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Programs for the 1st week of December at the Princeton Public Library

Tuesday, December 3rd at 6:30p.m.

FARM STEW program at the Princeton Public Library.

Joy Kauffman will present a program about FARM STEW.  This organization has trained 71,000+ people across 3 African countries addressing the root causes of hunger, disease, and poverty.  This program started right here in Bureau County.  Come and hear Joy’s latest updates on training native Africans in gardening, healthful cooking, obtaining clean water, improving sanitation, and inspiring them to live an abundant life.  This program is free and all are welcome to attend.

 

 

 

December 2nd-16th

Princeton Public Library is Wrapping Gifts

It’s a twofer! Leave it to Princeton Public Library to remove part of the stress of the holidays and maintain Santa’s secrecy!

 

Starting Monday, December 2nd presents can be dropped off at the library on Mondays in December and picked up wrapped on Wednesday. Library elves love to wrap gifts and will do so for free, although they never turn down a generous donation. Make holiday shopping that much more enjoyable by outsourcing the folding, measuring and taping, plus nobody will be able to recognize the wrapping paper! Note, because Christmas falls on a Wednesday this year, the last Monday to drop off gifts is December, 16th.  

 

Thursday, December 5th at 6:30

Join us for Christmas Card Making Fun at the Princeton Public Library on Thursday, December 5th at 6:30.  Enjoy an evening of making Christmas Cards, Sipping Hot Chocolate, and eating Christmas Cookies.  We will supply the paper supplies.  Bring your own double sided tape if you have it.  You will get to pick 2 designs to put together and take home.  There will be 4 designs available to choose from.  This program is free and all are welcome to join the fun.

 

Friday, December 6th at 4:00p.m.

Enjoy Holiday Music at the Princeton Public Library on Fridays in December.  On Friday, December 6th at 4:00, Gayle Little will play holiday favorites on the piano in the main area of the library.  Come and enjoy this music and get in the holiday spirit.  This program is free and all are welcome to come.