NORTH WEBSTER — Due to high demand, North Webster Community Public Library has added a second Coffee and Canvas class to its May schedule.
Registrations are currently being accepted for a Coffee and Canvas class to be held at 10:30 a.m. Saturday, May 11. Instructor Karla Hayden will provide step-by-step instructions for painting a choice of floral still-life scenes. Cost of the class is $18 and includes canvas, painting supplies, cookies and coffee. Advance registration with non-refundable payment is required. Those interested can sign up and pay at the circulation desk.
Registrations are also being accepted for an adult mixed media workshop from 2 to 4 p.m. Monday, May 13. Artist Golden Seaton will show how to use watercolors and repurposed paper, fabric and other items to create a spring art piece. Cost of the workshop is $15 and includes all art supplies. Advance registration with non-refundable payment is required.
Openings are still available for a field trip to DeKalb County on Monday, May 29. Leaving the library at 9 a.m. and traveling by carpool, the group will travel to St. Joe, where they will tour the Sechler’s Pickle Factory and have an opportunity to purchase pickle products. For safety purposes, no open-toe shoes, sandals or dangling jewelry is allowed on the tour. The next stop will be the Auburn-Cord-Duesenberg Museum with three floors of vintage and classic autos displayed. Museum admission is $12.50 per person. The group will also stop for lunch along the way. Those interested in going on the field trip must sign up in advance at the circulation desk. The field trip is for adults only.
If you are interested in researching your family history, the library offers free access to Ancestry.com, the world’s largest genealogy website. Available only by paid subscription. Ancestry.com is provided free of charge on the public computers located in the Local History and Genealogy Center. No library card is needed, but patrons are asked to sign in and out. Other genealogy resources are also available at the library and on the library’s website at nweb.lib.in.us.