Tryouts take place in April of each year. Join us to hear from speakers who are featured in the book! Part 2: Nutrition, Monday, September 28th. }(document, 'script', 'facebook-jssdk')); Copyright © 2016 St. Thomas More Academy. Friday, February 14  4–7pm | MiniSota Play Cafe, Champlin Temporary Hours: (Free, while supplies last) Friday, February 14  10–11:30am | Eastman Nature Center, Dayton Blue, purple, or yellow handles – just make sure they are rounds. Videos can be seen on Facebook or on the Library's website! Kids ages 7–11 are invited to sugary-themed kids night out! February 28–March 1  times vary | STMA High School (Cost: $5, includes glow necklace) What are some things you can do for your back/knees/shoulders? His motive was insurance money. The talks are posted online for free distribution under the slogan "ideas worth spreading"​​ by TED Conferences LLC, an American media organization. Enjoy a bonfire, food, sing along, and more. (Free, but please pre-register online) We all, Check out a physical copy of the book from the Library. Bring your family to Maple Grove to enjoy free outdoor activities like snowshoeing, kicksledding, skating, wagon rides, s’mores, and more! You must register with your email address in order to receive a link to participate. He is the author of the book of poems Lovedust (Izote Press). Instructors will reach out via skype, hangout or zoom.6 Lessons - $210 / 10 Lessons - $350Instrumental555F1 Michael Hilden - Bassoon, Clarinet, Saxophone, Oboe555F2 Richard Olson - All Instruments555F5 Richard Haneman - Percussion555F6 Sandi Millar - GuitarVoice555F3 Krista Palmquist555F4 Matthew Tintes Online registration recommended, as space is limited. Friday, February 21  6–8pm | Color Me Mine, Maple Grove Emma Donoghue, best known as the author of Room, has written another bestselling novel. Saturday, February 29  7–10pm | Downtown Monticello Don’t be sus. Join the library staff for stories, arts, and crafts. Reflecting on the Gospel Part 4:  Building Strength, Monday, November 2nd. Monday, February 10  5:30–6:30pm | St. Michael Library Watch a silly animal puppet show, craft a valentine, and decorate a Valentine’s Day treat. Community Assistance Week at Lexington Park, Feel Good and Live Better with root SUP & Fitness, Community Assistance Week at Charlotte Hall, Southern Maryland JobSource Mobile Career Center, Be an Unlikely Ally-Community Conversations on Race, Book discussion: In Relentless Pursuit of an Education, Book Discussion: The Pull of the Stars by Emma Donoghue, Outdoor Storytime at Patuxent River Naval Air Museum, Session two will focus on the importance of Nutrition. Sample tea and lemonade, make a fun dancing ribbon bracelet, decorate tea cups, and have some fun snacks. All books will be available in both eBook and audiobook format on Hoopla. Monday – Thursday: 1 – 6 p.m. Families in the Rogers community are invited to a Valentine’s Day party hosted by MOMS Club of Rogers. Half of the field will be available for families to play games, throw balls, jump, and run. Bring a pillow and blanket; they’ll provide the popcorn! This program is part of the series: Community Conversations on Race. Friday, February 21  12–12:45pm | MiniSota Play Cafe, Champlin (Cost: $15/child includes all day admission, adults $3) Don't miss this exciting discussion! When you call to register, we will ask for your name, phone number, email address, and the last four digits of your social security number. The book discussion is cosponsored by St. Mary's County NAACP Unit 7025, the Unified Committee for Afro-American Contributions, and Historic Sotterley and is part of our Community Conversations on Race series. This month’s project is a leaf votive. November's title is No Judgements by Meg Cabot, Join us for a discussion of New York Times bestselling novel, "The Pull of the Stars!". At St. Mary’s, José co-created and until recently was associate director of the DeSousa-Brent Program. Signed copies will be available for purchase at The White Rabbit bookstore in California, Md. It is never too late to start and you may be surprised at how "easy" it can be. Spring is here! All St. Mary's County Library locations will close at 5 p.m. today. Session two will focus on the importance of Nutrition. This program is designed for registrants to receive personalized help with learning the purpose of a resume, the types of resumes, creating a resume, and creating and editing a cover letter. In 2002, Marsha joined Maryland Legal Aid - Southern Maryland where she represented clients in child welfare proceedings in Maryland’s trial and appellate courts.In 2019, Marsha was recognized by The Daily Record as one of Maryland’s Top 100 Women for outstanding achievement in her legal career and for community leadership. (Call the library for current titles.) In their own words, residents of St. Mary's County, Maryland, tell of the separate and unequal black schools that existed until the county complied with Brown v. Board of Education in 1967.