CCPL April Newsletter


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Join us for Solar Eclipse 101 with Dr. Krista Hook on Saturday, April 6 at 11:00 am. All ages are welcome, but space is limited. Register now by calling 765-478-3335 to reserve your free spot.

Dr. Hook teaches General Physics, AP Physics, Solar System Astronomy, and Galactic Astronomy classes at the Indiana Academy for Science, Mathematics, and Humanities. Dr. Hook has published in journals such as Planetary and Space Science Journal and the Journal of the Southern Association for Research in Astronomy.  She has presented research at the 39th Annual Lunar and Planetary Science Conference in 2007 and participated in poster sessions of her research at the American Astronomical Society (AAS): Division for Planetary Sciences Meeting in 2008 and the American Astronomical Society / American Association of Physics Teachers Joint Meeting in 2006.


On Wednesday, April 10th, at 5:30 pm, the Cambridge City Public Library welcomes back Jonathan Ferris of Wayne County Purdue Extension for another informative presentation. This time, Jonathan will be sharing valuable tips and insights on Container Gardening. Whether you have limited outdoor space or simply want to add a touch of greenery to your home, container gardening offers a versatile and accessible way to cultivate plants. Join us for an evening of learning as Jonathan shares expert advice on selecting containers, choosing the right plants, and maintaining thriving container gardens. Whether you’re a seasoned gardener or just starting out, this event promises to equip you with the knowledge and inspiration to create beautiful and bountiful container gardens that enhance your living space.

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Welcome to our cozy corner of creativity, where every stitch tells a story!

If you’re looking to hone your skills, make new friends, or simply unwind with a relaxing hobby,we hope you will find support and inspiration in this newly formed group.


Join us Wednesdays at 4 pm as we turn skeins of yarn and spools of thread into works of art, one stitch at a time. Beginners and all experience levels are welcome.


Join us for our upcoming book club meetings featuring captivating works by acclaimed author Kathleen Grissom. The Evening Book Club convenes on Tuesday, April 23rd, at 6:30 pm, to delve into the rich narrative of “The Kitchen House.” Set against the backdrop of the pre-Civil War South, this gripping tale unravels the complexities of family, identity, and resilience, weaving a tapestry of secrets and unexpected alliances that shape the characters’ destinies. Meanwhile, the Senior Center Book Club gathers on Wednesday, April 24th, at 1:00 pm at the Senior Center at the Golay to discuss “Crow Mary” by Kathleen Grissom. In this historical novel, Grissom leads readers on a riveting journey through the American West, exploring themes of friendship, courage, and the pursuit of justice. Prepare for an afternoon of engaging discussion as we unravel the mysteries and intricacies of this compelling story. Whether you’re a longtime fan of Kathleen Grissom’s work or discovering her novels for the first time, these book club meetings promise to be enlightening and enriching experiences.


To all toddlers and preschoolers, join us for Mother Goose on the Loose every Wednesday in April at 11:00 am. This delightful program offers a perfect blend of stories, songs, and snacks! It’s the popular place to be for little ones and their families.


Join the Gamers’ Guild for thrilling adventures April 1st and 22nd at 4 pm as we continue our heroic campaign, braving terrifying monsters.

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Get ready for an adventure like no other this summer at your library! Our Summer Reading Program is back with a thrilling theme: “Adventure Begins at Your Library.” More details will be revealed soon.

Cambridge City Public Library
600 W. Main Street
Cambridge City, IN 47327

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