Memorial Hall Library is launching a
The Beehive for
community creativity and gathering. We
will host several events each month for
adults to learn, create, and interact.
Find a new way to keep busy in The
"Bee Busy" in The Beehive
- Do you like to make things?
- Do you enjoy art, crafts,
writing, or photography?
- Do you want to meet new people
and try new things?
- Would you like to share with
The Beehive events will encourage
learning, thinking, and trying new
things including: author visits, artist
demonstrations, hands-on crafts, games,
write-ins, and other activities.
The Beehive calendar for the list of
upcoming events. Events are drop-in and
do not require registration.
Genealogy in The Beehive
Join the Discussion!
Free or Fee Family Tree Software & Genealogy Programs
Wednesday, April 16 at 10 am
Local History librarian, Kim Lynn, will talk about some
free and fee based programs. Then, you’re invited to discuss
and demo the programs you use.
Hitting Brick Walls in Genealogy Research
Wednesday, May 7 at 10 am
Local History librarian, Kim Lynn, will share some suggestions for
breaking down your brick wall. Then, you’re invited to talk
about the problems you’ve encountered while researching your
family tree. Get advice and ideas for other attendees!
Bring your eBook reader, USB cord, library card, and your questions for a hands-on session with Overdrive. If you use a Kindle, bring your Amazon login and password too.
- Tuesday March 4 from 7-8:30pm
- Wednesday, March 12 from 10-11:30 am
Compatible devices include the Barnes & Noble NOOK, Sony Reader, Apple iPhone and iPad, as well as several Android-based phones and tablets. For a complete list, visit www.overdrive.com/drc.