Mystery Book Club: The Monogram Murders — Tuesday, November 19th at 7 PM
All are welcome to join us for a discussion of The Monogram Murders by Sophie Hannah.
Story Hour — Wednesday, November 6th, 13th, and 20th at 10:30 AM
Drop in for stories, songs, projects and a nutritious snack!
We will have a special guest on November 20: Diana Dunn, author of Pipsqueak’s Adventure. Diana will share the true story of Pipsqueak!
Tai Chi – Basic – Standing
During 16 class sessions over 8 weeks you will learn the basic forms of Sun Style Tai Chi. The benefits of this Fall Prevention program include increased balance & agility, upper and lower body strength, mindfulness of our body movements in time and space, and learning stress relief techniques. Age Well offers this FREE program for adults 50+. Donations are always appreciated and accepted.
Tuesday & Thursday from 9 – 9:50 AM
Classes begin Tuesday October 1st. Registration is closed after October 10th. Call the library to register – (802) 899-4962
Seated Tai Chi
During 16 class sessions over 8 weeks you will learn the form of Sun Style Tai Chi in its seated version. This Fall Prevention joint safe activity over time can help reduce symptoms for people with Parkinson’s, fibromyalgia, diabetes, lower back pain, arthritis and depression while you are seated in a chair. Centers for Disease Control and Injury Prevention (CDC) report this program reduces falls by 55% and recurrent falls by 70%. Age Well offers this FREE program for adults 50+. Donations are always appreciated and accepted.
Tuesday & Thursday from 10:00 – 10:55 AM
Classes begin Tuesday October 1st.
Call the library to register – (802) 899-4962
Fall-Themed Wreaths Drop-In Craft! — Thursday, November 21st from 2:45 to 4:30 PM
I have a Weeping Willow that is in DIRE need of a trim (I have been mowing willow branches all summer). The thought of hauling around willow branches led to an awesome Drop-In Craft idea for you all: Let’s weave the branches into wreaths! We will have pinecones, cinnamon, glitter, dried fruit and more for you to add to your wreath.
Knitting with Neighbors — Thursday, November 7th and 21st at 6 PM
New to knitting and looking for support to get past the first row or remember how to cast on? This is the group for you. Experienced knitter just looking for inspiration to try something new or share your knitting wisdom? This is the group for you. Not new to knitting, but new to Jericho or Underhill? You will find some friendly faces here. If you would like help picking a first time project, please feel free to contact Julie Hehir at [email protected].
The Board of Trustees will meet on Thursday, November 21st at 7 PM. This meeting is the Jericho-Underhill Library District Budget hearing to discuss the proposed Fiscal Year 2020/21 Budget. Your input is very important, so please attend. A copy of the budget that we will be discussing is available at the library and on our webpage, www.drml.org
Story Hour with Beth and David London — Friday, November 1st, 8th, 15th, and 22nd at 10:30 AM
Beth and David London, formerly of Poker Hill School will be at DRML to share songs and stories with young children and their families. Snack will follow!
Movie and Popcorn Afternoon! — Friday, November 22nd at 3:30 PM
Join us for How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World! Hiccup and Toothless discover a secret dragon utopia and quickly realize they weren’t the only discoverers. In this final story of the “How to Train Your Dragon” movie trilogy, the heroes work together with their friends to protect this special place. We will provide popcorn and lemonade just after the movie starts.
(Rated PG with a runtime of 1 hour and 45 minutes.)
Trivia Quest — Saturday, November 23rd at 7 PM
Do you pine for pub quizzes, trounce at Trivial Pursuit, and jump to answer Jeopardy? If so, join us for Trivia Quest, our monthly contest of not-so-general knowledge.
Jazz Sunday: Linus Wyrsch NYC Trio — Sunday, November 24th at 2 PM
GRAMMY Award® winning clarinetist and tenor saxophonist Linus Wyrsch (originally from Switzerland) has been based in New York City for well over a decade, where he has become one of the most sought-after instrumentalists.
His group features the award-winning composer and vocalist Gizem Gokoglu, who regularly impresses audiences with her seemingly impossible vocal lines and dreamy timbre. World-class accordionist Dallas Vietty completes the group and excites with his boundless creativity and infectious joy. Highly respected among their peers, they have both become regulars on the jazz circuit.