Summer Reading Challenge 2021: Tails & Tales
Adults ages 18 and older are invited to participate in our annual summer reading challenge!
Participants will earn a chance to win one of several prize baskets for each book read or activity completed.
Program runs June 14 - August 27.
Register on Beanstack at butlerlibrary.beanstack.org.
I.D.E.A.L. Book Club
Announcing a brand new self-directed book club, exploring topics of inclusivity, diversity, equity, and accessibility. Each month, we will read a selection focusing on a title that challenges social norms, gives a voice to the voiceless, and is written by a member of an underrepresented group.
September's pick is A Perilous Path: Talking Race, Inequality, and the Law by Sherrilyn Ifill, Loretta Lynch, Bryan Stevenson, and Anthony C. Thompson.
Participants can do the solo club using Beanstack and earn monthly badges. Book talk videos are posted monthly on Facebook and Youtube.
For more information, contact Tiffany at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Registration at butlerlibrary.beanstack.org
9/11 Anniversary Poster Exhibit
September 7-9, 9am-7pm
September 10, 9am-4pm
September 11, 9am-3pm
The library will display a 14-poster exhibit, "September 11, 2001: The Day That Changed the World," created by the 9/11 Memorial and Museum to commemorate the 20th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks.
On September 10 and 11, a new 35-minute film produced by the museum for the anniversary will also be available to watch in the library sun room.
Presented in partnership with the 9/11 Memorial and Museum, made possible in part by the National Endowment for the Humanities.
Family History Fridays
Virtual genealogy lessons posted on Facebook and Youtube.
Next program: September 17, 1:30pm
Topic: Deed research basics
More than 20 past videos available on-demand anytime
on Facebook and Youtube.
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The Adult Literacy Program at BC3 coordinates instruction in three areas:
Basic reading and math skills for adults
All instructional services are provided free of charge.
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