March is a busy time at the Plano public libraries with a variety of programs for all ages and interests. Here is your list of everything coming up in March at all five Plano Public Library locations. You can always find a pdf copy of the latest issue of Engage, an online calendar, and special news on the web at www.planolibrary.org.
A sample of some of the programs and special events happening in March:
- Free Tax Help (provided by AARP volunteers) is available to the public at 4 of the Plano libraries on specific days and times. (see p. 6)
- Popular street artist Samuel Molina returns for a March residency at the 18st AIRSpace at Harrington Library. Samuel will conduct all-age workshops using his street art style to create Cartoon Characters (March 11, p. 1) and Advanced Lettering (March 25, p. 3).
- Plano Public Library kicks off Thinking Money in March, a special initiative to help families, teens, and adults start thinking about money, savings, financial health, and more. During Thinking Money, various money-related programs will be held March through June, culminating with Haggard Library hosting the traveling Thinking Money Exhibit May 18 – June 27. March Thinking Money programs are The Art of Money for all ages at Davis Library on March 13 (p. 9) and Be a Financial Superstar at Haggard Library on March 30 (p. 3) to help high school students learn to become financially independent adults.
- The Wonder Café explores the Information Highway at Davis Library on March 17 to find out how voice, data, and video travel around the world. (p. 3)
- Families can meet storybook favorites Pancake Pig and Maisy at specific library locations in March! (p. 9)
- Teens in grades 6 through 12 can play Pictionary like they never have before using the HTC Vive. Play a virtual game of Pictionary and unleash your creativity in three dimensions! Virtual Pictionary will be played at Schimelpfenig Library on March 10. (p.1)
These are just some of the many events happening at our Plano Libraries! Don’t forget, we have 5 great locations: Davis, Haggard, Harrington, Parr, and Schimelpfenig. To find out more about each location and address check out the Plano Library website.
Be sure and stay updated on all the events happening at the libraries.
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