NORTH WEBSTER — Good things often come in small packages and that can be true of the foods we eat. Learn about the nutritional punch packed inside small sprouts at the Growing Sprouts Class 10:30 a.m. Tuesday, April 25 at North Webster Community Public Library. Registered Nurse Mary Erb will explain how to grow and use sprouts, their nutritional benefits and the most common seeds for sprouting. Come and learn how these little nutritional powerhouses can add nutrition and flavor to meal planning.
You can put that knowledge to use at Revolving Recipe Round-Up later that day at 5:30 p.m. The focus that evening will be vegetarian. Everyone is asked to prepare a vegetarian dish and bring it to the library to share and sample. Bring the recipe, too, to share with others.
Voyager Book Club will share nonfiction books 10 a.m. Monday, April 24. In this book club, participants read a book of their choosing within that month’s assigned genre. If you have read a good nonfiction book lately, bring it to Voyager Book Club and tell about it. It’s a good way to get exposed to many different books and authors.
It’s family movie night at the library 5 p.m. Thursday, April 27. Showing is a 2016 animated Disney adventure about a sea voyaging teenager who sets off on an epic journey across the Pacific to save her island people. The movie is rated PG and runs 113 minutes, complete with free popcorn.
Looking for a fun Friday night family activity? Rope Warrior David Fisher will perform an amazing jump rope show at Wawasee High School Auditorium 7 p.m. Friday, April 28. The show is sponsored by Wawasee area public and school libraries and parent-teacher organizations to encourage students to engage in reading and learning throughout the upcoming summer. It’s an interactive and entertaining show the whole family will enjoy.
North Webster Community Public Library will kick off its annual Summer Reading Program June 1. Watch for details of all the fun activities planned for this summer and how kids can earn prizes for reading.