Events will be located at the Weatherford Public Library unless otherwise noted.
Adult Summer Library Challenge
June 1st - August 16th, 2020
The Weatherford Public Library offers aSummer Library Challenge for adults of any age! Why should kids have all of the fun? For ten weeks during the summer, you can earn prizes by reading, attending programs, and exploring library resources.
Book Club - Virtual Event
Third Thursday of the month | 6:00 - 7:30 p.m.
*Tuesday, August 25th - Olive Kitteridge by Elizabeth Strout *Date change
Adults of all ages are welcome to join us virtually to discuss the book selection of the month. Copies of the selected book for each month can be reserved by contacting Melissa at firstname.lastname@example.org while supplies last. Please contact Rachel for more information on how to access the virtual meeting.
Genealogy Programs -
Presented by Patti Gillespie of Family Lines and Stories
I’ve Got My Ancestry DNA Report:
Evaluating My Test Results For Connections (Intermediate)
Tuesday, August 4th | 6:00 - 7:30 p.m.
This presentation takes understanding the DNA report to the next level. As a warm-up, we will touch on the DNA Ethnicity Report, the DNA Circles and the DNA Story; more importantly, we will calculate, find matches, evaluate the degree of relationship, and compare DNA. This course is geared for those who are beyond beginner and looking to build a greater knowledge of the power of genetics in genealogy.
These events will be presented virtually via Go To Meeting. Register at Eventbrite to receive the log-in information for accessing the virtual presentation.
Special Needs Homeschool Tips
Thursday, August 13th | 6:00 - 8:00 p.m.
Do you have questions on homeschooling your special needs child at home? Whether your child has classroom or clinic-based experiences, learning at home can really make a difference in outcome. This PowerPoint virtual event will discuss six key areas that are helpful for special needs children and how to modify their education in the home in ways they learn best, such as Discrete Trial Training and
Applied Behavior Analysis.
While the emphasis will be on students with cognitive difficulties, such as ASD and Down Syndrome, parents of students with physical or behavioral issues may also benefit from this program. The six tip areas are: Rewards & Boards, Language Development, Sight-Based Reading (for those unable to learn phonics), Task Boxes & Busy Bags, Incorporating Practical Life Skills, and Behavior Management & Stress Relief Techniques.
This event will be presented virtually via Go To Meeting. Register at Eventbrite to receive the log-in information for accessing the virtual presentation.
American Red Cross Blood Drive
Tuesday, September 22nd | 11:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Visit the library and help save a life! For appointments please visit: www.redcrossblood.org and search for sponsor code parkercountyarc or call 1-800-REDCROSS.
If you have any questions please contact the library at 817-598-4150.
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