Upcoming events at the Elizabeth Taber Library

New Banned Book Club, first meeting Tuesday March 21 at 6:30 pm. Learn about the history of attempts at banning books in American and international libraries and discuss books that have made the American Library Association’s Banned Book List. This month we will be discussing Kurt Vonnegut’s Slaughterhouse Five. Pick up copies at the library throughout the month of March.

            The 2nd Annual Lizzy T Trivia Night Fundraiser, Friday, March 24 at 7 pm. Gather a team of 5-6 members and compete in a battle of wits to benefit the library. Topics include local history, sports, pop culture and more. Find registration forms at the library or on our website. Event will be held at the Marion Music Hall, refreshments including beer and wine will be available. $200 team entry fee.

            Tables of Content Fundraising event, May 7 & 19 at 6 pm. A fundraising event that pairs a delicious dinner in a Marion neighbor’s home with a lively book discussion. Find registration forms, including available titles at the library or on our website. Tickets are $75 per person Thank you to our sponsor Michelle Humphrey with Coldwell-Banker Real Estate.

            Puzzle Swap March 16 at 6-8 pm. Exchange your gently used puzzle for a new challenge. Puzzles will be available to swap or purchase, please only supply puzzles that are in good condition with all pieces included. Puzzle donations welcome.

            Build a Leprechaun Trap, March 16 at 3-4 pm. Use recycled materials to build a leprechaun trap just in time for Saint Patrick’s Day. Donations of clean recycled materials welcome.

            Grow your first plant program March 29 at 4 pm. Celebrate the reopening of our seed library by decorating a flower pot with a funny face and planting your own quick growing plant.

            Eat Your Weeds with Liz Barbour, April 11 at 6:30 pm. Join cookbook author Liz Barbour to learn about Backyard Foraging – Discovering delicious ingredients in your garden that you didn’t know about. Call to register for this free program at the Elizabeth Taber Library.

            Our seed library is now open. Check out fruit, vegetable, herb and flower seeds with your library card. Share seeds with the library and help grow community gardens.

            Join us for story times every Wednesday (baby lap sit) and Friday (all ages) from 10:30-11:30.

            For more information on the Elizabeth Taber Library, visit us at www.ElizabethTaberLibrary.org or call us at 508-748-1252

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