February Fun at MRL

Coming Up At MRL!
For Adults
Thirsty Thursday | February 17 | 12:10 pm at MRL
Playfulness, Therapy, and Liberation: The squiggle game as an organizing principle
February 18 | 12:00 – 1:00 pm | Virtual Session at MRL in the Bard Room
Earlham College Center for Social Justice presents: “Playfulness, Therapy, and Liberation: The squiggle game as organizing principle” by Dr. Victor Kumar, Earlham College.
Join us at MRL for a live zoom broadcast of Earlham College’s Center for Social Justice lecture series. Pre-registration is not required but is available to secure your seat at https://eventactions.com/eareg.aspx?ea=Rsvp&invite=0hshd12zhrm3cy6fnk9g0e4hynyf6kcvfdaj2a2psc8c5janzs90
Virulent Video: My Bloody Valentine
Friday, February 18 | 5:45 pm | Bard Room
Rated R for strong violence, brief nudity, suggestive themes, and use of alcohol. Runtime: 1 hr. 30 mins.
Description: A decades-old folk tale surrounding a deranged murderer killing those who celebrate Valentine’s Day turns out to be true to legend when a group defies the killer’s order and people start turning up dead.
Virulent Video is a monthly film series curated by MRL Staff Member, Silus, which celebrates and examines the dark and subversive genre of cinema. 
Free Tax Preparation at MRL
February – April 15, 2022
Call to make an appointment for the free tax service offered at MRL. Please no drop-ins for this service. Call 765-203-1788 to make an appointment.
Free Computer Classes at the library
Sign-up required.
For Kids
Art Afternoon (For Children)
Wednesday, February 23 | 4:00 pm | Bard Room
Kids will make a giraffe using acrylic paint. Plenty of hands-on fun!
Register online or call MRL.
Virtual Programs for Children
Please join www.facebook.com/groups/mrlprograms for access to the video links.
For Tweens and Teens
Tuesday, February 15 | 4:00 pm | Bard Room and Zoom
Come learn about the insect world! Dr. Chris Smith shares his knowledge of social insects. Dr. Chris is a professor of Biology at Earlham College who researches ants.
Register online or call MRL.
Wednesday, February 16 | 4:00 pm | Bard Room
Welcome back to Chainmail medieval times… We are going to go back in time and learn how to create some cosplay Chainmail by using simple household items.
  • Teens will learn how to make armor out of pop tabs.
  • Some history and examples are provided.
Questions? Contact Lesli Baumer at 765-966-8291 or email at [email protected]
A face-covering over the nose and mouth is required while inside the library.