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April is a great month for science!
Nationwide April is Citizen Science Month. We will be celebrating all month long by sharing projects you can get involved in right here at home. We will feature a different project each week. All are real efforts by scientists who need help from people of all ages gathering data that they need to try to solve a real world problem. Check out our Facebook page for details each week or stop by the library for more information!
For those just itching to start, here are two great projects anyone can do in their own backyard: Nature’s Notebook and Community Collaborative Rain, Hail, & Snow Network (CoCoRahs for short).
Speaking of science, if you know a tween who loves to lead or just loves experimenting and trying new things, the ExperiMentals is for them! The first meeting ever for this special group of young makers, crafters, and doers will be April 13 at 4 PM. This isn’t just for Berryville tweens. Green Forest Library will be organizing a team too!
April is a great month for poetry!
April is also National Poetry Month. Wordsworth is our featured poet of the month. Check out this Poem on the Go (printed copies available to pick up at the library) or our collection of poetry right HERE. Reading a poem a day is a good way to soothe your soul!
April is a great month for libraries!
April 4 – 10 is National Library Week, a time to think about how much you can count on your local public library to be there when you need resources or information of any kind. Consider supporting our library on April 7, National Library Giving Day, by donating HERE. A donation of any size is greatly appreciated! This year the first $5,000 in donations we receive by April 7 will be matched by the Froman Family of Berryville. That could mean $10,000 more for the Berryville Library Building Project! Big thanks to the Froman Family and all who love this library!