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Programs for Adults

Points:

10 points:  local music event and share a picture on Facebook 
10 points:  checkout music related item and log it to your summer reading account
25 points:  volunteer in the community and tell us what you did 
25 points:  attend library program and give us the code word from the program
50 points:  sign up for Freegal music at CommunityLibrary.Net/eLibrary
50 points:  read or listen to a book and log it to your summer reading account

1 raffle entry for every 250 points earned

Prizes:

3rd Place: Book of your choice  
2nd Place: 3 Book Lovers’ Soy Candles 
1st Place: Kindle Fire with case

Special Events

Summer Reading
1
Upcoming Summer Music Programs

Here’s an easy way for you to earn points toward your Summer Reading raffle tickets.  

Attending a concert and sharing a picture on Facebook is worth 10 points!  

But you don’t have to be earning points to enjoy these shows—come join other music lovers just for the fun of it.  All programs are free, so bring a friend.

Kim Morgan
Write Now!

Join us for a four-week series of literary workshops taught by Kim E. Morgan.

Kim's courses offer a unique model for a mind-body connection and four stages in the experiential learning cycle: thinking, feeling, reflecting, and doing. Knowledge gained through the transformation of experience is done through core writing.  Come to one or more sessions. Find out more at www.kimemorgan.com.

Wednesdays, August 1, 8, 15 & 22, 6:00-7:30 pm

Playing With Ink: a writers group
Post Falls Library

Second Saturdays, 10 – 11: 30 a.m.

July is Dancing with Dialogue! 

Flex your writing muscles and join other writers as you work on your craft. After a 20-minute presentation and a writing exercise, the floor is open to discuss challenges and explore solutions. All skill levels welcome.   Feel free to drop in or stay for the entire session. 

Jesse Warburton and his harp guitar
Live Music Performance: Jesse Warburton
Tuesday, July 24, 6:00 pm
Hayden Library

Local musician Jesse Warburton, also known as Brother Music, brings his creative blend of blues and gospel music to the Hayden library!

Come enjoy light refreshments and the unique sound of the harp-guitar at this free event.

Dr. Dale Eberwein Kempo Instructor at NIC
Basic Self Defense @ Post Falls
Wednesday, July 25, 6:30 pm
Post Falls Library

Presented by Dr. Eberwein, a Go Dan (5th Degree Black Belt- Associate Professor) with over 40 years of experience teaching Kenpo.  Attendees will be introduced to basic self-defense moves and martial arts vocabulary. Loose fitting gym clothes or sweats recommended.    

Kenpo (Law of the Fist) is a Chinese/ Okinawan martial arts system that incorporates the best of hard and soft motions and body position to protect students against potential attacks.

Hayden Days
Friday, July 27, 9:00 am to 5:00 pm
Saturday, July 28, 9:00 am to 5:00 pm
Other
McIntire Family Park

Two full days of non-stop fun at the bookmobile! Check out books, DVDs, and more.

Finding Ancestors Genealogy: Climbing YOUR Family Tree – One Branch at a Time
Saturday, July 28, 1:00 pm
Post Falls Library

Distressed Cavaliers and Indentured Servants left England for Virginia because of regional conflicts and border changes. This workshop will help you gather verified facts to locating your ancestors and their movements to the western territory using vital records, maps, and land records.

This series follows Chip Dennison, in virtual time, on his 2200 mile trek from Georgia to Maine as he discovers his ancestor’s path. Presenters, Kim Morgan and Sandy Doutre, share their expertise regarding genealogy.

For more details see: findingancestors.net

Harrison Old Timers Picnic Parade
Sunday, July 29, 10:00 am
Other
Harrison Old Timers Picnic Parade

The bookmobile loves parades!  Come cheer us on!
 

Tie Dye Rocks!
Monday, July 30, 6:00 pm
Pinehurst Library

Join us for a fun Evening on the Lawn if weather permitted to learn how to Tie Dye while listening to Rock Music. We have tote Bags, t-shirt’s and special dyes available but feel free to bring something of your own too.  

Earn extra Points for the Adult Summer Reading.

Floating Crowbar: Don Thomsen, James Hunter, Rick Rubin, and Morgan Andersen
Live Music Performance: Floating Crowbar
Tuesday, July 31, 6:00 pm
Hayden Library

Calling all Celtic music fans!  

