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    Watercolor Stamp Art at Bear River Library

    Bring your creativity to this fun winter program for all ages, Wednesdays in December. We will be using wooden block stamps to create small artworks, holiday cards, and gift tags. Additional Info...
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    Monthly Mystery Food at Grass Valley Library

    On the first Wednesday of each month, pick up a pantry staple to create a unique meal at home. Take photos, send them to Librarian Mellisa (mellisa.hannum@co.nevada.ca.us), and explain what your food creation includes to be entered to win a prize! Learn More
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    Lego Club at Penn Valley Library

    Join us at the Penn Valley library on Wednesday for an afternoon of building and creating with Legos! Additional Info...
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    Winter Craft - Snowball Wreaths at Penn Valley Library

    Celebrate the start of the Winter Reading Challenge by picking up a challenge sheet and a free take-home craft at the Penn Valley Library. Wednesday we're making snowball wreaths in honor of the season. While supplies last. Additional Info...
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    Coloring Club at Bear River Library

    Come to the library for coloring and relaxation. Coloring pages available for all ages 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM. Color in our circle template and we will make you a button! Additional Info...
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    All Day Games at Bear River Library

    Come to the Bear River Library to make a parachute and learn how they work. We will test out our parachute afterwards and see who wins the race! Additional Info...
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    Just My Type (Virtual)

    Join our casual writing group on Zoom on Monday at 4:00 PM and celebrate NaNoWriMo while we work together on writing our own novels! Whether you're new to writing, a published author, or anywhere in between, we'd love to have you join in. Learn More
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    Art Attack Art Club for Tweens & Teens at Madelyn Helling Library

    Our Art Club will meet every Tuesday in the Gene Albaugh Community Room. Let's see your creativity and craftiness! Registration for ages 10-17. Read on...
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    Adult "Coloring to Zen" at Truckee Library

    Sit for a while and color to calm the stress of these times, or take a coloring page with you. Coloring books, pages, and pencils provided. Additional Info...
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    Radio Storytime on STAR 94.1 FM

    Tune in to the Youth Services team on the radio for silly songs, rhymes and Storytime. Every Thursday morning at 9 a.m. on Star 94.1 FM. Additional Info...
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    Nerd Squad at Grass Valley Library

    It's time for a teen takeover of the downstairs area of the Grass Valley Library! Otaku Club, D&D, and Magic: The Gathering will all be available during this time. Ages 12-18, 3:00 PM - 6:00 PM on Fridays. Additional Info...
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    It’s Your Lucky Day at the Nevada County Community Library

    The Nevada County Community Library is excited to announce the introduction of Lucky Day books at each of its 5 circulating branches. These books are popular titles that are available for check out with no holds necessary. Learn More
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    Nevada County Library Ends Overdue Fines for Good

    It’s official! The Nevada County Community Library has announced that it is no longer charging overdue fines. This is a permanent move meant to remove financial barriers that may be keeping people from enjoying the library’s full benefits. Read on...