This month we are reading "Ready Player One" by Ernest Cline.
Events & Classes
Program sites are accessible. With at least two weeks' notice, accommodations will be made for persons with disabilities. Call 314-994-3300 or contact us.
By registering and participating in the Library’s virtual program, you understand that the video and audio content is streamed to other participants if your microphone or video camera are on. Anyone under the age of 18 must have a parent or guardian’s permission to participate and anyone age 9 or younger must have direct adult supervision for the duration of the program.
Practice yoga stretches to relieve stress, increase strength and improve flexibility. Beginners welcome. Please dress comfortably and bring your own mat or towel. Adults. Registration required.
Become more familiar with the Internet, navigating websites and Google search, storing bookmarks and printing.
Registration required. Prerequisites: Intro to Computers II or equivalent experience.
St. Louis MetroMarket will visit offering fresh, affordable produce, along with recipe ideas and meal planning assistance. EBT will be accepted.
This month we are reading “Death on the Nile" by Agatha Christie. Copies available on the library catalog by request and digital copies are on Hoopla and Libby. Adults. Registration required. Meeting Room 1.
Enjoy a creative and relaxing hour of coloring and drawing. Supplies and coloring sheets provided. Adults and Teens. Registration Required.
This month we are reading The Space Between Worlds by Micaiah Johnson. Registration required to receive access to this Zoom event. Adults
Presented by EVOLVE
Many neighborhoods in our region are without easy access to fresh food. Learn how you can help address food inequities with free resources like the Food Audit Toolkit.
Adults. Registration required. Participants will receive Zoom information via email immediately after registering. A recording of this virtual program will be posted to YouTube within three business days.
Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) culture is often reflected through food. First generation AAPI's learn about their roots and connect to their diverse communities through the dishes prepared for family and friends. We will be reading "Crying in H Mart" by Michelle Zauner, a first generation Korean American, in celebration of Asian American and Pacific Islander Month.
Adults. Registration required. Participants will receive Zoom information via email immediately after registering.