Come enjoy Floating Cowbar, one of the best traditional Irish bands in the area.  With the use of Irish pipes, flute, whistle, banjo and mandolin as well as fiddle and guitar, Floating Crowbar plays a high-energy mix of Irish instrumental music and songs drawn from traditional and contemporary sources. Don Thomsen, James Hunter, Rick Rubin, and Morgan Andersen bring together their common passion for Irish music, good humor, mutual respect and friendship into a show that will be enjoyed by all.

Kim Morgan
Write-to-Publish
Wednesday, August 1, 6:00 pm to 7:30 pm
Hayden Library

You will take away the key elements for the Self-Publisher. Find inspiration and breathe life into your writing.

You can remove "finish my book" from your bucket list this year!

Find out more at www.kimemorgan.com.

Summer Reading
1
Upcoming Summer Music Programs

Here’s an easy way for you to earn points toward your Summer Reading raffle tickets.  

Attending a concert and sharing a picture on Facebook is worth 10 points!  

But you don’t have to be earning points to enjoy these shows—come join other music lovers just for the fun of it.  All programs are free, so bring a friend.

Summer Reading
1
American Folk Music Revival
Wednesday, August 8, 6:30 pm

Tracy Morrison presents traditional American folksongs that were recorded during the American Folk Music Revival (1940s-1960s). Artists and songs will be discussed then shared live and include Woody Guthrie, Lead Belly, Burl Ives, Joan Baez, Jean Ritchie, Bob Dylan, Odetta, Nina Simone, Pete Seeger and more. 

Athol Book Bucks Store
Thursday, August 23, 11:00 am to 1:00 pm

Come on out to our Book Bucks Store.  There will be books, school supplies and treats!

Dr. Dale Eberwein Kempo Instructor at NIC
Basic Self Defense @ Athol
Wednesday, October 10, 6:30 pm

Presented by Dr. Eberwein, a Go Dan (5th Degree Black Belt- Associate Professor) with over 40 years of experience teaching Kenpo.  Attendees will be introduced to basic self-defense moves and martial arts vocabulary. Loose fitting gym clothes or sweats recommended.    

Kenpo (Law of the Fist) is a Chinese/ Okinawan martial arts system that incorporates the best of hard and soft motions and body position to protect students against potential attacks.

Athol Daze Parade
Saturday, August 11, 9:00 am

The bookmobile loves parades!  Come cheer us on!


Kootenai County Farmers’ Market

Stop by the Community Library Network table at the Kootenai County Farmers’ Market for crafts and a free book for children birth-18 years.

3rd Saturdays, June-October, 9am-noon
June 16, July 21, August 18, September 15, October 20

Gentle Yoga with Isabel @ Athol

Wednesdays, 11:00 am – 12:00 pm

Come in and experience the calming practice of yoga. It relaxes both your mind and body. Just bring your yoga mat.

ABC (Athol, Bayview, Careywood) Farmers Market

Come on out! We are here every Friday, 2:00-6:00pm, through October at the City Park in Athol!

Bayview Book Club

3rd Wednesday, each month, 4:00 - 6:00 pm

Join us as we talk about books! We promise a great hour of laughter, sharing and conversation. Find out more at the front desk. Check here for upcoming book club info!

Summer Reading
1
Upcoming Summer Music Programs

Here’s an easy way for you to earn points toward your Summer Reading raffle tickets.  

Attending a concert and sharing a picture on Facebook is worth 10 points!  

But you don’t have to be earning points to enjoy these shows—come join other music lovers just for the fun of it.  All programs are free, so bring a friend.

Summer Reading
1
Upcoming Summer Music Programs

Here’s an easy way for you to earn points toward your Summer Reading raffle tickets.  

Attending a concert and sharing a picture on Facebook is worth 10 points!  

But you don’t have to be earning points to enjoy these shows—come join other music lovers just for the fun of it.  All programs are free, so bring a friend.

Harrison Books Bucks Store

Come on out to our Book Bucks Store.  There will be books, school supplies and treats!

Wednesday, August 22, 1:00 pm to 2:00 pm
Harrison Old Timers Picnic Parade

The bookmobile loves parades!  Come cheer us on!
 

