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Snow Hill Branch

Calendar of Events


Beginning Computer Instruction
Monday, May 1 - 10 am
Location: Snow Hill Branch
This class will teach the participant to learn basic computer skills, set up an email account and navigate the internet. Please register at the Snow Hill Branch by calling 410-632-3495.

Story Time “Exploring Our World”
Thursday, May 4 - 10:30 am
Location: Snow Hill Branch
For 2 to 5 year old children.

Learn to Self Publish
Monday, May 8 - 2 pm
Location: Snow Hill Branch
Published author Michael Healy will teach how to self-publish your work and sell it on Amazon and other websites.

STEAM PM “Plants and Insects”
Monday, May 8 - 3:45 pm
Location: Snow Hill Branch
Explore local plants and helpful and pesky insects with the Lower Shore Land Trust. Science, Art and Fun for children 6 years old and up.

Coffee Hour
Tuesday, May 9 - 2 pm
Location: Snow Hill Branch
Find out what your friends and neighbors are reading! Join us the second Tuesday of every month for refreshments and casual conversation on our favorite books and authors.

Writing for Wellness
Thursday, May 11 - 2 pm
Location: Snow Hill Branch
Are you suffering from an illness or grieving the loss of a loved one? Research has shown that writing about stressful experiences is therapeutic and promotes physical and emotional healing. Writing exercises are used to stimulate the process for creative expression. No prior writing experience is necessary. This class is facilitated by Ashley Jones.

Lap Time
Monday, May 15 - 10:30 am
Location: Snow Hill Branch
Children will be introduced to songs, games, and finger plays. For children under 2 years old.

Story Time “Chickens”
Thursday, May 18 - 10:30 am
Location: Snow Hill Branch
For 2 to 5 year old children.

Play Time
Thursday, May 25 - 10:30 am
Location: Snow Hill Branch
Make new friends and learn new skills while playing with our great educational toys! For infant to 5 year old children.

Writing For Wellness
Thursday, May 25 - 2 pm
Location: Snow Hill Branch
Are you suffering from an illness or grieving the loss of a loved one? Research has shown that writing about stressful experiences is therapeutic and promotes physical and emotional healing. Writing exercises are used to stimulate the process for creative expression. No prior writing experience is necessary. This class is facilitated by Ashley Jones.

Sweets-N-Greets
Wednesday, May 31 - 2 pm
Location: Snow Hill Branch
Pick a dessert recipe from a cookbook on display at the library, prepare the dessert, and bring it to share with the group. Meet new people while trying and discussing sweet treats.

Snow Hill Book of the Month - “The Miseducation of Cameron Post” by Emily Danforth
Wednesday, May 31 - 5:30 pm
Location: Snow Hill Branch
Join us for monthly book discussion from a rousing range of genres ranging from science fiction to historical, classics to YA -- facilitated by Cassandra Dasher, Snow Hill library staff. Copies of the book are available at the Snow Hill branch in advance.

Reptile World
Thursday, June 29, 2017 - 10:30 am
Location: Snow Hill Branch
The Reptile World program was designed to give audiences the opportunity to meet an interesting selection of live, large, colorful, and gentle reptiles from all over the world. Audiences enjoy discovering what reptiles are, what makes them different from birds and mammals, and how important they are in our environment. Many of the myths and misconceptions are dispelled, instilling a greater appreciation and understanding of these fascinating reptiles.

Mister Don the Music Man
Thursday, July 6, 2017 - 10:30 am
Location: Snow Hill Branch
Through his special passion for children’s music, Mister Don has emerged as one of the mid-Atlantic region's best-loved family entertainers and music teachers for young children.

Harold Wood’s “Circus In A Suitcase”
Thursday, July 13, 2017 - 10:30 am
Location: Snow Hill Branch
What happens when Harold Wood, the ringmaster, introduces each act but none show up? Harold is in a pickle! What will he do? “The show must go on. You must always try to do your very best!” Your students will laugh and learn as Harold transforms himself into each of the circus performers. Children learn that the things that make us different also make us special.

Reptile Wonders
Wednesday, July 19, 2017 - 2 pm
Location: Snow Hill Branch
The Nature Center on the Go is a environmental education center and wildlife rehabilitation facility that is dedicated to awakening the communities’ sense of awareness to the natural beauties of the environment and our role amidst Earth’s biological diversity. Sponsored by the Eastern Shore Regional Library.

Sciencetellers “Building Tall Ships & Pirate Tales!”
Thursday, July 20, 2017 - 10:30 am
Location: Snow Hill Branch
Sciencetellers combines storytelling and exciting science experiments into an unprecedented theatrical learning experience.

Tom Crowl
Friday, July 21, 2017 - 10 am
Location: Snow Hill Branch
Tom’s puppets will build comedy that keeps kids and their parents laughing. He’s been dubbed “the funniest man in the history of the world” by discerning patrons. We are proud to have Tom performing two shows so come on out and witness the phenomenon. All ages are welcome.

Tom Crowl
Friday, July 21, 2017 - 7 pm
Location: Snow Hill Branch
Tom’s puppets will build comedy that keeps kids and their parents laughing. He’s been dubbed “the funniest man in the history of the world” by discerning patrons. We are proud to have Tom performing two shows so come on out and witness the phenomenon. All ages are welcome.

Turtle Dance Music
Thursday, July 27, 2017 - 10:30 am
Location: Snow Hill Branch
We spark children's curiosity and imaginations through interactive, inclusive musical performances that use a wide range of instruments, comedy and music technology. Our 45-60 minute sensory-friendly performances are geared for Pre-K, grades K-5 and students on the Autism Spectrum.

Ed Stivender
Thursday, August 3, 2017 - 10:30 am
Location: Snow Hill Branch
Ed Stivender has been referred to as “the Robin Williams of storytelling." -- Miami Herald. Ed has fabulated his way around the globe -- he has been a featured performer at the National Storytelling Festival, the Cape Clear Island International Storytelling Festival in Ireland, Graz Festival, Austria and our own Philadelphia Folk Festival.

End of Summer @ Your Library Party
Saturday, August 5, 2017 - 11 am
Location: Snow Hill Branch
Join us for an ice cream party! Play games, make an ice cream sundae, and celebrate Summer @ Your Library. Caregivers and children up to age 18 are welcome.