Upcoming events at the Danville Public Library

January 10: Preschool Pals Playgroup will meet at 10 am in the first floor meeting room. For children, ages 2-6 years, and their caregivers.

January 10: Teens, we want to hear from you.  Join Teen Advisory Board (TAB) and tell the library what services, books or activities you want to see at the library.  Open to teens ages 12-18.  Applications available in the Teen Space or Children's Department, due by January 2.  TAB meets January 10 from 4:30 to 5 pm in the second floor conference room.

January 11: The Page Turner's Book Club will discuss Before We Were Yours, by Lisa Wingate, and will be held at 3pm in the second floor conference room.

January 11: The Wonder Garden Club will explore bulb planting from 4:30-5:30 in the Children's Program Room.  For children, ages 5-11, children under eight with a caregiver.

January 11: Tween Gaming is a chance for children ages 8-11 to game together in the Children's Program Room from 6-7pm.

January 12: Adults, 60 and older, are invited to Coffee Time to enjoy a hot cup of coffee or tea with snacks, games, and good conversation. This program is held on Fridays from 9:30-11am in the first floor meeting room.

January 13:  Join for this month's Kidz Movie Club showing, in which Surly the Squirrel teams up with his animal friends and a kung-fu master mouse to save their beloved park from destruction. The movie begins at 1p.m. and will be shown in the first floor meeting room. For children, ages 5-11 years old, children under eight with a caregiver.

January 22: Meeting of the Teen Minds allows teens to discuss topics of interest to them. The program will begin at 5p.m. in the first floor meeting room.  The topic is “the obsession with ‘new and improved’.”  For teens, ages 12-18 years.

January 23: Wee Wigglers, for children from birth up to 24 months, with a caregiver, are offered on Tuesdays from 10 to 10:30 a.m. in the Children’s Program Room, Danville Public Library. These storytimes contain songs, stories, and serious silliness for the youngest book-lovers.

January 23: Make a Winter Popcorn Crunch snack at this week’s Kids’ Snack Club at 3:30 p.m. in the Children’s Program Room. For children, ages 5-18; children under eight with a caregiver.

January 23:  Learn about basic Computer Security - malware, hackers, and identity theft - in the second floor meeting room from 10 to 11:30 a.m. Participants must be familiar with how to use a computer. The class is free, but seating is limited.

January 23: Teens are invited to Otaku Club, a celebration of Japanese manga, anime, and culture, featuring Gin Tama at 5 p.m. in the second floor conference room. For teens, ages 12-18 years.

January 24: Preschool Pals Playgroup will meet at 10 a.m. in the first floor meeting room. For children, ages 2-6 years, and their caregivers.

January 24: Make “Ice Tunnels” with the Danville Dashers at this month’s Teen DIY at 5 p.m. in the first floor meeting room.  For teens, ages 12 to 18.

January 25: A Tween 3D Printer Class will be held at 4:30 p.m. in the Children’s Program Room. Registration is required; the class is limited to five participants. For teens, ages 12 to 18.

January 25: The Teen Book Challenge will focus on Fat Kid Rules the World, by K.L. Going and will be held at 5 p.m. in the second floor conference room. For teens, ages 12-18.

January 25: Tween Gaming is a chance for children ages 8-11 to game together in the Children’s Program Room from 6-7 p.m.

January 26:  Project Uplift is a resource fair for homeless (or nearly homeless) families and individuals and the people who care about them.  Visit information booths, listen to guest speakers and participate in giveaways.  From 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. in the first floor meeting room.

January 27: Learn the basics of Microsoft PowerPoint in the second floor meeting room from 6-7:30 p.m. Participants must be familiar with how to use a computer and with Microsoft Word. The class is free, but seating is limited.

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