Sunday, July 29, 10:00 am

Wednesday Bunch
Every Wednesday at 4:00pm

Bring any needlework or craft project and enjoy getting together with neighbors and friends.

Harrison Book Club

Join us as we talk about books! We promise a great hour of laughter, sharing and conversation. Find out more at the front desk. Check here for upcoming book club info!

Programs for Adults

Summer Reading
1
Upcoming Summer Music Programs

Here’s an easy way for you to earn points toward your Summer Reading raffle tickets.  

Attending a concert and sharing a picture on Facebook is worth 10 points!  

But you don’t have to be earning points to enjoy these shows—come join other music lovers just for the fun of it.  All programs are free, so bring a friend.

Kim Morgan
Write Now!

Join us for a four-week series of literary workshops taught by Kim E. Morgan.

Kim's courses offer a unique model for a mind-body connection and four stages in the experiential learning cycle: thinking, feeling, reflecting, and doing. Knowledge gained through the transformation of experience is done through core writing.  Come to one or more sessions. Find out more at www.kimemorgan.com.

Wednesdays, August 1, 8, 15 & 22, 6:00-7:30 pm

Jesse Warburton and his harp guitar
Live Music Performance: Jesse Warburton
Tuesday, July 24, 6:00 pm

Local musician Jesse Warburton, also known as Brother Music, brings his creative blend of blues and gospel music to the Hayden library!

Come enjoy light refreshments and the unique sound of the harp-guitar at this free event.

Hayden Days
Repeats every day until Sat Jul 28 2018.
Friday, July 27, 9:00 am to 5:00 pm, Saturday, July 28, 9:00 am to 5:00 pm

Two full days of non-stop fun at the bookmobile! Check out books, DVDs, and more.

Floating Crowbar: Don Thomsen, James Hunter, Rick Rubin, and Morgan Andersen
Live Music Performance: Floating Crowbar
Tuesday, July 31, 6:00 pm

Calling all Celtic music fans!  

Come enjoy Floating Cowbar, one of the best traditional Irish bands in the area.  With the use of Irish pipes, flute, whistle, banjo and mandolin as well as fiddle and guitar, Floating Crowbar plays a high-energy mix of Irish instrumental music and songs drawn from traditional and contemporary sources. Don Thomsen, James Hunter, Rick Rubin, and Morgan Andersen bring together their common passion for Irish music, good humor, mutual respect and friendship into a show that will be enjoyed by all.

Kim Morgan
Write-to-Publish
Wednesday, August 1, 6:00 pm to 7:30 pm

You will take away the key elements for the Self-Publisher. Find inspiration and breathe life into your writing.

You can remove "finish my book" from your bucket list this year!

Find out more at www.kimemorgan.com.

National Night Out, Hayden City Park
Tuesday, August 7, 4:00 pm to 8:00 pm

Step aboard the bookmobile and check out books, DVDs, and more.

Kim Morgan
The Four Truths of the Storyteller
Wednesday, August 8, 6:00 pm to 7:30 pm

We are born storytellers.

Filmmakers in the business look for compelling stories that touch the audience. You will leave this class with the four truths and a clear sense of how to tap into the power of ‘you.’

Find out more at www.kimemorgan.com.

Summer Reading
1
American Folk Music Revival
Tuesday, August 7, 6:00 pm

Tracy Morrison presents traditional American folksongs that were recorded during the American Folk Music Revival (1940s-1960s). Artists and songs will be discussed then shared live and include Woody Guthrie, Lead Belly, Burl Ives, Joan Baez, Jean Ritchie, Bob Dylan, Odetta, Nina Simone, Pete Seeger and more. 

Kim Morgan
The Write Way Home
Wednesday, August 15, 6:00 pm to 7:30 pm

Authenticity is a crucial quality of the storyteller.

The spirit of great stories is found in being true to yourself. The defining moments of life give rise to your voice. Learn how your personal narrative informs your professional writing.

Find out more at www.kimemorgan.com.

Kim Morgan
The Write Season and Reason to Write
Wednesday, August 22, 6:00 pm to 7:30 pm

Creative people switch genres all the time. But how do you stay inspired to write and write what inspires others? Learn to open new pathways of creativity and imagination to keep writing beyond this series. 

Find out more at www.kimemorgan.com.

