Learn how to make your own stamped mantra bracelet with Ann Hartley, local artisan and owner of Hartleystudio.
The bracelets are made out of aluminum, and anyone who can hold a hammer will be able to make and take a beautiful new bracelet home with them. Don’t wait to register; this class is going to be fun!
We are offering two time slots for this class, 1:00-2:30 & 3:00-4:30. Please only register for one of the time slots.
Coffee with a Cop is a national program that brings police officers and community members together over coffee to discuss issues and learn more about each other.
Join us in the Java Lab Grind and Dine Cafe at the Moline Public Library to share questions, concerns and suggestions with our Moline Police Department.
Nancy Johnson, associated with AARP and the Office of the Illinois Secretary of State will present a free, 90-minute Illinois Rules of the Road class for seniors. Registration is required.
Back by popular demand! Meet and pet a wide variety of animals brought to the library by Colbrese Farms!
Tour the new Moline High School Bartlett Performing Center as part of the library’s summer reading program. Please meet at the theater’s entrance at 2 p.m. Walking shoes are recommended and registration is required.
As part of the Quad City Arts Visiting Artist program, Jazzy Ash will perform an all ages concert as part of the “It’s Showtime @ your library!” summer reading program.
Their style of New Orleans vocal and instrumental jazz is certain to get your toes a tappin’!
Visit http://www.jazzyash.com/ for more information.
Representatives from QCAIR and Esperanza Legal Assistance Center will be at the library to provide information on various immigration situations and how to become a U.S. Citizen. Attendees will be able to ask questions and get help with forms regarding their own immigration status.
This workshop is FREE. No registration is required.