Here are a few activities at your parish library branches.
Patrick Lewis, a lifelong patron of the Mansfield Main Library, recently donated his book, The Fight of My Life: How to get up after being knocked down to Ms. Doris Ross, Branch Manager. An excerpt from the back cover of Lewis’ book: Lewis is a fighter. He’s a man that has gone through so much in life but by the grace of God has bounced back from things that others would have succumbed to. So many times, he wanted to give up but he chose to continue to fight for his freedom mentally, emotionally, and spiritually.
Lewis is a minister of the Gospel and has an associate degree in Theology and is a licensed Aircraft Technician. He is an entrepreneur and mentor. Through it all, he was able to accomplish his goals and the best is yet to come.
Story time at Stonewall Branch Library is every Wednesday at 10:00 a.m. The program is for ages 1to 3 years old. Call Miss Bekah at 318-925-9191 for more information.
The Logansport branch said a great group of ladies joined us for Happy Hour. The group showed off their creativity making solar light holders. Happy Hour is an adult crafting program held every 3rd Thursday of each month at 1:30. Join us on September 15 for some creative fun.
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