Hayden Book Bucks Store
Thursday, August 30, 10:30 am to 12:30 pm

Come on out to our Book Bucks Store.  There will be books, school supplies and treats!


Tech Help
1st and 3rd Wednesdays at 2 p.m.

Have questions about your mobile devices – smart phone, tablet, e-reader, etc.? Want to learn about amazing online resources and have no idea where to even start with using a computer? Come in and get the help you need!

Dungeons and Dragons, 5th Edition

2nd and 4th Thursdays, 5 p.m.

Adventurers wanted: the tyranny of dragons has begun!

Severin and the Cult of Dragons are plotting to unleash Tiamat from her prison to create a new empire!  Whether you are new to the classic tabletop game or an old pro, join the campaign! Any and all interested parties are welcome to participate.

Geezer Forum South
3rd Tuesdays, 2 p.m.

Presented by Professionals Serving Seniors, the Geezer Forum South hosts monthly discussions on various topics related to aging.  For more information, visit the Geezers on Facebook!

Coffee and Coloring

Every Friday, 10:00 a.m. - 12:00 pm.

Stop by the Hayden Library every Friday morning for a cup of coffee and adult coloring!

Hayden - Gentle Yoga

Thursdays, 1 - 2 pm. Find balance, strength, and peace through yoga!

Instructor Isabel Dasilva will guide you through this gentle but fulfilling exercise.
 

Kootenai County Farmers’ Market

Stop by the Community Library Network table at the Kootenai County Farmers’ Market for crafts and a free book for children birth-18 years.

3rd Saturdays, June-October, 9am-noon
June 16, July 21, August 18, September 15, October 20

Hayden Mystery Matinee Book Club

Want to pick your own title? Come to our Mystery Matinee to discuss your book.

3rd Wednesday of each month @ 2:00 p.m.

Check here for upcoming book club info!

Hayden Library - Panhandle Pageturners Book Club

Join us as we talk about books! We promise a great hour of laughter, sharing and conversation. Find out more at the front desk.

Last Wednesday of each month @ 2:00 p.m.

Check here for upcoming book club info!

Summer Reading
1
Upcoming Summer Music Programs

Here’s an easy way for you to earn points toward your Summer Reading raffle tickets.  

Attending a concert and sharing a picture on Facebook is worth 10 points!  

But you don’t have to be earning points to enjoy these shows—come join other music lovers just for the fun of it.  All programs are free, so bring a friend.

Tie Dye Rocks!
Monday, July 30, 6:00 pm

Join us for a fun Evening on the Lawn if weather permitted to learn how to Tie Dye while listening to Rock Music. We have tote Bags, t-shirt’s and special dyes available but feel free to bring something of your own too.  

Earn extra Points for the Adult Summer Reading.

Summer Reading
1
Country Ballads and Early Blues
Friday, August 3, 6:30 pm

Tracy Morrison explores early American music circa 1920s-1950s. This presentation introduces artists and songs recorded by early American musicians such as The Carter Family, Cousin Emmy, Lefty Frizzell, Kitty Wells, Ma Rainey, Bessie Smith, and more. Artists/writer’s are discussed, and then songs are shared live.

Pinehurst Days Parade
Saturday, August 4, 11:00 am

Come look for the bookmobile in the parade!

Summer Reading
1
Pinehurst Days
Saturday, August 4, 11:30 am

Special performance by Cecil the Magician.

Pinehurst Book Bucks Store
Wednesday, August 29, 11:00 am to 1:00 pm

Come on out to our Book Bucks Store.  There will be books, school supplies and treats!

Dr. Dale Eberwein Kempo Instructor at NIC
Basic Self Defense @ Pinehurst
Monday, September 24, 6:30 pm

Presented by Dr. Eberwein, a Go Dan (5th Degree Black Belt- Associate Professor) with over 40 years of experience teaching Kenpo.  Attendees will be introduced to basic self-defense moves and martial arts vocabulary. Loose fitting gym clothes or sweats recommended.    

Kenpo (Law of the Fist) is a Chinese/ Okinawan martial arts system that incorporates the best of hard and soft motions and body position to protect students against potential attacks.


Tech Time @ Pinehurst

Every Friday, noon-2 pm

Our very own Eloise will answer your technology questions and trouble shoot problems. She gives instruction on a variety of topics including signing up for an email account, getting started on Facebook or even starting your very own blog. Please sign up ahead of time with a brief description of what you would like Eloise to help you with.

