Author Archives: Peggy McGee

Winter Origami Workshop with Kathy Silva

Winter Origami

Sunday, December 3rd, 2-3:30 pm Kathy will teach us how to make 3D Dominanta Stars and Tetrahedral Gift Boxes. The Winter Origami Workshop is FREE. All supplies are provided. Adults and children are welcome however, if you’re under 10-years-old, you’ll ...

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Make a Holiday Wreath! ~ Adult Craft

Holiday Wreath

Adults! Make your own holiday wreath at our Adult Crafting, Saturday, November 18, 2017, 3-4:30 pm at Fort Bragg Library. Materials provided.

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Big Read

Which Book Would You Like to Read? The Mendocino County Library is applying for a National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) Big Read 2018-2019 grant! If awarded the grant, the library will have programming to showcase the selected book in ...

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Holiday Hours 2017

Holiday Hours

Holiday Hours for November and December: CLOSED Weds. Nov 8–All Staff Training Day CLOSED Sat. Nov 11—Veteran’s Day OPEN 10-3 Weds. Nov 22 CLOSED Thurs. & Fri. Nov 23 & 24 for Thanksgiving OPEN 10-5  Sat. Nov 25 CLOSED Dec ...

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November Calendar of Events

November Calendar

November Calendar Check out all the fun events happening in November at Fort Bragg Library. We have crafts, games, a dinosaur lecture, NaNoWriMo writing labs and more! Join us for the fun! NOVEMBER 2017 PRINTABLE CALENDAR

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Kids Fall Art Contest Begins!

Fall Art Contest

Fall Art Contest for Youth Ages 5 to 16 This year’s theme is FALL FANTASY Accepted mediums: watercolor, acrylic, oil, pencil,ink, markers, crayons, pastels. Turn in your art and 2017 fall art entry form between November 14 and December 5. ...

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NaNoWriMo Write-Ins ~ creating a space to write

NaNoWriMo Write-Ins

NaNoWriMo Write-Ins Throughout the month of November, we will be holding Write-In sessions for those enrolled in NaNoWriMo (National Novel Writing in a Month).  These Write-In sessions are designed to offer space to write and reflect. They also offer a ...

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Interpreting Dinosaurs Through Their Anatomy ~ a Lecture with field paleontologist, Rob Sula


Form Follows Function: Interpreting Dinosaurs Through Their Anatomy Dinosaurs have captured our collective imagination since Sir Richard Owen first described them in 1842. Their great size alone makes them unique in the history of terrestrial vertebrates. But their bones raise ...

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