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What’s Happening at the Library

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Other November Events

 

November 14 - CCPL will be closed for Indiana Library Federation conference for staff training and development.

November 21 - Thanksgiving crafts for all ages at 6 pm.

November 21 - Evening Book Club at 6:30 pm. They are reading Britt-Marie Was Here by Frederick Backman.

November 23 - Closed for Thanksgiving.

November 27 - Adults can make three different Christmas ornaments.  $5 fee for supplies.

 

Mother Goose on the Loose every Tuesday at 10:30 am.

November Events

 

Mindfulness Mondays continues on Monday afternoons from 3:30 – 4:30 through November 20th.   If you come to this low-key, informal class, you will learn a simple and easy meditation technique to help you relax, de-stress, and improve your overall health.

 

High school students can sign up for the Fitness Program at the library on Wednesday, November 8th at 6:00 p.m.  Tyler Sadowski and Kody Sauser, personal trainers from Stored Energy will be on hand to help you learn about strength training, nutrition, and being a better team player.  Those who attend the November 8th program will receive a free group training session at the Cambridge City Christian Church Gym on November 15th at 6:00 p.m.  Stop by the library or call 765-478-3335 to sign up.

 

Sunday, November 12th, at 4:00 p.m. the Overbeck Museum will host an event to raise funds for the museum featuring Riley Humler, an antiques appraiser from Antiques Roadshow.  There will be refreshments, a silent auction, and some of the Overbeck pottery will be on display.  Please RSVP to OBKMuseum@gmail.com or call 765-478-5910 to reserve your spot.

 

Do you need health insurance, but you’re having trouble figuring out how to sign up during open enrollment?  There will be a Health Navigator at the library on Wednesday, November 15th and Wednesday November 29th to help you find exactly what you need.

 

Cambridge City Public Library staff would like to thank all of our veterans in the community for their service.  Thank you also to the families of our veterans—we honor and appreciate you.

To celebrate their reopening following a beautiful remodeling project, Wayne Bank in Cambridge City presented the History Room volunteers with a $500 donation.  The Cambridge City Public Library History Room volunteers provided information and photographs to Wayne Bank for a display of significant events in our town’s history.  Wayne Bank also presented the volunteers with a collection of local historical photos from the Boyd family collection.  

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