The Moving Starke County Forward coalition wants to improve the health of local residents one step at a time! The coalition is sponsoring a “Moving Starke County Across America” walking challenge to collectively encourage residents to walk, bike or run 3,000 miles between Memorial Day and Labor Day. There will be prizes and raffle drawings after the challenge wraps up in September.
Zinio from Starke County Public Library brings free magazines to your computer or web-enabled device! Zinio is an unlimited, simultaneous-use digital newsstand. This high quality service is the same as that used by many consumers to access magazines in their digital form, but is now available for libraries through Recorded Books Digital.
Submitted by Diantha U on Thu, 12/27/2012 - 5:42pm
On Jan 23, 1 p.m. to 2:30 p.m. Starke County Public Library is proud to present :Everglades of the North Discussion with GUEST SPEAKERS: Jody Melton—executive director of the Kankakee River Basin Commission, Pat Wisniewski and Jeff Manes - Producers of the Everglades of the North and Jim Shilling—Starke County Historical Society. Call 574-772-7323 to make reservation.
Submitted by Sheila U on Mon, 09/17/2012 - 11:49am
Adult Literacy Tutoring provides a second chance for adults to improve their reading, writing and math skills. Literacy skills allow fulfillment of personal goals for family enrichment, employment opportunities and community involvement. Tutoring is available in basic literacy skills, including reading, writing and math.
Whether you prefer to paint your landscapes with watercolors or oils, if you like painting in the back of your pickup, standing on a sunny beach, or in the comfort of your own studio, American Artist Landscape Instruction has helpful tips and instruction from two wonderful landscape artists to assist and inspire you! In these pages, Marla J. Brenner and Ruth L.
Submitted by Sheila U on Thu, 07/05/2012 - 10:23am
Looking to learn a new skill, find some time to work on a knit or crochet project, or would you like to socialize while you work on your project?
Join us for Crochet Class at the Hamlet Branch Library where Sheila Urwiler and Andrea Brown will help you get started, or help you with any problems you are having. Bring your own yarn and hook. Classes are every Friday from 3:30 - 5:00 p.m.