Reiki Clinic

We have a small group of trained Reiki practitioners who offer 30-minute Reiki treatments at 5:30 and 6:00 (limited to two participants per time slot).

The International Center for Reiki Training says "Reiki is a Japanese technique for stress reduction and relaxation that also promotes healing. It is administered by "laying on hands" and is based on the idea that an unseen "life force energy" flows through us and is what causes us to be alive."

No program in August

 

Summer Reading
1
Upcoming Summer Music Programs

Here’s an easy way for you to earn points toward your Summer Reading raffle tickets.  

Attending a concert and sharing a picture on Facebook is worth 10 points!  

But you don’t have to be earning points to enjoy these shows—come join other music lovers just for the fun of it.  All programs are free, so bring a friend.

Playing With Ink: a writers group
Saturday, July 14, 10:00 am

Second Saturdays, 10 – 11: 30 a.m.

July is Dancing with Dialogue! 

Flex your writing muscles and join other writers as you work on your craft. After a 20-minute presentation and a writing exercise, the floor is open to discuss challenges and explore solutions. All skill levels welcome.   Feel free to drop in or stay for the entire session. 

Dr. Dale Eberwein Kempo Instructor at NIC
Basic Self Defense @ Post Falls
Wednesday, July 25, 6:30 pm

Presented by Dr. Eberwein, a Go Dan (5th Degree Black Belt- Associate Professor) with over 40 years of experience teaching Kenpo.  Attendees will be introduced to basic self-defense moves and martial arts vocabulary. Loose fitting gym clothes or sweats recommended.    

Kenpo (Law of the Fist) is a Chinese/ Okinawan martial arts system that incorporates the best of hard and soft motions and body position to protect students against potential attacks.

Finding Ancestors Genealogy: Climbing YOUR Family Tree – One Branch at a Time
Saturday, July 28, 1:00 pm

Distressed Cavaliers and Indentured Servants left England for Virginia because of regional conflicts and border changes. This workshop will help you gather verified facts to locating your ancestors and their movements to the western territory using vital records, maps, and land records.

This series follows Chip Dennison, in virtual time, on his 2200 mile trek from Georgia to Maine as he discovers his ancestor’s path. Presenters, Kim Morgan and Sandy Doutre, share their expertise regarding genealogy.

For more details see: findingancestors.net

Country Ballads and Early Blues
Monday, August 6, 6:30 pm

Tracy Morrison explores early American music circa 1920s-1950s. This presentation introduces artists and songs recorded by early American musicians such as The Carter Family, Cousin Emmy, Lefty Frizzell, Kitty Wells, Ma Rainey, Bessie Smith, and more. Artists/writer’s are discussed, and then songs are shared live.

Post Falls Book Bucks Store
Thursday, August 23, 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm

Come on out to our Book Bucks Store.  There will be books, school supplies and treats!

Finding Ancestors Genealogy: Crossing Borders – Ancestors We Didn't Know We Had
Saturday, August 25, 1:00 pm

Migration research helps you discover: your ancestor’s place of origin, a previous hometown, a place where they settled, or biographical details, and clues to other records.

This session will cover the settlement of the Delaware during The Friends' Migration.  Religious groups in early American communities kept military records and valuable church documents before government registrations.

This series follows Chip Dennison, in virtual time, on his 2200 mile trek from Georgia to Maine as he discovers his ancestor’s path. Presenters, Kim Morgan and Sandy Doutre, share their expertise regarding genealogy.

For more details see: findingancestors.net

Finding Ancestors Genealogy: Mapping Your Ancestors’ Religion and Politics
Saturday, September 22, 1:00 pm

The Exodus of the English Puritans led to the settlement of Massachusetts and the New England area.

Church history and political affiliations can help you find your earliest ancestors in their community. While the types of records available vary, the baptismal or christening, confirmation, marriage, death registers, and membership records are often among the most valuable used in family history research.

This series follows Chip Dennison, in virtual time, on his 2200 mile trek from Georgia to Maine as he discovers his ancestor’s path. Presenters, Kim Morgan and Sandy Doutre, share their expertise regarding genealogy.

