Louisburg Library

January 2016 | Events for Adults

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Friday, January 22 @ 6:00 pm

Relax with some adult COLORING PAGES, friends, and good conversation.

Supplies will be furnished, or bring your own coloring project.
Nice portfolios for your work will be given to attendees while supplies last.

Bring your drink of choice, water will be available.

Friday, February 26 @ 6:00 pm

February is Book Lover’s Month.

REPURPOSE OLD BOOKS with basic folding and turn a book into a piece of art.
Supplies will be furnished or bring your own old book.
Bring your drink of choice, water will be available.


More information coming soon for —Friday, March 25


Future Dates:

Apr 22 | May 27 | Jun 24 | Jul 22 | Aug 26 | Sep 23 | Oct 28

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Your Window to the Future - FREE

Android 101 | Camera to Computer | Computer Skills 101 | iPad/iPhone 101

Windows 10 | Computer Skills 102 | Computer Skills 103 | Microsoft Word 101

Internet & Email | Microsoft Excel 101 | PowerPoint 101 | Microsoft Publisher 101


Only Available! February - May 2016


For More Information

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Book Clubs

Town & Country Book Club

January 5 @ 6 pm, Meet at TImbercreek Grill to share what you've read recently

February 2 @ 7 pm, Discuss The First Phone Call from Heaven by Mitch Albom



Mystery Book Club

January 13 @ 11 am, meet at Miss B's Cafe to share what you've read recently

February 10 @ 10 am, meet at special location (ask staff) to discuss Ice Shear by M.P. Cooley


Guys Read

January 13 @ 6 pm, Meet at TImbercreek Grill to share what you've read recently

February 10 @ 7 pm, Discuss 1776 by David McCullough

Did You Know...

Why the latest coloring-book craze can be good for you

Nancy Monson, USA TODAY Best Years magazine November 14, 2015


... Coloring not only evokes happy memories of childhood; the act can also foster a sense of well-being and offer a relaxing respite from our digital world. Crafters have known this intuitively for years.


An accumulation of research shows that these creative activities can help you de-stress from everyday pressures. Recent studies suggest that structured, rhythmic endeavors such as coloring, knitting, crocheting or quilting are particularly beneficial because they ease you into a meditative state of mind that allows you to push away negative thoughts and worries.


“These activities engage your hands as well as your mind and your focus,” says art therapist Lacy Mucklow, the author of several best-selling Zen-themed coloring books. “Plus, the repetitive actions release serotonin, the brain transmitter responsible for relaxation.”...