NORTH WEBSTER — Enjoy a girls afternoon out at the Ladies Tea 2 p.m. Thursday, May 11, sponsored by the North Webster Community Public Library, Friends of the Library and Senior Primelife Enrichment Center. With a small charge, you will experience a traditional afternoon tea complete with refreshments, charming table service and decorations, door prizes, musical entertainment and more fun surprises. Guests are encouraged to wear a fun hat to complement the occasion with prizes awarded for the best hats.
The tea event will be held in the North Webster Community Center Banquet Hall. Tickets are being sold in advance only with no ticket sales at the door. Tickets can be purchased at the library, SPEC or from any Friends of the Library member. Invite your friends, mothers, daughters, sisters, aunts or any deserving lady to tea and buy your tickets soon.
For a more rambunctious style of fun, come to Game Night for Adults 5:30 p.m. Tuesday, May 9 for an evening of playing party games together. Last month the group had a ball playing Pictionary. Come and see what is planned for next week. It’s a great way to meet new friends, too.
Add fun to your fitness routine and Let’s Move every Thursday at 6 p.m. Let’s Move is a weekly program that combines informal dancing and exercise. Each week, participants dance to a variety of music, learn new dance steps, try different dancing styles or cut loose freestyle all while getting a great workout and having a good time. If you’re getting bored with the gym, put on your dancing shoes and boogie in to Let’s Move on Thursdays.
For the more serious minded, registration is currently underway for a Power Point Course taught 1 p.m. Mondays, May 15 and 22. In this two-class course, students will learn the basics of Microsoft Power Point computer program and how to create presentations and slide shows. The class is free, but pre-registration is required and class size is limited. Sign up at the circulation desk or call (574) 834-7122 early before the class fills up.
It will soon be time to sign the kids up for Summer Reading Program which starts June 1 and runs through July 29. This year’s focus is “Build a Better World” through reading. Kids, ages birth through high school, can earn prizes for reading. Each week is packed with entertaining shows, special events and fun activities that also count toward prizes. Stop by the Youth Services Department for details and a schedule of summer events.