Monday, December 16
10:30 am-Noon | Harris Branch
Warm up with homemade soup! Participants will assist in making potato soup and zuppa toscana soup. We’ll also shake up some homemade butter for rolls with time at the end to enjoy lunch together. Supplies will be provided.
Thursday, December 26 | Mishawaka Library
Friday, December 27 | Harris Branch
10:30-11 am | All Ages
Come enjoy a snow day in a pineapple under the sea! (We’ll still celebrate, even if there’s no snow on the ground.) We’ll have books, games, activities, and crafts based on your favorite underwater sponge and all of his quirky friends. Caregivers are expected to remain in the room.
If you are interested in crafting gifts this season, but are running low on ideas – MPHPL can help! Read on for DIY food, candle, yarn, and paper crafting suggestions, along with news about four upcoming MPHPL crafting events.
Thanksgiving began in 1621 as a shared meal between English colonists and Native Americans, and the expression of gratitude for their feast and successful harvest. Today, people enjoy this holiday in many different ways.