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Friday, February 24 Move and Learn Story Time, 10am
Child
 
Kids age 19 months-5 years will sing, clap, and dance for 30 minutes of learning fun at 10am in the Story Room. A parent or caregiver needs to accompany children to this program.
 
Saturday, February 25 Sensory Friendly Movie, 10am
Child
 
A sensory friendly movie will be shown from 10am-12pm in the Community Room for guests and families of all abilities. We will have lights turned up, sounds turned down with captions on, and guests will be invited to get up, dance, walk, or shout! Children of all abilities are invited to attend. No registration is required for this feature-length movie showing. Call the Children’s Desk at 828.6094 to learn the title of the movie being shown.
 
Sunday, February 26 CANCELLED-Ghosts? Here in Bloomington-Normal?, 2pm
Adult
 
PROGRAM IS CANCELLED Deborah Carr Senger is a local historic paranormal investigator, spiritual medium, author of Haunted Bloomington-Normal, IL, and owner/operator of www.spiritsofbloomington.com. At 2pm in the Community Room, she will take you on her own paranormal journey to uncover the history, haunts, and myths of the Twin Cities. From the footsteps of Abraham Lincoln to the phantom scent of burned rubber on Route 66, ghoulish and supernatural visions flourish in Bloomington-Normal. Autographed books will be available for purchase after the presentation.
 
Monday, February 27 Book Adventures, 6:30pm
Child
 
Calling all K-2 super spies! Report to the Story Room at 6:30pm to receive your mission. Tonight, we’ll focus on Adam Sharp: Operation Spy School by George Edward Stanley.
 
Monday, February 27 DIY for Adults: Kokedama (Japanese Moss Garden Ball) – registration required
Adult
 
Come to the Library’s Community Room at 6:30pm to learn about a low-water planting technique that’s becoming more common in the states. This program will also be offered at 10am on February 28. Each DIY class is offered twice and each is limited to 10 people; you may register for one of each class offered. Registration for this program opens at 10am on Monday, February 13. To register, call 309.261.3935. This is the only number at which DIY registrations will be taken. Leave a message with 1) the name(s) and phone number(s) of the people registering, and 2) which date time you want to attend. There will be no online or in-person registration accepted for these programs. A Wait List will be created if necessary. These programs are for adults, age 17 and older.
 
Monday, February 27 AARP Tax-Aide, 9:15am
Adult
 
Tax Assistance will be available on most Mondays, Tuesdays, and Thursdays (*exceptions are listed below) from February 2 through April 17. On these dates, volunteers from AARP Tax-Aide will assist people from 9:15 am – 1 pm, with the last return each day started no later than 12:15 pm. Help is provided first-come first-served. Bring your W-2, social security card, social security statements, and tax forms to the Community Room. A social security card or statement is required for everyone whose name appears on the tax return. There are no age or income restrictions to receive aid. -- *No Tax-Aide on Monday Feb. 20, Tuesday Feb. 28, Monday Mar 27, or Thursday, April 13.
 
Tuesday, February 28 DIY for Adults: Kokedama (Japanese Moss Garden Ball) – registration required, 10am
Adult
 
Come to the Library’s Community Room at 10am to learn about a low-water planting technique that’s becoming more common in the states. This program will also be offered at 10am on February 28. Each DIY class is offered twice and each is limited to 10 people; you may register for one of each class offered. Registration for this program opens at 10am on Monday, February 13. To register, call 309.261.3935. This is the only number at which DIY registrations will be taken. Leave a message with 1) the name(s) and phone number(s) of the people registering, and 2) which date time you want to attend. There will be no online or in-person registration accepted for these programs. A Wait List will be created if necessary. These programs are for adults, age 17 and older.
 
Tuesday, February 28 Brick by Brick Duplo© Story Time, 10-11am
Child
 
What could be more fun that a story and brick play with DUPLO© blocks? Let’s read, build, and play together! Those age preschool and younger, along with their caregiver, should plan to join us from 10-11am in the Children’s Department for our themed story time. Then, caregivers will watch as their children create their own characters and settings with blocks. There will be a little help from you and some visual clues from us. Block play encourages children to describe their actions to retell their own story about their creation. Pictures of projects are encouraged since block projects will not be able to go home with your child. This program is geared for a child and adult shared experience. Note: Blocks will be provided. Please leave your own blocks at home. This program is not suitable for groups.
 
Tuesday, February 28 School-Age Lego© Block Party, 6:30pm
Child
 
Have you got the winter blues? Join our Block Party! LEGO© blocks are one of the most popular toys for children. Kids in grades K-5 will join us from 6:30-8:30pm in the Children’s Department as we build creative projects. There will be time for creative play after the project is finished. We will be taking pictures of your finished projects at the photo booth, or you may take a selfie. These colorful, interlocking, plastic bricks promote creative play, which leads to laying down a foundation for logical, mathematical thinking, scientific reasoning, and problem solving. A DUPLO© block area will be provided for younger children accompanied by a caregiver. Tonight’s theme is LEGOs in Space. Note: Blocks will be provided. Please leave your own blocks at home. Not suitable for groups.
 
Wednesday, March 1 Preschool Story Time, 10am
Child
 
Help your child build independent listening skills while learning and having fun at 10am in the Story Room! This interactive program features longer stories, flannel boards, music, puppets, and activities which help get your pre-readers ready for school.
 
Thursday, March 2 AARP Tax-Aide, 9:15am
Adult
 
Tax Assistance will be available on most Mondays, Tuesdays, and Thursdays (*exceptions are listed below) from February 2 through April 17. On these dates, volunteers from AARP Tax-Aide will assist people from 9:15 am – 1 pm, with the last return each day started no later than 12:15 pm. Help is provided first-come first-served. Bring your W-2, social security card, social security statements, and tax forms to the Community Room. A social security card or statement is required for everyone whose name appears on the tax return. There are no age or income restrictions to receive aid. *No Tax-Aide on Monday Feb. 20, Tuesday Feb. 28, Monday Mar 27, or Thursday, April 13.
 
Friday, March 3 Move and Learn Story Time, 10am
Child
 
Kids ages 19 months-5 years old will sing, clap, and dance for 30 minutes of learning fun at 10am in the Story Room. A parent or caregiver needs to accompany children to this program.
 
Saturday, March 4 Happy Birthday, Dr. Seuss!, 11am-1pm
Child
 
Join us as we celebrate Dr. Seuss’ birthday. We will begin the program with stories from the Clothespin Puppets at 11am in the Children’s Department, followed by crafts until 1pm. This program is sponsored by the Golden Prairie Public Library District.
 
