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Events By Category: Group Meeting


Write it! Creative Writing Forum
Saturday, March 4, 2017 - 10:00 am
Location: Berlin Branch
Novice and established writers gather to share their fiction, non-fiction, and creative writing projects. Program includes critiques and appreciation, market leads and writing exercises.

Writing For Wellness
Thursday, March 9 - 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.

iPad Chicks—Beginners
Friday, March 10 - 10 am- 12 pm
Location: Ocean Pines Branch
Did you just get an Apple iPad and want to learn more about it? Explore the world of iPads while learning from
each other. To register call Norma Kessler at 410-641-7017. Men are welcome.


Coffee Hour
Tuesday, March 14 - 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, March 23 - 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.

Snow Hill Book of the Month - “Their Eyes were Watching God” by Zora Neale Hurston
Wednesday, March 29 - 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.

Write it! Creative Writing Forum
Saturday, April 1, 2017 - 10:00 AM
Location: Berlin Branch
Novice and established writers gather to share their fiction, non-fiction, and creative writing projects. Program includes critiques and appreciation, market leads and writing exercises.

Sit-N-Stitch
Monday, April 3 - 5 - 7 pm
Location: Snow Hill Branch
Drop in and join others for an evening of knitting, crocheting, and other needle arts. Sit, stitch, share ideas, meet new friends and connect with old ones! Please bring your own materials.

Coffee Hour
Tuesday, April 11 - 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, April 13 - 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.

Snow Hill Book of the Month - “The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Society” by Mary Ann Shaffer
Wednesday, April 26 - 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.

Writing For Wellness
Thursday, April 27 - 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.

Write It! Creative Writing Forum
Saturday, May 6, 2017 - 10:00 AM
Location: Berlin Branch
Novice and established writers gather to share their fiction, non-fiction, and creative writing projects. Program includes critiques and appreciation, market leads and writing exercises.

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.

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.