De-stress with homemade bath products

book jacket for EcobeautyNeed to relax this summer? Come take a look into making your own bath items as part of the program “De-Stress with the Science of Herbs and Oils,” coming to the Tecumseh Public Library at 6 p.m. Thursday, June 11.

The Oklahoma Museum Network will bring all the supplies needed and teach you to make cocoa butter, salt and sugar scrubs, and bath balms from natural materials. You can even customize the scent with herbs and essential oils.

Register to make sure you get to enjoy this program and make some natural bath products for yourself or as a gift.  

If your are unable to attend or would like to learn more, check out one of the natural beauty product books available at the library

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Monty Harper hangs with heroes

Hey Heroes! Monty Harper is coming to the Tecumseh Public Library at 2 p.m. Thursday, June 11 to present Hanging out with Heroes. We need you, heroes, to come join us!

Bring your hero capes and prepare to sing and dance to all the SUPER songs.

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Turn a feed sack into a new tote

Purina Chowder feed sackRecycle, Reduce, Reuse

Come to the Tecumseh Public Library at 6 p.m. on Tuesday June 9 to give a feed sack an new life as a tote bag.

Adults ages 18 an up will learn how to re-purpose a feed sack bag into a new and durable bag to tote books, groceries, toys, or more. All materials are provided but limited in amount, so registration in advance is required.

For more ideas on how to repurose items into new uses, checkout some of the repurpose titles available at the library.

Go inside comics with “The Making of Heroes”

bookjacket for How to Draw Comic Heroes by Aaron Sautter

“Sometimes superheroes are born, sometimes they are made. Sometimes they make themselves. Sometimes all it takes is will.” ― Anne Ursu

Do you have an idea for a superhero, or a whole team of superheroes, just waiting to be put on paper?

Learn the basics of comic book creation and begin making your creative ideas come to life as part of “The Making of Heroes” at 2 p.m. Tuesday, June 9, at the Tecumseh Public Library.

Jeff Provine, Oklahoma adjunct professor, says “We will look at things like political cartoons and comic strips and then build it all up to comic books. We will kind of run through things, talk about characters and plots, protagonists, setting, how it’s all laid out and then get down to the barebones mechanics.”

Members of the Oklahoma Comic Creators will also be present to assist with the drawing side of comic book creation.

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Magic, mind bending and more with Doc Rogers

book jacket for Eric! ...the hero by Christopher Wormell“Doc Rogers the Mind Bender,” portrayed by magician Doug Anderson, will perform his show “Every Hero Has a Story – Magic and Fun Show” at the Tecumseh Public Library at 2 p.m. Thursday, June 4No registration is required.

In keeping with this year’s theme, the show is filled with a variety of super-heroic magical feats and stories highlighting a range of fictional and real-life heroes in the Rocket Patrol.

Interested in more heros and magic? Checkout some of the books about heros and/or books about magic tricks for children available at the library.

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