Saturday, March 4 Tickets Go On Sale for BPL’s April 12 Reception with Author Erik Larson, 9am
Adult
 
Tickets for the Reception with Erik Larson, author of The Devil in the White City, will go on sale at 9am on Saturday, March 4, at the Bloomington Public Library and online at bloomingtonlibrary.org. Tickets cost $50 per person; a maximum of 100 tickets will be sold. The reception will take place on Wednesday, April 12, at 6pm on the BCPA stage. A free author presentation will take place in the BCPA theater beginning at 7pm.
 
Monday, March 6 Books on Tap Book Club, 7pm
Adult
 
This book club will meet at 7pm on the upper level of Lucca Grill, 116 E. Market St, Bloomington, to discuss The Coldest Winter Ever by Sister Souljah.
 
Monday, March 6 AARP Tax-Aide, 9:15am
Adult
 
Tax Assistance will be available on most Mondays, Tuesdays, and Thursdays (*exceptions are listed below) from February 2 through April 17. On these dates, volunteers from AARP Tax-Aide will assist people from 9:15 am – 1 pm, with the last return each day started no later than 12:15 pm. Help is provided first-come first-served. Bring your W-2, social security card, social security statements, and tax forms to the Community Room. A social security card or statement is required for everyone whose name appears on the tax return. There are no age or income restrictions to receive aid. *No Tax-Aide on Monday Feb. 20, Tuesday Feb. 28, Monday Mar 27, or Thursday, April 13.
 
Tuesday, March 7 AARP Tax-Aide, 9:15am
Adult
 
Tax Assistance will be available on most Mondays, Tuesdays, and Thursdays (*exceptions are listed below) from February 2 through April 17. On these dates, volunteers from AARP Tax-Aide will assist people from 9:15 am – 1 pm, with the last return each day started no later than 12:15 pm. Help is provided first-come first-served. Bring your W-2, social security card, social security statements, and tax forms to the Community Room. A social security card or statement is required for everyone whose name appears on the tax return. There are no age or income restrictions to receive aid. *No Tax-Aide on Monday Feb. 20, Tuesday Feb. 28, Monday Mar 27, or Thursday, April 13.
 
Wednesday, March 8 Preschool Story Time, 10am
Child
 
Help your child build independent listening skills while learning and having fun! This interactive program at 10am in the Story Room features longer stories, flannel boards, music, puppets, and activities which help get your pre-readers ready for school.
 
Thursday, March 9 AARP Tax-Aide, 9:15am
Adult
 
Tax Assistance will be available on most Mondays, Tuesdays, and Thursdays (*exceptions are listed below) from February 2 through April 17. On these dates, volunteers from AARP Tax-Aide will assist people from 9:15am-1pm, with the last return each day started no later than 12:15 pm. Help is provided first-come first-served. Bring your W-2, social security card, social security statements, and tax forms to the Community Room. A social security card or statement is required for everyone whose name appears on the tax return. There are no age or income restrictions to receive aid. *No Tax-Aide on Monday Feb. 20, Tuesday Feb. 28, Monday Mar 27, or Thursday, April 13.
 
Friday, March 10 Move and Learn Story Time, 10am
Child
 
Kids ages 19 months-5 years old will sing, clap, and dance for 30 minutes of learning fun at 10am in the Story Room. A parent or caregiver needs to accompany children to this program.
 
Friday, March 10 Monthly Donation Day, 10am
Adult
 
Library volunteers will accept donations of gently used books, audio books, DVDs, CDs, and BluRays on the second Saturday of each month from 10am-3pm. Those wishing to donate are asked to bring the materials to the Community Room or pull into the Library’s main parking lot, take an immediate left, and drive under the overhang. There, a group of volunteers will help unload the materials from the donor’s vehicle. Items will be sold with proceeds benefitting Library programs.
 
Saturday, March 11 Singing, Swinging Story Time, 11am
Child
 
This 11am story time in the Children’s Department is perfect for the whole family. Children of all ages will enjoy an extravaganza of stories, fingerplays, laughs, and songs accompanied by guitar! A parent or caregiver needs to accompany children to this 11am program in the Children’s Department.
 
Monday, March 13 Singing, Swinging Story Time, 6:30pm
Child
 
This 6:30pm story time in the Children’s Department is perfect for the whole family. Children of all ages will enjoy an extravaganza of stories, fingerplays, laughs, and songs accompanied by guitar! A parent or caregiver needs to accompany children to this 6:30pm program in the Children’s Department.
 
Monday, March 13 Be Our Guest, 6-8:30pm
Adult
 
Adults will celebrate the release of the live-action Beauty and the Beast movie with a variety of activities from 6-8:30pm in the Community Room. Enjoy ballroom dancing instruction by Next Step Dance Studio, crafts, trivia, quizzes, mingling, and an archery competition with a prize! Costumes are encouraged but not required. Dancing begins at 7:15pm.
 
Monday, March 13 AARP Tax-Aide, 9:15am
Adult
 
Tax Assistance will be available on most Mondays, Tuesdays, and Thursdays (*exceptions are listed below) from February 2 through April 17. On these dates, volunteers from AARP Tax-Aide will assist people from 9:15 am – 1 pm, with the last return each day started no later than 12:15 pm. Help is provided first-come first-served. Bring your W-2, social security card, social security statements, and tax forms to the Community Room. A social security card or statement is required for everyone whose name appears on the tax return. There are no age or income restrictions to receive aid. *No Tax-Aide on Monday Feb. 20, Tuesday Feb. 28, Monday Mar 27, or Thursday, April 13.
 
Tuesday, March 14 AARP Tax-Aide, 9:15am
Adult
 
Tax Assistance will be available on most Mondays, Tuesdays, and Thursdays (*exceptions are listed below) from February 2 through April 17. On these dates, volunteers from AARP Tax-Aide will assist people from 9:15 am – 1 pm, with the last return each day started no later than 12:15 pm. Help is provided first-come first-served. Bring your W-2, social security card, social security statements, and tax forms to the Community Room. A social security card or statement is required for everyone whose name appears on the tax return. There are no age or income restrictions to receive aid. *No Tax-Aide on Monday Feb. 20, Tuesday Feb. 28, Monday Mar 27, or Thursday, April 13.
 
Wednesday, March 15 Preschool Story Time, 10am
Child
 
Help your child build independent listening skills while learning and having fun! This interactive program at 10am in the Story Room features longer stories, flannel boards, music, puppets, and activities which help get your pre-readers ready for school.
 
