Make.Do is a show-and-tell for people of all ages that brings out the kid in all of us, an innovative celebration of DIY (do-it-yourself) culture organized by the Farmington Public Library.
Local makers showcase their talents by demonstrating a variety of seasonal projects, craft & art, home & garden DIY, upcycling/recycling, technology, food hacking, science, and more at our Handmade Holidays Maker Fair, featuring a wealth of holiday ideas. Mark your calendar for the Handmade Holidays Maker Fair on November 22, from 11:00-1:00 pm.
And don't miss Make.Do Time each Friday at the library from 3:30-4:30 pm. A different project will be presented each week through December 5. For details, visit infoway.org and sign up for the Make.Do newsletter. If you're a maker, (or have a maker in your midst) and would like to showcase your own unique projects, answer our "Call for Makers."
NOTE: Kids from 8-80 are welcome to present at all library Make.Do Times and Fairs!
Come celebrate the 75th Anniversary of Gone with the Wind, based on Margaret Mitchell's Pulitzer Prize winning Civil War novel of the same name.
The Farmington Public Library will screen Gone with the Wind during a two night event which will begin Monday, December 15th from 6:00pm – 8:00pm, and culminate on Tuesday December 16th from 6:00pm – 8:00pm.
Attendees are encouraged to dress in period costume and let their inner Southern Belle/Southern Gentleman come out! And visit the display in the rotunda to choose from a variety of related titles to read.
Don't miss our annual Winter Solstice celebration, Saturday, December 20!
This day-long event features fun for the entire family, including the Ashay Drumming Troupe, music by Celtic Knot, and more.
Be sure and browse our displays of "Cozy Reads" and holiday books, too. Visit the Events Calendar at infoway.org for details.
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