If you love hearing stories before bedtime, then put on your favorite PJ’s and join us at Ascension Parish Library for Pajama Storytime. This month’s theme is silly stories. We’ll read laugh-out-loud stories and sing songs that’ll make you giggle, and you’ll get to make a silly polar bear magnet to take home. Pajama Storytime will be held on Thursday, January 9 in Gonzales and Galvez, and on Tuesday, January 14 in Donaldsonville and Dutchtown. All Pajama Storytimes begin at 6:30 p.m. This program is designed for children ages 7 and younger and their families. For more information on this program, please contact the library in Gonzales at 647-3955, in Donaldsonville at 473-8052, in Galvez at 622-3339, or in Dutchtown at 673-8699.
If you have had a minute to glance at one of our newest databases, Creativebug, you will know that it has lots of fun and easy craft projects accompanied by in depth video tutorials. Join us at Ascension Parish Library in Dutchtown on Thursdays, from January 9 – 30, at 4:00 PM, as we work our way through the Isla pattern by Rae Hoekstra, one of the many sewing tutorials that are available through Creativebug. Curious about the dress and tunic that you can create with the Isla pattern? You can find completed projects by searching Instagram for #islapattern.
The library will provide all materials necessary, including sewing machines. This program is open to sewists of all skill levels, from teens to adults. Space is limited and registration is required. For more information on this program or to register, contact the Ascension Parish Library in Dutchtown at 673-8699.
Con artists steal billions from Americans like you every year. They do not care how hard you have worked. That’s why AARP Louisiana is arming you with the tools and resources to fight back with the AARP Fraud Watch Network.
AARP Louisiana will host a Fraud Prevention Workshop on Thursday, January 9, 2019 at 10 AM at the Ascension Parish Library in Gonzales. Join us for a lively discussion about how to spot and avoid identity theft and fraud so you can protect yourself and your family.
For additional information, call the library at (225) 647-3955.