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Event Series Indigenous Studies Group

Indigenous Studies Group

Hamner Room 16351 Dunn Street, Amelia Coutrt House, United States

All are welcome to join the Indigenous Studies Group each week for meaningful discussion on the heritage and culture surrounding Indigenous peoples of the United States and beyond. Each meeting will have a reading of a chapter from the Braiding Sweetgrass by Robin Wall Kimmerer audiobook. Sometimes the group hosts presenters for further studying and research. Tea is provided. This group started as the Book Club, and in 2024 rebranded ... Read More

Cross Stitch Class

Hamner Room 16351 Dunn Street, Amelia Coutrt House, United States

Have you wanted to learn how to cross stitch, but didn't know where to start? Or need to brush up on your skills? In this workshop, Friends of the Library member Wendy Audley will show participants how to cross stitch a patriotic design onto a dish towel. It's great way to learn how to and what materials are needed to cross stitch. Plus, you get to take home your artwork! ... Read More

Event Series Amelia Leadership Forum

Amelia Leadership Forum

Hamner Room 16351 Dunn Street, Amelia Coutrt House, United States

What is ALF? Have questions for your county officials and community leaders? Every month, a leader will hold an open forum to discuss their jobs or duties and answer questions from the community audience. Everyone is welcome to attend this free event! ALF is now streamed on the Amelia Bulletin Monitor's Facebook page.

Outdoor Games & Movie Night

Library Lawn

All ages are welcome to come and play outdoor games like giant Connect Four and bean bag toss. Stay to watch an outdoor movie on the lawn behind the Library. The family-friendly movie will begin at 8:00pm. Snacks and soda will be available for purchase with cash or card. Bring a blanket or lawn chair for seating. The PG movie will begin at 8:00 PM. The run time is 1 ... Read More

Event Series Indigenous Studies Group

Indigenous Studies Group

Hamner Room 16351 Dunn Street, Amelia Coutrt House, United States

All are welcome to join the Indigenous Studies Group each week for meaningful discussion on the heritage and culture surrounding Indigenous peoples of the United States and beyond. Each meeting will have a reading of a chapter from the Braiding Sweetgrass by Robin Wall Kimmerer audiobook. Sometimes the group hosts presenters for further studying and research. Tea is provided. This group started as the Book Club, and in 2024 rebranded ... Read More

David Pippin Flower Arrangement Presentation

Hamner Room 16351 Dunn Street, Amelia Coutrt House, United States

David Pippin will be at the Library to demonstration his floral arrangement techniques. He will be available for questions. His arrangements will be given as door prizes at the end of the presentation. About David Pippin: David Pippin was born and raised in Louisa County, Virginia. He graduated from Virginia Tech in 1983 with a Bachelor of Science in Agricultural Education. Prior to founding David Pippin, Inc. in 2000, he ... Read More

Rob Westcott Magic Show

Amelia County Parks Rec 16330 Dunn Rd, Amelia Court House, VA

Rob Westcott returns with his magic show! This show will have new tricks, same hilarious magician and the cutest live bunny. It's fun for the whole family! About Rob Westcott: "I have presented great reading programs at scores of public libraries and schools. I am a CPA with an accounting degree (University of Illinois) and a law degree (Washington University). I have taught courses at middle schools and at the ... Read More

John Meyer: Author & Historian Talk

Hamner Room 16351 Dunn Street, Amelia Coutrt House, United States

Author and historical John Meyers will be visiting for a free author talk and book signing. His book, Silver, is a historical novel set in Amelia County, VA during the last year of the Civil War and the first years of Reconstruction. It tells the story of two teenagers: a white boy and a black girl, who together must figure out how to grow up and find their way in ... Read More

Event Series Indigenous Studies Group

Indigenous Studies Group

Hamner Room 16351 Dunn Street, Amelia Coutrt House, United States

All are welcome to join the Indigenous Studies Group each week for meaningful discussion on the heritage and culture surrounding Indigenous peoples of the United States and beyond. Each meeting will have a reading of a chapter from the Braiding Sweetgrass by Robin Wall Kimmerer audiobook. Sometimes the group hosts presenters for further studying and research. Tea is provided. This group started as the Book Club, and in 2024 rebranded ... Read More

Mark Wilcox: Author & Historian Talk

Hamner Room 16351 Dunn Street, Amelia Coutrt House, United States

Author, historian, and Richmond National Battlefield Park ranger Mark Wilcox will visit the Library for an author talk about his newest book. Copies of the book will be available for purchase after the program (cash or check only). No registration. "All That Can Be Expected, The Battle of Camden and the British High Tide in the South, August 16, 1780 explores the fateful Revolutionary War battle of Camden in South ... Read More

Event Series Indigenous Studies Group

Indigenous Studies Group

Hamner Room 16351 Dunn Street, Amelia Coutrt House, United States

All are welcome to join the Indigenous Studies Group each week for meaningful discussion on the heritage and culture surrounding Indigenous peoples of the United States and beyond. Each meeting will have a reading of a chapter from the Braiding Sweetgrass by Robin Wall Kimmerer audiobook. Sometimes the group hosts presenters for further studying and research. Tea is provided. This group started as the Book Club, and in 2024 rebranded ... Read More

Event Series Amelia Leadership Forum

Amelia Leadership Forum

Hamner Room 16351 Dunn Street, Amelia Coutrt House, United States

What is ALF? Have questions for your county officials and community leaders? Every month, a leader will hold an open forum to discuss their jobs or duties and answer questions from the community audience. Everyone is welcome to attend this free event! ALF is now streamed on the Amelia Bulletin Monitor's Facebook page.

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