Warren County Public Library October Events


Another busy month is ahead at the Warren County Public Library. During October, multiple events for the children’s side will be taking place. Youth Librarian Danielle Morrison shares Watch Me Grow, homework help, a Costume Parade, and a Halloween themed Family Festival are just a few on the schedule. Morrison reports more on the family festival:

“It’s on Monday the 15th at 5 pm. This is actually activities for kindergarten through 6th grade. It’s going to be a Not So Spooky theme. There’s story telling, songs, crafts, and snacks. It’s a really good time. We had a really good time last month when we debuted it,” shares Morrison.

On the adult side during October, Adult Librarian Rebecca Eaton, shares some upcoming events include computer classes, tutoring for citizenship exams, a presentation by Allen Holdsworth on investing, and a DeNovo Beverage Tour. Eaton discusses more on the brewery tour:

“On October 30th, the tag line for this is ‘Who needs boos when you have brews’? We’ve just confirmed that we are going to do a brewery tour for Denovo’s Beverage. Steve Murmann and Brad Sturgeon will be over to talk about what they do and once we are done in the library, we will walk down the street to Denovo’s and have a special brewery tour,” Eaton states.

For more information about all of these events and their dates and times, log onto wcplibrary.com.

written by Kelsey Crain

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