McCall Library March Programs
Climbing Cuba Travelogue
Tuesday, March 6th at 6:30 pm
Who knew Cuba had rock climbing? Traveling to Cuba was one of the most unique trips Gwen and Jess Asmussen have done. While researching trips that were inexpensive, offered a variety of adventure and culture, and close enough to the US to do in a week, Cuba popped up.
This couple has traveled all around the world climbing limestone and other rocks, but Cuba solidified itself as some of the best they have ever climbed on.
The people were amazing, welcoming, and friendly and don’t mind Americans. They actually seem happy to see people traveling there. In terms of a short, easy, inexpensive, amazing adventure trip, Cuba didn’t disappoint.
Sewing Machines 101
Wednesday March 7th 6:00-9:00pm
Beginner Sewing machine class. Supplies and sign up required. Attendees will be making pajama pants. For questions and sign up call Frances at 208-850-6788
Sewing Machines 101 for kids
Thursday, March 8th 4:00-5:30pm
Beginner sewing machines class for kids 10 and up. Supplies and sign up required. Attendees will be making pajama pants. For questions and sign up call Frances at 208-850-6788
Let’s Talk About It—Great American Classics
McCall Public Library and McCall Arts and Humanities present “Let’s Talk About It.” This year’s theme is the Great American Classic. This month we will discuss:
Pudd ’nhead Wilson with scholar Wendy Green on March 7th
The Wizard of Oz with scholar Steven Hall on March 21st
Books provided with registration, no library card required.
Fork to Farm, A Transcontinental Bike Tour
Thursday, March 15th at 6:30pm
Presented from the perspective of a long haul trucker, join Ruth
Lewinski as she discusses her solo pedal trip from the San Juan Islands to the Statue of Liberty. Along the way she interviews farmers across the upper half of the United States.
We will have a variety of fun self-directed activities, games, and tech out all week long. Teen tech table, craft corner, scavenger hunt, and more! Fun for all ages, drop in any time during library hours.
Tuesday, March 27th 6:30-8:30
The McCall Public Library invites you to join community dialogues on the topic of: “Our Trash, Our Problem.”