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Ancestry Class

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Interested in learning about your family tree? Already started your research, but you’re stuck? On Thursday, February 11 @6:30pm at the Troy Library, our resident genealogy expert Carla Watkins will be helping you start your search on ancestry.com and also talking you through what to do if/when you get stuck at a brick wall.  Work with Carla to learn how to use the site or let us show you other genealogy sources or paths to explore that you may not know about.
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Book Club

    Join Library District #1 as we discuss this month’s book Girl on a Train by Paula Hawkins.  We will meet at Pizza Hut in Wathena on Tuesday, February 9th at 7:00 pm.  The lively discussion is free, but please be prepared to pay for your own meal if you plan to eat.  For more information contact Library District #1 at 785-985-2597.
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Adults Holiday Library Events Programs

Free Flower Arrangement Class For Christmas

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Want to know how to arrange flowers like a professional? Join us at the Wathena Library on Thursday, December 10 at 6:30 pm, when Karen from The Flower Peddler will be showing us how she makes arrangements. Then, we’ll try our hand to make our own holiday arrangements for you to take home. This program is free for all participants, but we only have room for the first 20 people who sign up. Please come in or call the Wathena Library at 785-990-2665 to get signed up for the fun.  Click here to register
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Retirement Party

                                                                          Betty This month, librarian Betty Snyder will be retiring from Library District #1.
She has worked for many years at the Highland library, greeting everyone who came through the door with a warm smile. We are inviting everyone from the community to drop by the Highland library on Wednesday, September 16th between 10am and 2pm to give Betty a hug and well wishes on her retirement.  Refreshments will be served.