Twin Cities Sisters in Crime, a local mystery writers/authors group, will be coming to Spring Valley Library to present on how they get ideas to write and where they go for the necessary information to write about murder and mystery. Five authors will be presenting: Jessie Chandler, Thekla Fagerlie-Madsen, Sheyna Galyan, Chris Glendenning and Christine Husom. The authors will have their books for sale at this event. Snacks will be provided. This is open to the public but content may not be suitable for children. Parental discretion is advised.
Local music students of the surrounding Wilson/Woodville/Spring Valley area and their teacher, Michael Holz, will give a variety performance recital at Handy Andy park. Open to all ages this is sure to be a musical treat! Come out and support the budding talent of these students!
Local Community Folk Ceilidh group is back to play a Music in the Park summer program at Handy Andy Park. The group will play traditional Celtic songs and folk ballads. A free-will donation bake sale will be held with proceeds to go to the band. Join us for some summer fun! Due to inclement weather the location has been moved to the municipal building board room (the room across the hall from the library).
The local band "Rush River Ramblers" are back for a Music in the Park experience this summer at Handy Andy Park! A free-will donation bake sale will be held with proceeds to go to the band. Please join us for a time of summer music!
Rio de Janeiro, Brazil is hosting the 2016 Summer Olympics and children will be learning about the olympics for our Summer Reading theme of health, wellness and fitness! Katia Esanbock of Spring Valley will be here to teach children about her home country Brazil and share some traditional food. This program is open to all ages. No registration is required.
Join us for a fun interactive song and dance event with John Duggleby the Chicken Man on Wednesday, June 22 at 10AM! An award winning author of 11 books and hundreds of magazine articles, John Duggleby grew up as a percussionist playing everything from orchestra tympani to garage band rock and roll. He now plays guitar for about 100 one-man acts a year for listeners of all ages and leads drum circles and kitchen bands for groups including seniors and disabled people. Open to all ages, this event is to sure to be a fun time!