Programs / Classes
Kids going into grades 5-8 are invited to attend a special LEGO robotics program, presented by the folks at NASA, on July 2nd at 2:00PM. Teens going into grades 9-12 will have their own session on July 9th at 12:00PM. Space is limited, so registration is required. Call or visit Marion County Public Library to sign-up.
The Hamstead Players return to Marion County Public Library on August 1st at 2:00PM to present The Legend of King Arthur.
Join King Arthur and the Knights of the Round Table in this legendary story of the sword and the stone! In our quest, Merlin and Arthur battle their adversaries, Morgana Le Fay and her son, Mordred, for the rights to the sword called Excalibur and Camelot. The legend comes to life in this historic tale of medieval adventure!
The Carnegie Science Center will present Colossal Fossil Fuels at Marion County Public Library on July 21st, 2:00PM.
It’s an epic energy adventure millions of years in the making! Journey through time in search of coal, oil, and natural gas. Travel to Prehistoric Park, roar with ancient animals, and discover the plants and plankton that became fossil fuels. At Geology Junction, use sound and electricity to locate underground fuel deposits. At Rockbuster Rig, extract natural gas from the region’s Marcellus Shale formation.
The West Virginia Geological Survery will give a presentation on West Virginia rocks at the Marion County Public Library. The presentation will take place Friday, July 11th at 2:00pm.
Drop by the Fairview Public Library on July 31st from 9 am - 4 pm and test your wits on history, sports, and general knowledge questions. If you’re the contestant with the most correct answers, you’ll win a prize! Patrons ages 14-up are eligible to participate.
Susan McGinley from the West Virginia Library Commission will return on July 9th for two sessions as the featured storyteller for Fairview's Summer Reading Finale at the Fairview Town Hall.
2-5 yr olds @ 10 am
6-9 yr olds @ 1 pm
Fairview Public Library's Cook-a-Book Season’s Eatings, Season’s Readings classes come to an end in July. On July 1st, we will be celebrating Summer with games, fun, and food at the Fairview Community Park. It’ll be an olympic event!