Greenwood Indiana Events
Preschoolers and their families are invited to an online storytelling session presented by the Greenwood Community Library and Wood County Library's Children's Book Club. This cheerful time of year is the perfect time for this 10-part children's book series, which highlights the diversity of family, culture and festivals.
At the end of the course, you can add text to a document, insert and apply basic formatting, use zoom chat and screen sharing, and figure out how to turn on the microphone and video. This lab will help you become a confident zoom user, willing to participate in online meetings and the library's zoom program.
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Put on comfortable hiking shoes, play with your friends in the library and have fun developing your early reading and writing skills. We invite adults and are looking for you to discuss with us the Chronicles of Narnia, the heart-warming stories of the Little Mermaid and other classic fairy tales. Come and enjoy a fun, interactive and family-friendly event for children and their families.
Staff are available for guided tours and offer cemetery visitors hot dogs, chips and drinks as long as the items are sufficient for the cemetery visitors. Participants are invited to vote at lunch so that those who represent us know where we stand on certain issues. Entry is made on presentation of a valid identity document, a valid driving licence, an identity card or another valid identity document.
If the MF continues until 6 p.m., the cemetery will be open to the public from 6: 30 p.m. to 7: 45 p.m. for a public picnic with free parking.
Duke Energy and Lake City Bank are sponsoring "Good Follower," a free, open-to-the-public walk through the park from 10: 30 a.m. to noon. Made from recycled materials, this medium-sized sculpture is unique and fun. It is open to the public on Saturday from 12 noon to 5 pm. The Greenville County Health Department's hospice pathway - at the clinic - will be closed from 2 to 3: 45 p.m., with a walk in and out at the end of the day on Sunday.
The "legislative lunch" is an opportunity for members and investors to spend time with local and state legislators who will participate in panel discussions. During lunch, participants will have the opportunity to ask questions of elected top officials and get a sense of what is most important to them. The keynote speaker is a writer and speaker who encourages families and equips churches for their foster and adoption journeys. This will define who you are as a coachable follower and what you can do to be a better leader in your church, family, community and community.
Play as many rounds as you can in an hour and enter a raffle for weekly prizes for the winner of each round.
We will read stories, sing songs and show some craft activities that you can do together with materials you already have at home. We hope that Memorial Day Youth Essay Contest will inspire young people in our community to learn more about the true meaning of this special day. Learn about events with stories that inspire us in difficult times and learn about our local veterans and their families.
This afternoon of fun and entertainment for the family will also help raise money for a worthy cause, with proceeds going to the Indianapolis Public Library Foundation and the Greater Indianapolis Community Foundation. This event is made possible by our friends at the library, who have donated to us by the Indiana Public Library Foundation, and through the support of our local businesses.
We invite you to join us in remembering and honoring the courageous men and women who paid the ultimate sacrifice for our freedom. Join us in remembering and honoring the brave man and woman who made the ultimate sacrifices to protect our freedoms. We join you in remembering the bravest men and women who are paying the ultimate price in their lives for the freedom of America.
Forest Lawn invites you to join us in celebrating the life and legacy of our nation's greatest heroes by sharing stories and fond memories and enjoying free muffins and tea. Join us as we gather to embrace the precious memories of family and friends in an inclusive and memorable community event.