Purcell Public Library
Last Updated on Tuesday, 18 June 2013 11:54
The Steampunk genre brings Victorian style and science fiction together for a style of writing and subculture popular with many readers.
And Kiona Millirons has taken her love of art and Steampunk and combined them into a passion for designing Steampunk jewelry and accessories. She will share many of her ideas and methods with teens as part of this year’s Summer Reading Program. She will be at the Purcell Public Library at 2 p.m. Tuesday, June 25.Add a comment
Last Updated on Tuesday, 18 June 2013 09:51
Stephen Fite’s high-energy songs and skits have entertained hundreds of thousands of children across the country.
And now, he’s bringing those musical sounds to the Purcell Public Library at 10:30 a.m. Tuesday, June 25 for a chance for children to “Dive in and Dig It!” during this year’s Summer Reading Program.
Fite has performed children’s music since the early 1980s, with his work geared primarily to ages 3 to 7. While his start in the business wasn’t necessarily glamorous, he’s developed into an award-winning performer.Add a comment
Genealogy research has become a different world in the last 10 to 15 years, as the growth of resources online has totally changed the way information on family history can be gathered.
Kathryn Ramsay, the Pioneer Library System’s Local History and Genealogy Resources Librarian, will give Summer Reading Programs a chance to “Try Something Different in Your Genealogy Research” at a program in hometown libraries this summer. She visits the Purcell Public Library at 2 p.m. Saturday, June 22.Add a comment
The Purcell Public Library hosts its monthly Come and Go Craft program, at 2 p.m. Saturday, June 22, with the topic “Colorful Roots.”
Participants will make a colorful family scrapbook to add photos to later, or families may bring photos to the program to start their scrapbooks.Add a comment
Thursday afternoons bring chances for a variety of activities for children of all ages at the Purcell Public Library this summer during its Summer Reading Program.
At 2 p.m. most Thursdays, the library splits up children into groups of tweens ages 8-12 and under 8 for craft programs and other activities.Add a comment