Posted on December 28, 2018 at 4:53 PM by Rosella Tesch
Long hiatus, for this blog. With the last entry dating August 2017. Feeling guilty, I deleted it. So, here we are, close to New Year’s Eve, and full of good intentions. Instead of writing about new books, today I will focus on some of the Chadron Public Library services, programs and activities.
Chadron Public Library is the residence of several clubs. All of them are open to everyone with an interest in the subject. All of them have much to offer: friendship, the thrill of an experience shared with others, the pleasure of learning something new.
The Craft Club meets every Tuesday at 4:00 p.m. in the Annex. Bring your project and be ready to share information about it with other crafters.
Knitting and Crocheting Club members get together on the second Saturday of each month at 2:30 p.m. You can come armed with your own needles or get a try to some donated irons. There is a bunch of material to choose from. Knitters and crotchetiers work on their own project or prepare little hats and blankets to donate to the Chadron Community Hospital. If you want to learn how to make cute mittens, a baby blanket or any other item, this is the place for you.
Book Club members meet every third Saturday of the month to discuss interesting titles. The readings are democratically chosen by all members once a year. Through the years, this formidable group has read more than 50 books. Coffee and treats are served during the event.