Wednesday, March 15 Taxes and the IRS: Strategic Allocation, 6:30pm
Adult
 
Learn about your taxes. Get answers to these questions... Where do our taxes go? Do you need a tax advisor? How can you avoid taxes and benefit from tax-free savings? Why shouldn’t you wait to get your refund? Also included will be a review of tax-deferral vs tax-deductible vs tax-free, the basics of tax planning, and the creation of a financial road map. In the Community Room.
 
Thursday, March 16 Essentials of business with SCORE, 6:30pm
Adult
 
This four-part series is for small business owners and those interested in starting a small business. Tonight’s topic is “Creating a Strong Business Credit Profile” by Jerry Nutt. Meet at 6:30pm in the Community Room.
 
Thursday, March 16 Tinker Lab, 6:30-7:30pm
Child
 
Full S.T.E.A.M ahead! Kids in grades 3-5 are invited to join us from 6:30-7:30pm in the Story Room for hands-on projects that focus on Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math. In March, our theme will be Zoetropes. Participants will get lo-tech and build their own wheel of illusion! It will be like making a movie, only much, much shorter. Each program requires registration and is limited to 20 participants. Register by phone at 309-828-6094, in person at the Library, or online at BloomingtonLibrary.org. If a class reaches capacity, a waiting list will be started. The Tinker Lab programs are sponsored by the Golden Prairie Public Library District.
 
Thursday, March 16 AARP Tax-Aide, 9:15am
Adult
 
Tax Assistance will be available on most Mondays, Tuesdays, and Thursdays (*exceptions are listed below) from February 2 through April 17. On these dates, volunteers from AARP Tax-Aide will assist people from 9:15 am – 1 pm, with the last return each day started no later than 12:15 pm. Help is provided first-come first-served. Bring your W-2, social security card, social security statements, and tax forms to the Community Room. A social security card or statement is required for everyone whose name appears on the tax return. There are no age or income restrictions to receive aid. *No Tax-Aide on Monday Feb. 20, Tuesday Feb. 28, Monday Mar 27, or Thursday, April 13.
 
Friday, March 17 Move and Learn Story Time, 10am
Child
 
Kids ages 19 months-5 years old will sing, clap, and dance for 30 minutes of learning fun at 10am in the Story Room. A parent or caregiver needs to accompany children to this program.
 
Saturday, March 18 H. H. Holmes: America's First Serial Killer, 2pm
Adult
 
Explore the darker side of Chicago history with a showing of this hour-long documentary. Afterwards, award winning filmmaker John Borowski will discuss the making of his film and his book The Strange Case of Dr. H.H. Holmes. He will also sell and autograph copies of the DVD and the book. In the Community Room.
 
Sunday, March 19 Chicago, City of America’s Gilded Age, 2pm
Adult
 
Chicago epitomized the contradictions of the last decades of the nineteenth century. On one side were the technological and business inventiveness and the political, cultural, and intellectual liveliness of the era. Yet this was simultaneous to violent class and ethnic strife, decrepitude and exploitation. All aspects of U.S. urban industrialization were apparent in Chicago. This 2pm Community Room program provides an overview of Chicago’s Gilded Age, from the Great Fire of 1873 through the Columbian Exposition of 1893 and the Pullman Strike of 1894. This talk underscores Erik Larson’s point in Devil in the White City: Chicago represented the achievements and the dark side of the Gilded Age. Speaker Alan Lessoff is an ISU professor specializing in U.S. and comparative urban history. He has served as the editor of the Journal of the Gilded Age and Progressive Era. He is the author, co-author, or editor of six books. This program is part of our Annual Bloomington Reads Programming Series. Bloomington Reads is an annual community-wide reading, discussion, and program series. In 2017, Bloomington Reads will be based around the book The Devil in the White City by Erik Larson.
 
Monday, March 20 Adult DIY @ Your Library: Glass Etching, 6:30pm
Adult
 
Attendees will etch wine glasses, picture frames, and other glass pieces with vinyl stencils at 6:30pm in the Community Room. All supplies will be provided. Registration is required and opens at 10am on Monday, March 6. To register, call 309.261.3935 and leave a message which states he names and phone numbers of those registering for the program. Calling this number is the only way registration will be taken for this program. Each Adult DIY program is limited to 10 people. A waiting list will be created if necessary.
 
Monday, March 20 AARP Tax-Aide, 9:15am
Adult
 
Tax Assistance will be available on most Mondays, Tuesdays, and Thursdays (*exceptions are listed below) from February 2 through April 17. On these dates, volunteers from AARP Tax-Aide will assist people from 9:15 am – 1 pm, with the last return each day started no later than 12:15 pm. Help is provided first-come first-served. Bring your W-2, social security card, social security statements, and tax forms to the Community Room. A social security card or statement is required for everyone whose name appears on the tax return. There are no age or income restrictions to receive aid. *No Tax-Aide on Monday Feb. 20, Tuesday Feb. 28, Monday Mar 27, or Thursday, April 13.
 
Tuesday, March 21 AARP Tax-Aide, 9:15am
Adult
 
Tax Assistance will be available on most Mondays, Tuesdays, and Thursdays (*exceptions are listed below) from February 2 through April 17. On these dates, volunteers from AARP Tax-Aide will assist people from 9:15 am – 1 pm, with the last return each day started no later than 12:15 pm. Help is provided first-come first-served. Bring your W-2, social security card, social security statements, and tax forms to the Community Room. A social security card or statement is required for everyone whose name appears on the tax return. There are no age or income restrictions to receive aid. *No Tax-Aide on Monday Feb. 20, Tuesday Feb. 28, Monday Mar 27, or Thursday, April 13.
 
Wednesday, March 22 Preschool Story Time, 10am
Child
 
Help your child build independent listening skills while learning and having fun! This interactive program at 10am in the Story Room features longer stories, flannel boards, music, puppets, and activities which help get your pre-readers ready for school.
 
Wednesday, March 22 Foundation for Financial Education: Charitable Giving: Are You Charitable Minded?, 6:30pm
Adult
 
What will your legacy be? If you knew you could leave a planned "living legacy" while also providing a tax-free inheritance for your loved ones, would you want to know how? This 6:30pm Community Room class with Bernie Wrezinski will change your way of thinking and help you discover what a lifetime of giving through charitable trusts can mean for you. Learn about the impact you can have on people and charities you love and the exclusions and strategies that are available to you now.
 
