Two premier musical performances; an open candidates’ forum for the April election for Haysville City Council and the District 261 School Board; a Haysville Garden Club seed exchange; plus a nationally sponsored special program on bone health featuring Dr. Kimberly Templeton – these are but a few of the events in store for Haysville citizens during the month of March at the Haysville Community Library.
Last Monday night’s book discussion of The Kite Runner was just the first of a flurry of events on the March calendar of the library.
On Saturday the 12th, the Genealogy Discussion group will feature a presentation by Ray Held on the use of Census information in discovering family history.
On Tuesday the 15th at 6 pm, the Mando Mamas will present a special program of mandolin music.
On St. Patrick’s Day, the library will sponsor an Irish Trivia Hunt during the daytime, and that evening at 7 pm, Jerry Barlow – the premier Celtic guitarist who wowed his Haysville audience last year – will present a special program of Irish music.
Monday March 21st offers two separate events of interest. The Haysville Garden Club will sponsor a special springtime seed exchange for experienced and aspiring gardeners at 7 pm. At the same time, the book discussion group will feature The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-time, by Mark Haddon (copies are available in the library for all interested parties).
On Thursday March 24th the library will sponsor a candidates’ forum, open to the public, beginning at 7 pm. Every candidate for the Haysville City Council and for the USD 261 Board of Education has been invited to participate.
Finally, at 6 pm on Tuesday March 29th, Dr. Kimberly Templeton will present a nationally-sponsored health and osteoporosis education program for men and women of all ages, “Are You Fit to a T?”
From health to politics and community affairs, from music and the arts to family history, there are events to entertain, educate and enlighten everyone at the Haysville Community Library.