Events for Adults

Resume Workshop with Jeannie Worthen

Bring a copy of your resume and Jeannie will show you how to make it better. Tips on layout, wording and style will give you a recipe to stand out above the crowd when you're job hunting. Jeannie Worthen is a writer in mid-Missouri who has worked in State government and is now a full-time freelance writer. One of her many jobs gave her much experience in resume writing/grooming.

THURSDAY, MAY 3
7:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.
MRRL Storyhour Room

Murder at MRRL: Mystery Night

Murder At The Oscars!
Who will win best Actor? Who will win best Actress? Who will get knocked off?

Sat, Feb 26, 7:30pm, Main floor of the library
Adults only, reservations required

Contact Taryn Prewitt, 634-6064 ext. 235

Craft Series - Cake Decorating (Intermediate)

Cake Decorating Do you have some experience with cake decorating, but would like to learn new techinques and expand your skills for the holidays? Join us for an Intermediate level cake decorating class next Tuesday, November 10th at 10:30am and 6:30pm by giving Taryn Prewitt a call at 634-6064 ext 235 and making your reservation today!

Craft Series - Holiday Cards

Join us in the MRRL Annex Conference Room at 10:30am and 6:30pm on

Card Making Crafts

Thursday, October 15th for the next in the Craft Series programs. This session will be Holiday Card Making - get ready for the holidays and learn how to create your own cards! Contact Taryn Prewitt at 634-6064 ext. 235 to make your reservation and get a head start on the holiday season.

Downloadable Audio from MRRL

MP3 PlayerDid you know that you can check out, download and listen to audio books from MRRL without visiting the library? You do need to come in to the library to create your account, but after that, all the checking out, listening and returning can be done from the comfort of your own computer.

Author Michael R. Vogel Visits MRRL

7:00 p.m. - MRRL Story Hour RoomEscape Sequence: The Abduction

Crafting Series

daisy.gifAlways wanted to learned a new craft but just can't find someone to teach you?  Come join MRRL for our crafting series.

Classes are held at 10:30 am and  6:00 pm on the following dates

Current Issues Book Group

The library hosts a Current Issues Book Group.   Come join us!

March 18: NICKLE AND DIMED (2001), by Barbara Ehrenreich. Book discussion. Ms. Ehrenreich’s award-winning and highly-acclaimed book is Lincoln University’s campus-wide read this year.

The Power of Now Discussion Group

powerofnow.jpgThe Library will be hosting a The Power of Now: a guide to spiritual enlightenment book discussion group starting Tuesday February 5th at 2pm and proceed each week following (same day and time) for 10 weeks. We meet in the Library Annex Meeting Room.

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