Thursday, March 23 AARP Tax-Aide, 9:15am
Adult
 
Tax Assistance will be available on most Mondays, Tuesdays, and Thursdays (*exceptions are listed below) from February 2 through April 17. On these dates, volunteers from AARP Tax-Aide will assist people from 9:15 am – 1 pm, with the last return each day started no later than 12:15 pm. Help is provided first-come first-served. Bring your W-2, social security card, social security statements, and tax forms to the Community Room. A social security card or statement is required for everyone whose name appears on the tax return. There are no age or income restrictions to receive aid. *No Tax-Aide on Monday Feb. 20, Tuesday Feb. 28, Monday Mar 27, or Thursday, April 13.
 
Friday, March 24 Move and Learn Story Time, 10am
Child
 
Kids ages 19 months-5 years old will sing, clap, and dance for 30 minutes of learning fun in the Story Room. A parent or caregiver needs to accompany children to this program.
 
Monday, March 27 Spring Break Crafts
Child
 
Get out of the house and come to the Children’s Department for crafts as well as all the other fun activities the Library offers year-round including: games, computer access, Wi-Fi, educational toys, music, movies, and of course, books! During this time, District 87’s 5th Grade Art Fair will also be on display for viewing. Crafts will be available during all open business hours.
 
Tuesday, March 28 AARP Tax-Aide, 9:15am
Adult
 
Tax Assistance will be available on most Mondays, Tuesdays, and Thursdays (*exceptions are listed below) from February 2 through April 17. On these dates, volunteers from AARP Tax-Aide will assist people from 9:15 am – 1 pm, with the last return each day started no later than 12:15 pm. Help is provided first-come first-served. Bring your W-2, social security card, social security statements, and tax forms to the Community Room. A social security card or statement is required for everyone whose name appears on the tax return. There are no age or income restrictions to receive aid. *No Tax-Aide on Monday Feb. 20, Tuesday Feb. 28, Monday Mar 27, or Thursday, April 13.
 
Wednesday, March 29 Spring Break Crafts
Child
 
Get out of the house and come to the Children’s Department for crafts as well as all the other fun activities the Library offers year-round including: games, computer access, Wi-Fi, educational toys, music, movies, and of course, books! During this time, District 87’s 5th Grade Art Fair will also be on display for viewing. Crafts will be available during all open business hours.
 
Wednesday, March 29 Spring Break Movie, 1pm
Child
 
Enjoy the kid-friendly animated adventure Moana at 1pm in the Community Room. Moana tells the tale of a spirited teenager who sails out on a daring mission to prove herself a master way finder and fulfill her ancestors’ unfinished quest. During her journey, she meets the once-mighty demi-god Maui, and together, they traverse the ocean on an action-packed voyage, encountering enormous fiery creatures and impossible odds.
 
Thursday, March 30 Spring Break Crafts
Child
 
Get out of the house and come to the Children’s Department for crafts as well as all the other fun activities the Library offers year-round including: games, computer access, Wi-Fi, educational toys, music, movies, and of course, books! During this time, District 87’s 5th Grade Art Fair will also be on display for viewing. Crafts will be available during all open business hours.
 
Thursday, March 30 AARP Tax-Aide, 9:15am
Adult
 
Tax Assistance will be available on most Mondays, Tuesdays, and Thursdays (*exceptions are listed below) from February 2 through April 17. On these dates, volunteers from AARP Tax-Aide will assist people from 9:15 am – 1 pm, with the last return each day started no later than 12:15 pm. Help is provided first-come first-served. Bring your W-2, social security card, social security statements, and tax forms to the Community Room. A social security card or statement is required for everyone whose name appears on the tax return. There are no age or income restrictions to receive aid. *No Tax-Aide on Monday Feb. 20, Tuesday Feb. 28, Monday Mar 27, or Thursday, April 13.
 
Friday, March 31 Spring Break Crafts
Child
 
Get out of the house and come to the Children’s Department for crafts as well as all the other fun activities the Library offers year-round including: games, computer access, Wi-Fi, educational toys, music, movies, and of course, books! During this time, District 87’s 5th Grade Art Fair will also be on display for viewing. Crafts will be available during all open business hours.
 
Sunday, February 26 CANCELLED-Ghosts? Here in Bloomington-Normal?, 2pm
 
PROGRAM IS CANCELLED Deborah Carr Senger is a local historic paranormal investigator, spiritual medium, author of Haunted Bloomington-Normal, IL, and owner/operator of www.spiritsofbloomington.com. At 2pm in the Community Room, she will take you on her own paranormal journey to uncover the history, haunts, and myths of the Twin Cities. From the footsteps of Abraham Lincoln to the phantom scent of burned rubber on Route 66, ghoulish and supernatural visions flourish in Bloomington-Normal. Autographed books will be available for purchase after the presentation.
 
Monday, February 27 DIY for Adults: Kokedama (Japanese Moss Garden Ball) – registration required
 
Come to the Library’s Community Room at 6:30pm to learn about a low-water planting technique that’s becoming more common in the states. This program will also be offered at 10am on February 28. Each DIY class is offered twice and each is limited to 10 people; you may register for one of each class offered. Registration for this program opens at 10am on Monday, February 13. To register, call 309.261.3935. This is the only number at which DIY registrations will be taken. Leave a message with 1) the name(s) and phone number(s) of the people registering, and 2) which date time you want to attend. There will be no online or in-person registration accepted for these programs. A Wait List will be created if necessary. These programs are for adults, age 17 and older.
 
Monday, February 27 AARP Tax-Aide, 9:15am
 
Tax Assistance will be available on most Mondays, Tuesdays, and Thursdays (*exceptions are listed below) from February 2 through April 17. On these dates, volunteers from AARP Tax-Aide will assist people from 9:15 am – 1 pm, with the last return each day started no later than 12:15 pm. Help is provided first-come first-served. Bring your W-2, social security card, social security statements, and tax forms to the Community Room. A social security card or statement is required for everyone whose name appears on the tax return. There are no age or income restrictions to receive aid. -- *No Tax-Aide on Monday Feb. 20, Tuesday Feb. 28, Monday Mar 27, or Thursday, April 13.
 
Tuesday, February 28 DIY for Adults: Kokedama (Japanese Moss Garden Ball) – registration required, 10am
 
Come to the Library’s Community Room at 10am to learn about a low-water planting technique that’s becoming more common in the states. This program will also be offered at 10am on February 28. Each DIY class is offered twice and each is limited to 10 people; you may register for one of each class offered. Registration for this program opens at 10am on Monday, February 13. To register, call 309.261.3935. This is the only number at which DIY registrations will be taken. Leave a message with 1) the name(s) and phone number(s) of the people registering, and 2) which date time you want to attend. There will be no online or in-person registration accepted for these programs. A Wait List will be created if necessary. These programs are for adults, age 17 and older.
 
