Despite the proliferation of social media, many adults still describe themselves as lonely. If you'd like an opportunity to socialize casually in a safe, local environment, as well as be entertained and/or learn a new craft, come to the Springville Road Library this fall.
Beginning in September, we will show a morning matinee for adults at 10:00 every Friday, followed by Zumba at noon. On Monday mornings at 11:00, join our crafting group for adults: Let Us Bee. No experience required, all materials provided, and all adults welcome.
Movies, Zumba, and Let Us Bee programs are free. So come see and be seen! Also ask about the fall series of programs we're offering on growing, preparing, and preserving fresh fruits in urban settings. For more information about all programs, please call the Springville Road Library at 226-4081 or check for upcoming library events on Birmingham365.
Springville Road Library
Tuesday, August 21, 2012
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