays through Tuesday, May 9, in the Ina Byerly Activity Room.
Community volunteers will be at the library to help students during the weekly event. Students are asked to bring their work with them. The tutoring is for elementary school-age children.
Registration is not required.
If you were diagnosed with a serious life-limiting illness, what would be the things that would matter most to you and who would you want to know?
Each library will host a screening for the FRONTLINE film "Being Mortal," followed by a panel discussion. The 60-minute film was produced by the WGBH Educational Foundation in Boston. The Noble Public Library's presentation will be at 5:30 p.m. Thursday, March 23. Scholar Cynthia Thomas will lead the post-film discussion.
Being Mortal was the 2015 Indies Choice Book Award winner in the Adult Non-Fiction category. The author also is the recipient of the Lewis Thomas Prize for Writing about Science and two national magazine awards.
Sponsors for this year's PLS Big Read are the Pioneer Library System Foundation and the Anne and Henry Zarrow Foundation.
The Noble Public Library is giving a creative outlet at its Studio 204: Create and Make sessions, offered at 4 p.m. on March 13 and 27.
The first program will be an art project, and all supplies will be provided by the library. The second event is a Maker Meet-Up, with participants encouraged to bring a project to work on or learn the basics of knitting.
Registration is not required in advance to attend either event, and all ages are invited.
The Noble Public Library invites families with preschool children to the library every day, but particularly to visit on Tuesday mornings for its "Tadpole Tuesdays" program series.
Starting at 10:30 a.m. on Tuesdays the library is open, events are tailored to ages 2 to 5 and include different themes focusing on early literacy skills each week.
In March, program dates and themes are:
March 7 – Preschool Story Time
March 14 – Make and Take
March 21 – Learning by Leaps
March 28 – Magic of Music
Registration is not required in advance to attend.