Thursday, March 2 AARP Tax-Aide, 9:15am
 
Tax Assistance will be available on most Mondays, Tuesdays, and Thursdays (*exceptions are listed below) from February 2 through April 17. On these dates, volunteers from AARP Tax-Aide will assist people from 9:15 am – 1 pm, with the last return each day started no later than 12:15 pm. Help is provided first-come first-served. Bring your W-2, social security card, social security statements, and tax forms to the Community Room. A social security card or statement is required for everyone whose name appears on the tax return. There are no age or income restrictions to receive aid. *No Tax-Aide on Monday Feb. 20, Tuesday Feb. 28, Monday Mar 27, or Thursday, April 13.
 
Saturday, March 4 Tickets Go On Sale for BPL’s April 12 Reception with Author Erik Larson, 9am
 
Tickets for the Reception with Erik Larson, author of The Devil in the White City, will go on sale at 9am on Saturday, March 4, at the Bloomington Public Library and online at bloomingtonlibrary.org. Tickets cost $50 per person; a maximum of 100 tickets will be sold. The reception will take place on Wednesday, April 12, at 6pm on the BCPA stage. A free author presentation will take place in the BCPA theater beginning at 7pm.
 
Monday, March 6 Books on Tap Book Club, 7pm
 
This book club will meet at 7pm on the upper level of Lucca Grill, 116 E. Market St, Bloomington, to discuss The Coldest Winter Ever by Sister Souljah.
 
Monday, March 6 AARP Tax-Aide, 9:15am
 
Tax Assistance will be available on most Mondays, Tuesdays, and Thursdays (*exceptions are listed below) from February 2 through April 17. On these dates, volunteers from AARP Tax-Aide will assist people from 9:15 am – 1 pm, with the last return each day started no later than 12:15 pm. Help is provided first-come first-served. Bring your W-2, social security card, social security statements, and tax forms to the Community Room. A social security card or statement is required for everyone whose name appears on the tax return. There are no age or income restrictions to receive aid. *No Tax-Aide on Monday Feb. 20, Tuesday Feb. 28, Monday Mar 27, or Thursday, April 13.
 
Tuesday, March 7 AARP Tax-Aide, 9:15am
 
Tax Assistance will be available on most Mondays, Tuesdays, and Thursdays (*exceptions are listed below) from February 2 through April 17. On these dates, volunteers from AARP Tax-Aide will assist people from 9:15 am – 1 pm, with the last return each day started no later than 12:15 pm. Help is provided first-come first-served. Bring your W-2, social security card, social security statements, and tax forms to the Community Room. A social security card or statement is required for everyone whose name appears on the tax return. There are no age or income restrictions to receive aid. *No Tax-Aide on Monday Feb. 20, Tuesday Feb. 28, Monday Mar 27, or Thursday, April 13.
 
Thursday, March 9 AARP Tax-Aide, 9:15am
 
Tax Assistance will be available on most Mondays, Tuesdays, and Thursdays (*exceptions are listed below) from February 2 through April 17. On these dates, volunteers from AARP Tax-Aide will assist people from 9:15am-1pm, with the last return each day started no later than 12:15 pm. Help is provided first-come first-served. Bring your W-2, social security card, social security statements, and tax forms to the Community Room. A social security card or statement is required for everyone whose name appears on the tax return. There are no age or income restrictions to receive aid. *No Tax-Aide on Monday Feb. 20, Tuesday Feb. 28, Monday Mar 27, or Thursday, April 13.
 
Friday, March 10 Monthly Donation Day, 10am
 
Library volunteers will accept donations of gently used books, audio books, DVDs, CDs, and BluRays on the second Saturday of each month from 10am-3pm. Those wishing to donate are asked to bring the materials to the Community Room or pull into the Library’s main parking lot, take an immediate left, and drive under the overhang. There, a group of volunteers will help unload the materials from the donor’s vehicle. Items will be sold with proceeds benefitting Library programs.
 
Monday, March 13 Be Our Guest, 6-8:30pm
 
Adults will celebrate the release of the live-action Beauty and the Beast movie with a variety of activities from 6-8:30pm in the Community Room. Enjoy ballroom dancing instruction by Next Step Dance Studio, crafts, trivia, quizzes, mingling, and an archery competition with a prize! Costumes are encouraged but not required. Dancing begins at 7:15pm.
 
Monday, March 13 AARP Tax-Aide, 9:15am
 
Tax Assistance will be available on most Mondays, Tuesdays, and Thursdays (*exceptions are listed below) from February 2 through April 17. On these dates, volunteers from AARP Tax-Aide will assist people from 9:15 am – 1 pm, with the last return each day started no later than 12:15 pm. Help is provided first-come first-served. Bring your W-2, social security card, social security statements, and tax forms to the Community Room. A social security card or statement is required for everyone whose name appears on the tax return. There are no age or income restrictions to receive aid. *No Tax-Aide on Monday Feb. 20, Tuesday Feb. 28, Monday Mar 27, or Thursday, April 13.
 
Tuesday, March 14 AARP Tax-Aide, 9:15am
 
Tax Assistance will be available on most Mondays, Tuesdays, and Thursdays (*exceptions are listed below) from February 2 through April 17. On these dates, volunteers from AARP Tax-Aide will assist people from 9:15 am – 1 pm, with the last return each day started no later than 12:15 pm. Help is provided first-come first-served. Bring your W-2, social security card, social security statements, and tax forms to the Community Room. A social security card or statement is required for everyone whose name appears on the tax return. There are no age or income restrictions to receive aid. *No Tax-Aide on Monday Feb. 20, Tuesday Feb. 28, Monday Mar 27, or Thursday, April 13.
 
Wednesday, March 15 Taxes and the IRS: Strategic Allocation, 6:30pm
 
Learn about your taxes. Get answers to these questions... Where do our taxes go? Do you need a tax advisor? How can you avoid taxes and benefit from tax-free savings? Why shouldn’t you wait to get your refund? Also included will be a review of tax-deferral vs tax-deductible vs tax-free, the basics of tax planning, and the creation of a financial road map. In the Community Room.
 
Thursday, March 16 Essentials of business with SCORE, 6:30pm
 
This four-part series is for small business owners and those interested in starting a small business. Tonight’s topic is “Creating a Strong Business Credit Profile” by Jerry Nutt. Meet at 6:30pm in the Community Room.
 
