Programs for adults are: Wednesday, March 8, at 6:30 pm, How Corn Changed Itself, Then Everything Else with food historian and author Cynthia Clampitt. She is the author of Midwest Maize: How Corn Shaped the U.S. Heartland. Clampitt will trace the history of a weedy grass that changed America. Learn how vampires, whiskey, Henry Ford, time zones, and the Chicago Bears fit into the amazing history of corn. Program includes samples of heirloom corn whiskey for those over age 21. Reservations are a must, stop by, call 573-237-2189 or go to scenicregional.org to reserve you place.
You are invited the second Shamrock Shindig on Friday, March 10 from 2-3:30 pm. Get your green on for the wee Leprechaun Luncheon, an afternoon of Irish trivia quizzes, snacks, and fellowship. Space is limited so rspv today.
Both programs will be held at the Old New Haven School, 810 Maupin Ave., New Haven.
Book Club is reading The Color of Water: A Black Man’s Tribute to His White Mother. Discussion is Wednesday, March 22, 5-6:00 pm at the branch. Everyone is welcome and copies of the book may be checked out at the branch.
Take- A-Ticket Tech Training is happening Thursday, March 30 from 3-6 pm. The scenic regional trainer will be on hand for one on one help sessions. Reserve a time, bring your device and get answers to your questions about using Cloud Library and other online resources and programs.
Preschool Storytime for kids up to Kindergarten age meets each Tuesday at 10:00 am, and Saturday, March 18, at 10:00 am. We will enjoy stories about music and dance along with songs, finger plays, and crafts.
Read, Build and Play for kids ages 4-12 happens on Saturday, March 18 at 11:00am. Stop by and build with Lego bricks. Storytime and Read, Build and Play meet at the branch, 910 Maupin Ave. New Haven.