Laura Smith's blog

Shakespeare Cross-Examined

Have you ever wondered if Romeo and Juliet was really written by that gentleman of Stratford-upon-Avon that we all know and love?  Is your knowlege of the matter limited to what you learned from Shakespeare in Love and your high school or college English Literature classes?  Join us this Friday, 10/23/09 at 10:30 a.m.

Investment Management for Retirement Income

Would you like to make sure your retirement fund is in good shape so that you can be relaxing at the beach?  Next Wednesday, October 14th at 6:30 p.m.

Mambo, Merengue & Cha Cha, Oh My!

Last week's Latin Dance Demonstration was a success - check out my attempt at merengue with coworker Nancy Rodriguez!  I didn't fall down and consider that a great success.  Gene McEwen and Kelly Felix explained the history of several types of Latin dance.  They followed up with demonstrations of the dances, accompanied by two couples who are students of Kelly's.  We also enjoyed chips, salsa and iced tea provided by the Friends of Freeman Library along with sopapillas provided by Casa Olé! 

Latin Dance Demonstration

Have you ever wondered about Latin dancing? This Thursday night, September 24th is your time to learn! Gene McEwen, former Arthur Murray dance instructor, and his partner Kelly Felix will demonstrate Latin dances for us at 6:00 p.m. in the Marge Jacobson Community Room. We will also have snacks provided by the Friends of Freeman Library and Casa Olé!

Knitting Together @ Freeman

Don’t know how to knit and want to learn? Already know how to knit and want to share your talent with others? Join us for 4 weeks in fall for a beginner lesson in knitting or to socialize while knitting your own creations.

We will meet four Wednesdays, October 21st & 28th, November 4th & 11th, from 5-6 p.m. in the 2nd floor Conference Room. Registration is required and begins on September 21st. Visit the 2nd floor reference desk or call the library at (281)488-1906 to register.  Check out Freeman's Events Calendar for other exciting programs!

Image from Flickr User: meknits

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