Thursday, March 16 AARP Tax-Aide, 9:15am
 
Tax Assistance will be available on most Mondays, Tuesdays, and Thursdays (*exceptions are listed below) from February 2 through April 17. On these dates, volunteers from AARP Tax-Aide will assist people from 9:15 am – 1 pm, with the last return each day started no later than 12:15 pm. Help is provided first-come first-served. Bring your W-2, social security card, social security statements, and tax forms to the Community Room. A social security card or statement is required for everyone whose name appears on the tax return. There are no age or income restrictions to receive aid. *No Tax-Aide on Monday Feb. 20, Tuesday Feb. 28, Monday Mar 27, or Thursday, April 13.
 
Saturday, March 18 H. H. Holmes: America's First Serial Killer, 2pm
 
Explore the darker side of Chicago history with a showing of this hour-long documentary. Afterwards, award winning filmmaker John Borowski will discuss the making of his film and his book The Strange Case of Dr. H.H. Holmes. He will also sell and autograph copies of the DVD and the book. In the Community Room.
 
Sunday, March 19 Chicago, City of America’s Gilded Age, 2pm
 
Chicago epitomized the contradictions of the last decades of the nineteenth century. On one side were the technological and business inventiveness and the political, cultural, and intellectual liveliness of the era. Yet this was simultaneous to violent class and ethnic strife, decrepitude and exploitation. All aspects of U.S. urban industrialization were apparent in Chicago. This 2pm Community Room program provides an overview of Chicago’s Gilded Age, from the Great Fire of 1873 through the Columbian Exposition of 1893 and the Pullman Strike of 1894. This talk underscores Erik Larson’s point in Devil in the White City: Chicago represented the achievements and the dark side of the Gilded Age. Speaker Alan Lessoff is an ISU professor specializing in U.S. and comparative urban history. He has served as the editor of the Journal of the Gilded Age and Progressive Era. He is the author, co-author, or editor of six books. This program is part of our Annual Bloomington Reads Programming Series. Bloomington Reads is an annual community-wide reading, discussion, and program series. In 2017, Bloomington Reads will be based around the book The Devil in the White City by Erik Larson.
 
Monday, March 20 Adult DIY @ Your Library: Glass Etching, 6:30pm
 
Attendees will etch wine glasses, picture frames, and other glass pieces with vinyl stencils at 6:30pm in the Community Room. All supplies will be provided. Registration is required and opens at 10am on Monday, March 6. To register, call 309.261.3935 and leave a message which states he names and phone numbers of those registering for the program. Calling this number is the only way registration will be taken for this program. Each Adult DIY program is limited to 10 people. A waiting list will be created if necessary.
 
Monday, March 20 AARP Tax-Aide, 9:15am
 
Tax Assistance will be available on most Mondays, Tuesdays, and Thursdays (*exceptions are listed below) from February 2 through April 17. On these dates, volunteers from AARP Tax-Aide will assist people from 9:15 am – 1 pm, with the last return each day started no later than 12:15 pm. Help is provided first-come first-served. Bring your W-2, social security card, social security statements, and tax forms to the Community Room. A social security card or statement is required for everyone whose name appears on the tax return. There are no age or income restrictions to receive aid. *No Tax-Aide on Monday Feb. 20, Tuesday Feb. 28, Monday Mar 27, or Thursday, April 13.
 
Tuesday, March 21 AARP Tax-Aide, 9:15am
 
Tax Assistance will be available on most Mondays, Tuesdays, and Thursdays (*exceptions are listed below) from February 2 through April 17. On these dates, volunteers from AARP Tax-Aide will assist people from 9:15 am – 1 pm, with the last return each day started no later than 12:15 pm. Help is provided first-come first-served. Bring your W-2, social security card, social security statements, and tax forms to the Community Room. A social security card or statement is required for everyone whose name appears on the tax return. There are no age or income restrictions to receive aid. *No Tax-Aide on Monday Feb. 20, Tuesday Feb. 28, Monday Mar 27, or Thursday, April 13.
 
Wednesday, March 22 Foundation for Financial Education: Charitable Giving: Are You Charitable Minded?, 6:30pm
 
What will your legacy be? If you knew you could leave a planned "living legacy" while also providing a tax-free inheritance for your loved ones, would you want to know how? This 6:30pm Community Room class with Bernie Wrezinski will change your way of thinking and help you discover what a lifetime of giving through charitable trusts can mean for you. Learn about the impact you can have on people and charities you love and the exclusions and strategies that are available to you now.
 
Thursday, March 23 AARP Tax-Aide, 9:15am
 
Tax Assistance will be available on most Mondays, Tuesdays, and Thursdays (*exceptions are listed below) from February 2 through April 17. On these dates, volunteers from AARP Tax-Aide will assist people from 9:15 am – 1 pm, with the last return each day started no later than 12:15 pm. Help is provided first-come first-served. Bring your W-2, social security card, social security statements, and tax forms to the Community Room. A social security card or statement is required for everyone whose name appears on the tax return. There are no age or income restrictions to receive aid. *No Tax-Aide on Monday Feb. 20, Tuesday Feb. 28, Monday Mar 27, or Thursday, April 13.
 
Tuesday, March 28 AARP Tax-Aide, 9:15am
 
Tax Assistance will be available on most Mondays, Tuesdays, and Thursdays (*exceptions are listed below) from February 2 through April 17. On these dates, volunteers from AARP Tax-Aide will assist people from 9:15 am – 1 pm, with the last return each day started no later than 12:15 pm. Help is provided first-come first-served. Bring your W-2, social security card, social security statements, and tax forms to the Community Room. A social security card or statement is required for everyone whose name appears on the tax return. There are no age or income restrictions to receive aid. *No Tax-Aide on Monday Feb. 20, Tuesday Feb. 28, Monday Mar 27, or Thursday, April 13.
 
Thursday, March 30 AARP Tax-Aide, 9:15am
 
Tax Assistance will be available on most Mondays, Tuesdays, and Thursdays (*exceptions are listed below) from February 2 through April 17. On these dates, volunteers from AARP Tax-Aide will assist people from 9:15 am – 1 pm, with the last return each day started no later than 12:15 pm. Help is provided first-come first-served. Bring your W-2, social security card, social security statements, and tax forms to the Community Room. A social security card or statement is required for everyone whose name appears on the tax return. There are no age or income restrictions to receive aid. *No Tax-Aide on Monday Feb. 20, Tuesday Feb. 28, Monday Mar 27, or Thursday, April 13.
 
