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The Abilene Public Library, 209 NW 4th, is requesting estimates for floor repair, including concrete work, tile replacement and installation of trim pieces. Estimates may be given for the entire project or for individual parts. For more information, please pick up the project details at the library. Estimates must be received by October 25.View full post
The Abilene Public Library, 209 NW 4th, is requesting estimates for floor repair, including concrete work, tile replacement and installation of trim pieces. Estimates may be given for the entire project or for individual parts. For more information, please pick up the project details at the library. Estimates must be received by October 25.
The Abilene Public Library will host a Zentangle Workshop with Artist Pat Wick on Thursday, October 2 at 7 pm. A Zentangle is an easy-to-learn, relaxing, and fun way to create beautiful images by drawing structured patterns. Those interested in the workshop should sign up at the Abilene Public Library, 209 NW 4th or by calling 785-263-3082 to reserve a spot in the class. The cost of the workshop is free, but donations will be accepted to offset the cost of the artist’s supplies.
Join us every Tuesday at Noon for a Documentary Film. These films are free and open to the public. Patrons are invited to bring a sack lunch, drinks will be provided. Each film will last approximately 50 minutes.
Fall Schedule 2014
9/2 — Lost Treasures of Afghanistan. Brave Afghans risked all to save their cultural artifacts from destruction by the Taliban.
9/9 —Ireland’s Wild River. Ireland’s wildlife and plants thrive along the Shannon River.
9/16 — Building Pharaoh’s Chariot. A team uncovers the advanced engineering behind the great war machine.
9/23 —The Man who Saved the World. A little known story of how close the world was to nuclear destruction and the man who saved us all.
9/30— Spaceship Earth. Take a high performance ride through the formation of the third planet from the sun.
10/7 — Cuba: Accidental Eden. Cuba’s isolation has left it’s rare and intriguing wildlife untouched.
10/14 —The Mona Lisa Mystery. Did Leonardo paint the legendary portrait twice?
10/21 —The Rise and fall of Penn Station. The Penn Station housed one of the largest public stations in the world.
10/28 — 20 Years with the Dolphins. An in depth look at the undersea life of dolphins.
11/4— The Lost Gardens of Babylon. Clues are uncovered as to the location of one of the most elusive great ancient wonders of the World.
11/11 — Mercury & Venus: The Inner Planets. Scorched by their proximity to the sun, these planets are hostile worlds.
11/18 —The Mystery of Chaco Canyon. This film examines the deep enigmas presented by the massive prehistoric ruins in the Chaco Canyon of Northern New Mexico.
11/25 —Snow Monkeys. Follow a troop of snow monkeys in Japan to see how they face the world.