NORTH WEBSTER — For genealogy enthusiasts who love to network, North Webster Community Public Library will host an all day genealogy session beginning at 10 a.m. on Wednesday, March 13.
Family historians are encouraged to bring their laptop computers to the library that day and share their genealogy website subscriptions and other resources with fellow genealogists. By sharing resources and research ideas, participants might discover new information to add to their family histories. The library’s computers and free website subscriptions will also be available, along with its collection of historic records, family and local histories, and how-to books.
An afternoon movie is scheduled for 1:30 p.m. on Monday, March 11. The Adult Services Department will be showing an iconic 1955 movie about a rebellious young man with a troubled past. This American drama is rated PG-13 and stars a famous Hoosier who was born and buried in Fairmount.
For action fans, Let’s Move, a weekly dance exercise class meets every Thursday at 6 p.m. It’s an hour of having fun dancing to dance videos, learning new dance steps and getting a good workout. The class is free and suitable for adults of all fitness levels.
Kids are invited for a creative workout at Lego Club beginning at 1 p.m. on Saturday, March 9 in the Youth Department. Building with Legos, the kids are free to create anything they can imagine. Parents are encouraged to join in too. Lego Club is for ages five to 12. Children under age nine should be accompanied by an adult.
The library has added many new fiction and non-fiction titles to its collection.