Friday, February 24 Move and Learn Story Time, 10am
 
Kids age 19 months-5 years will sing, clap, and dance for 30 minutes of learning fun at 10am in the Story Room. A parent or caregiver needs to accompany children to this program.
 
Saturday, February 25 Sensory Friendly Movie, 10am
 
A sensory friendly movie will be shown from 10am-12pm in the Community Room for guests and families of all abilities. We will have lights turned up, sounds turned down with captions on, and guests will be invited to get up, dance, walk, or shout! Children of all abilities are invited to attend. No registration is required for this feature-length movie showing. Call the Children’s Desk at 828.6094 to learn the title of the movie being shown.
 
Monday, February 27 Book Adventures, 6:30pm
 
Calling all K-2 super spies! Report to the Story Room at 6:30pm to receive your mission. Tonight, we’ll focus on Adam Sharp: Operation Spy School by George Edward Stanley.
 
Tuesday, February 28 Brick by Brick Duplo© Story Time, 10-11am
 
What could be more fun that a story and brick play with DUPLO© blocks? Let’s read, build, and play together! Those age preschool and younger, along with their caregiver, should plan to join us from 10-11am in the Children’s Department for our themed story time. Then, caregivers will watch as their children create their own characters and settings with blocks. There will be a little help from you and some visual clues from us. Block play encourages children to describe their actions to retell their own story about their creation. Pictures of projects are encouraged since block projects will not be able to go home with your child. This program is geared for a child and adult shared experience. Note: Blocks will be provided. Please leave your own blocks at home. This program is not suitable for groups.
 
Tuesday, February 28 School-Age Lego© Block Party, 6:30pm
 
Have you got the winter blues? Join our Block Party! LEGO© blocks are one of the most popular toys for children. Kids in grades K-5 will join us from 6:30-8:30pm in the Children’s Department as we build creative projects. There will be time for creative play after the project is finished. We will be taking pictures of your finished projects at the photo booth, or you may take a selfie. These colorful, interlocking, plastic bricks promote creative play, which leads to laying down a foundation for logical, mathematical thinking, scientific reasoning, and problem solving. A DUPLO© block area will be provided for younger children accompanied by a caregiver. Tonight’s theme is LEGOs in Space. Note: Blocks will be provided. Please leave your own blocks at home. Not suitable for groups.
 
Wednesday, March 1 Preschool Story Time, 10am
 
Help your child build independent listening skills while learning and having fun at 10am in the Story Room! This interactive program features longer stories, flannel boards, music, puppets, and activities which help get your pre-readers ready for school.
 
Friday, March 3 Move and Learn Story Time, 10am
 
Kids ages 19 months-5 years old will sing, clap, and dance for 30 minutes of learning fun at 10am in the Story Room. A parent or caregiver needs to accompany children to this program.
 
Saturday, March 4 Happy Birthday, Dr. Seuss!, 11am-1pm
 
Join us as we celebrate Dr. Seuss’ birthday. We will begin the program with stories from the Clothespin Puppets at 11am in the Children’s Department, followed by crafts until 1pm. This program is sponsored by the Golden Prairie Public Library District.
 
Wednesday, March 8 Preschool Story Time, 10am
 
Help your child build independent listening skills while learning and having fun! This interactive program at 10am in the Story Room features longer stories, flannel boards, music, puppets, and activities which help get your pre-readers ready for school.
 
Friday, March 10 Move and Learn Story Time, 10am
 
Kids ages 19 months-5 years old will sing, clap, and dance for 30 minutes of learning fun at 10am in the Story Room. A parent or caregiver needs to accompany children to this program.
 
Saturday, March 11 Singing, Swinging Story Time, 11am
 
This 11am story time in the Children’s Department is perfect for the whole family. Children of all ages will enjoy an extravaganza of stories, fingerplays, laughs, and songs accompanied by guitar! A parent or caregiver needs to accompany children to this 11am program in the Children’s Department.
 
Monday, March 13 Singing, Swinging Story Time, 6:30pm
 
This 6:30pm story time in the Children’s Department is perfect for the whole family. Children of all ages will enjoy an extravaganza of stories, fingerplays, laughs, and songs accompanied by guitar! A parent or caregiver needs to accompany children to this 6:30pm program in the Children’s Department.
 
Wednesday, March 15 Preschool Story Time, 10am
 
Help your child build independent listening skills while learning and having fun! This interactive program at 10am in the Story Room features longer stories, flannel boards, music, puppets, and activities which help get your pre-readers ready for school.
 
Thursday, March 16 Tinker Lab, 6:30-7:30pm
 
Full S.T.E.A.M ahead! Kids in grades 3-5 are invited to join us from 6:30-7:30pm in the Story Room for hands-on projects that focus on Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math. In March, our theme will be Zoetropes. Participants will get lo-tech and build their own wheel of illusion! It will be like making a movie, only much, much shorter. Each program requires registration and is limited to 20 participants. Register by phone at 309-828-6094, in person at the Library, or online at BloomingtonLibrary.org. If a class reaches capacity, a waiting list will be started. The Tinker Lab programs are sponsored by the Golden Prairie Public Library District.
 
Friday, March 17 Move and Learn Story Time, 10am
 
Kids ages 19 months-5 years old will sing, clap, and dance for 30 minutes of learning fun at 10am in the Story Room. A parent or caregiver needs to accompany children to this program.
 
Wednesday, March 22 Preschool Story Time, 10am
 
Help your child build independent listening skills while learning and having fun! This interactive program at 10am in the Story Room features longer stories, flannel boards, music, puppets, and activities which help get your pre-readers ready for school.
 
Friday, March 24 Move and Learn Story Time, 10am
 
Kids ages 19 months-5 years old will sing, clap, and dance for 30 minutes of learning fun in the Story Room. A parent or caregiver needs to accompany children to this program.
 
Monday, March 27 Spring Break Crafts
 
Get out of the house and come to the Children’s Department for crafts as well as all the other fun activities the Library offers year-round including: games, computer access, Wi-Fi, educational toys, music, movies, and of course, books! During this time, District 87’s 5th Grade Art Fair will also be on display for viewing. Crafts will be available during all open business hours.
 
Wednesday, March 29 Spring Break Crafts
 
Get out of the house and come to the Children’s Department for crafts as well as all the other fun activities the Library offers year-round including: games, computer access, Wi-Fi, educational toys, music, movies, and of course, books! During this time, District 87’s 5th Grade Art Fair will also be on display for viewing. Crafts will be available during all open business hours.
 