For more details see: findingancestors.net


Kootenai County Farmers’ Market

Stop by the Community Library Network table at the Kootenai County Farmers’ Market for crafts and a free book for children birth-18 years.

3rd Saturdays, June-October, 9am-noon
June 16, July 21, August 18, September 15, October 20

Post Falls Library Book Club

Join us as we talk about books! We promise a great hour of laughter, sharing and conversation. Find out more at the front desk.

Last Tuesday of each Month @ 1:00 pm. Registration required.

Check here for upcoming book club info!

There will not be a book club for the last Tuesday of the month in August.

Summer Reading
1
Upcoming Summer Music Programs

Here’s an easy way for you to earn points toward your Summer Reading raffle tickets.  

Attending a concert and sharing a picture on Facebook is worth 10 points!  

But you don’t have to be earning points to enjoy these shows—come join other music lovers just for the fun of it.  All programs are free, so bring a friend.

Design Your Own Wine Glasses
Saturday, August 4, 1:00 pm

Join us for an easy, fun and relaxing afternoon program.

You can decorate two stemless wine glasses, and they will be yours to take home. Free, supplies included. Adults Only.

Dr. Dale Eberwein Kempo Instructor at NIC
Basic Self Defense @ Rathdrum
Thursday, August 16, 6:30 pm

Presented by Dr. Eberwein, a Go Dan (5th Degree Black Belt- Associate Professor) with over 40 years of experience teaching Kenpo.  Attendees will be introduced to basic self-defense moves and martial arts vocabulary. Loose fitting gym clothes or sweats recommended.    

Kenpo (Law of the Fist) is a Chinese/ Okinawan martial arts system that incorporates the best of hard and soft motions and body position to protect students against potential attacks.

Rathdrum Book Bucks Store
Friday, August 17, 11:00 am to 1:00 pm

Come on out to our Book Bucks Store.  There will be books, school supplies and treats!

Bath Bombs
Saturday, August 18, 1:00 pm

Come make some bath time fizzes! Free; supplies provided.

Registration is needed, stop by or call 208-687-1029.

Meat Smoking
Tuesday, August 21, 12:00 pm

Scott Iverson of Iverson’s Smokin Pig BBQ will demonstrate smoking basics using a brisket. He will answer your questions and provide samples.  

Free. Adults only, space is limited. 

Knit Along
Meets every Tuesday 1 - 3 pm

Bring your own project and enjoy each other’s company.

All skill levels welcome.

Skilled knitter on hand to assist.

Kootenai County Farmers’ Market

Stop by the Community Library Network table at the Kootenai County Farmers’ Market for crafts and a free book for children birth-18 years.

3rd Saturdays, June-October, 9am-noon
June 16, July 21, August 18, September 15, October 20

Rathdrum Library Book Club

Join us as we talk about books! We promise a great hour of laughter, sharing and conversation. Find out more at the front desk.

1st Tuesday of each Month @ 3:00 p.m.

Check here for book club info!

Summer Reading
1
Upcoming Summer Music Programs

Here’s an easy way for you to earn points toward your Summer Reading raffle tickets.  

Attending a concert and sharing a picture on Facebook is worth 10 points!  

But you don’t have to be earning points to enjoy these shows—come join other music lovers just for the fun of it.  All programs are free, so bring a friend.

Touch a Truck, Spirit Lake
Thursday, August 2, 11:00 pm

Step aboard the bookmobile and check out books, DVDs, and more.

Band Scramble
Saturday, August 18, 1:00 pm to 4:00 pm

Open to teens and adults!  

Bring your instruments and get combined into a random band. The more bands we can make, the better! Whatever instrument you play, and whatever your skill level, we want you to join in.

Alternatively, just come to enjoy the music, since we'll also need an audience to vote for a winner! While the contestants rehearse, we will have an instrument petting zoo for kids and an open mike for anyone who wants to perform a solo song.

Spirit Lake Book Bucks Store
Friday, August 24, 11:00 am to 1:00 pm

Come on out to our Book Bucks Store.  There will be books, school supplies and treats!


Kootenai County Farmers’ Market

Stop by the Community Library Network table at the Kootenai County Farmers’ Market for crafts and a free book for children birth-18 years.

3rd Saturdays, June-October, 9am-noon
June 16, July 21, August 18, September 15, October 20