Wednesday, March 29 Spring Break Movie, 1pm
 
Enjoy the kid-friendly animated adventure Moana at 1pm in the Community Room. Moana tells the tale of a spirited teenager who sails out on a daring mission to prove herself a master way finder and fulfill her ancestors’ unfinished quest. During her journey, she meets the once-mighty demi-god Maui, and together, they traverse the ocean on an action-packed voyage, encountering enormous fiery creatures and impossible odds.
 
Thursday, March 30 Spring Break Crafts
 
Get out of the house and come to the Children’s Department for crafts as well as all the other fun activities the Library offers year-round including: games, computer access, Wi-Fi, educational toys, music, movies, and of course, books! During this time, District 87’s 5th Grade Art Fair will also be on display for viewing. Crafts will be available during all open business hours.
 
Friday, March 31 Spring Break Crafts
 
Get out of the house and come to the Children’s Department for crafts as well as all the other fun activities the Library offers year-round including: games, computer access, Wi-Fi, educational toys, music, movies, and of course, books! During this time, District 87’s 5th Grade Art Fair will also be on display for viewing. Crafts will be available during all open business hours.
 
Friday, February 24
10:30am
 
Westminster Village
 
Saturday, February 25
10-11am
 
Heartland Hills
 
Saturday, February 25
11:45am
 
Shirley
 
Saturday, February 25
8:30am
 
Fox Creek
 
Monday, February 27
2:45pm
 
Ekstam Dr
 
Monday, February 27
5:30pm
 
Rollingbrook South
 
Monday, February 27
7:15pm
 
Phillip Place
 
Tuesday, February 28
3-4pm
 
Beich Rd
 
Tuesday, February 28
5:30pm
 
Eagle Creek
 
Tuesday, February 28
7:15pm
 
Stevenson School
 
Wednesday, March 1
3-4pm
 
Spring Ridge
 
Wednesday, March 1
5:30pm
 
Suburban East
 
Wednesday, March 1
7:30pm
 
Garling Heights
 
Thursday, March 2
3:30pm
 
Sunnyside Park
 
Thursday, March 2
5:30pm
 
Pepper Ridge
 
Thursday, March 2
7:30pm
 
Blooming Grove
 
Friday, March 3
10:30am
 
Hilltop Mobile Home
 
Friday, March 3
12-1pmw
 
Market Square Shopping Center
 
Saturday, March 4
10:15-11am
 
Ellsworth
 
Saturday, March 4
12-1pm
 
Eagle Crest East
 
Saturday, March 4
8:45am
 
Arrowsmith
 
Monday, March 6
3:30pm
 
Arbors Apts
 
Monday, March 6
5:30pm
 
Royal Pointe
 
Monday, March 6
7:15pm
 
Old Farm Lakes
 
Tuesday, March 7
3-4:30pm
 
Turnberry Village
 
Tuesday, March 7
5:30pm
 
Golden Eagle
 
Tuesday, March 7
7:30pm
 
Ponds Apts
 
Wednesday, March 8
3-4:15pm
 
Rainbow Ave
 
Wednesday, March 8
5:30pm
 
Bohmer Dr
 
Wednesday, March 8
7:30pm
 
Hershey Grove
 
Thursday, March 9
5:30pm
 
Eagle Ridge
 
Thursday, March 9
7:30pm
 
Ballybunion
 
Thursday, March 9
9:30am
 
Wingover Apts
 
Friday, March 10
10:30am
 
Angler's Manor
 
Friday, March 10
12-1pm
 
Colonial Plaza
 
Saturday, March 11
11:45am
 
White Eagle
 
Saturday, March 11
8:30-11am
 
Freedom Oil
 
Monday, March 13
3:30pm
 
Waterford Estates
 
Monday, March 13
5:30-7pm
 
The Grove
 
Monday, March 13
7:45pm
 
Broadmoor
 
Tuesday, March 14
3-4:15pm
 
Four Seasons
 
Tuesday, March 14
5:30pm
 
Oakwood
 
Tuesday, March 14
7:15pm
 
Park Place
 
Wednesday, March 15
2:30pm
 
Grandview Estates
 
Wednesday, March 15
5:30pm
 
North Pointe
 
Wednesday, March 15
7:30pm
 
Eagle Crest
 
Thursday, March 16
5:30-8pm
 
Wingover Apts
 
Friday, March 17
10:30am
 
Westminster Village
 
Saturday, March 18
10-11am
 
Heartland Hills
 
Saturday, March 18
11:45am
 
Shirley
 
Saturday, March 18
8:30am
 
Fox Creek
 
Monday, March 20
2:45pm
 
Ekstam Dr
 
Monday, March 20
5:30pm
 
Rollingbrook South
 
Monday, March 20
7:15pm
 
Phillip Place
 
Tuesday, March 21
3-4pm
 
Beich Rd
 
Tuesday, March 21
5:30pm
 
Eagle Creek
 
Tuesday, March 21
7:15pm
 
Stevenson School
 
Wednesday, March 22
3-4pm
 
Spring Ridge
 
Wednesday, March 22
5:30pm
 
Suburban East
 
Wednesday, March 22
7:30pm
 
Garling Heights
 
Thursday, March 23
3:30pm
 
Sunnyside Park
 
Thursday, March 23
5:30pm
 
Pepper Ridge
 
Thursday, March 23
7:30pm
 
Blooming Grove
 
Friday, March 24
10:30am
 
Hilltop Mobile Home
 
Friday, March 24
12-1pm
 
Market Square Shopping Center
 
Saturday, March 25
10:15-11am
 
Ellsworth
 
Saturday, March 25
12-1pm
 
Eagle Crest East
 
Saturday, March 25
8:45am
 
Arrowsmith
 
Monday, March 27
3:30pm
 
Arbors Apts
 
Monday, March 27
5:30pm
 
Royal Pointe
 
Monday, March 27
7:15pm
 
Old Farm Lakes
 
Tuesday, March 28
3-4:30pm
 
Turnberry Village
 
Tuesday, March 28
5:30pm
 
Golden Eagle
 
Tuesday, March 28
7:30pm
 
Ponds Apts
 
Wednesday, March 29
3-4:15pm
 
Rainbow Ave
 
Wednesday, March 29
5:30pm
 
Bohmer Dr
 
Wednesday, March 29
7:30pm
 
Hershey Grove
 
Thursday, March 30
5:30pm
 
Eagle Ridge
 
Thursday, March 30
7:30pm
 
Ballybunion
 
Thursday, March 30
9:30am
 
Wingover Apts