Fun Fall Family Events Starting This Weekend In Robertson County
ROBERTSON COUNTY TENNESSEE: (Smokey Barn News) – Lots of fun fall Family events popping up all over the county beginning this weekend.
NOTE: There have not been any announcements from County or local City officials recommending residents to cancel the observance of “Trick Or Treating” due to COVID-19. See specific COVID guidelines for each event.
NOTE: Ongoing weekly events listed below upcoming events
SEPTEMBER BOOK SALE EXTENDED
Greenbrier Historical Society Museum has extended its Book Sale through Saturday, October 3.
BOGO now on over 200 Hardback Fiction – mystery/suspense/action/adventure books plus any 6 Christian Life/Religion books for $1.
Dozens of paperbacks, biography, history, cookbooks & children’s too.
Open Wed-Thur-Fri 10 AM to 4 PM and Sat 10 AM to 1 PM. Located 825 W. College Street across from Greenbrier City Hall. Phone 615-643-8461.
“Give Thanks” Through The United Way (ROBERTSON COUNTY) To Help Families In Need This Thanksgiving
With the official start of fall this week, you might have started thinking about ways you can give back this holiday season. We are excited to share our plans for this year’s Give Thanks Day of Action and hope you will consider supporting it again this year.
Throughout October and early November, participating companies, groups, and organizations can collect supplies and assemble Give Thanks boxes filled with all the food needed for a traditional holiday meal, along with supplemental food to feed a family of four through the weekend. Give Thanks is a great opportunity to raise awareness, build community and bring a sense of volunteerism to your workplace, organization or social group.
There are several ways to get involved:
Create a box/boxes.
Click here to register as a sponsor and commit to the number of food boxes that you, your family, group, or workplace would like to make. Our goal is to have all food boxes collected at the United Way office (100 5th Avenue, Springfield) on November 10th and 11th and ready for distribution to the community by November 16th.
Run a collection drive.
Click here to let us know your site collection goal or send me an email so we can create a plan that works for you. Our goal is to have collected supplies to the United Way office (100 5th Avenue, Springfield) on November 10th and 11th and ready for distribution to the community by November 16th.
Donate to the cause.
Click here to be directed to our Give Thanks donation site. You will have the option to designate your donation to one of the five counties in our service area from the drop down box under the question “Which community would you like your donation to serve?”.
Click here for the Required Food Items List to create a complete holiday food box for a family in need. Each box that our sponsors prepare will feed a family of four. (Larger families are eligible to receive more boxes – Example: five- to eight-member families receive two boxes; nine- to 12-member families receive three boxes.)
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 2 – Drive-Thru Flu Shots at the Byrum Porter Senior Center in Orlinda
We will have a Drive-Thru Flu Shots on Friday, October 2 from 10 am to 2 pm. Thomas Drugs will be here and they are the shots that are needed for Seniors.
Bring your Health Care Card. Look forward to everyone getting protected from the regular Fall and Winter Flu
*Most all insurance will cover the shots.
SPRINGFIELD, Tenn. – City-wide junk collection October 1-30
The City of Springfield will conduct its second of two planned city-wide junk collection pickups for 2020 beginning Thursday, Oct. 1 through Friday, Oct. 30.
The City of Springfield provides residents living within the city limits of Springfield junk collection pickup twice per year for larger items that cannot be disposed of with household trash; such as mattresses, furniture, etc. This service is provided in addition to, not a replacement of, resident’s household and brush collection.
Loose and small items must be bagged for collection. Hazardous waste, construction, or home improvement materials will not be collected. This service is not available for commercial properties, apartments, condominiums, vacant properties, and lots.
For additional junk collection policies, please click here or contact the Public Works Department at (615) 384-2746.
Junk or bulky waste collection is only performed during April and October each year.
Starting Saturday October 3 – Turkey Shoot – American Legion Post 45 – Greenbrier, TN 37073
Saturday’s: Starting October 3rd 8am-till no more shooters
thru November 28th 8am-till no more shooters
Stock Guns Only. No Custom Guns or Barrels over 36”
Prizes Include but not Limited to: Turkey, Bacon & Ham
Proceeds will be assisting local veterans and American Legion Post 45 – Greenbrier, TN 37073
As part of our fundraising efforts during our Annual Turkey shoot, we are offering Memorial Lawn signs to be displayed in a new area this year called “Remembrance Row”. Signs are $50.00 per sign.
This area will be to the left of our Turkey Shoot range and all signs will be proudly displayed in the area to show that we remember and honor all our military. Memorial signs can be for any veteran who has served. All signs will be displayed throughout the annual turkey shoot and returned to the person who ordered at completion of the shoot.
We can place a picture on the sign or just the name, dates of service and branch. See examples below:
Signs are $50.00 per sign. Deadline to Order: September 20,2020
All orders received after that date will be processed early October and may not be able to be displayed on opening day, October 3,2020.
If ordering with picture, please email picture to : [email protected] Please make checks payable to American Legion Post 45. Mail payment and printed FORM to: American Legion Post 45, PO Box 160, Greenbrier, TN 37073. We also can take credit card payment, please contact Kathi Carney (518) 242-0307 Auxiliary President.
Proceeds go to…
All funds are used to fund the food baskets we provide for over 50 Veteran’s families at Christmas time. The AL Post 45 also provides gift cards for gas for needy Veterans. Recently the AL Post 45 donated to a Veterans widow to assist with Funeral cost. We also partner with the Veterans Sevice Office to assist them with requests for assistance as well.
Support our Veterans!!
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 3: Springfield Historic District Fall Yard Sale – Hosted by Inga Baekkelund
Saturday, October 3, 2020 at 8 AM – 2 PM
304 N Oak St, Springfield, TN 37172-2303, United States
Come visit Springfield’s Historic District for our 2nd Annual Fall Neighborhood Yard Sale! 8:00 a.m. – until on Saturday, October 3rd, 2020. Rain or shine! There will be maps at each house day-of-sale listing the other participating homes.
If you are interested in participating in the sale and you live in the Historic District, please FaceBook message me with your name, street address and phone number! Thanks!
Historically the temperatures that day are in the 50s and 60s which will make for a much nicer shopping day for everyone involved! We kindly ask that you respect social distancing guidelines while shopping and mask-wearing is also encouraged.
See you in October!
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 3: Race To Include at Highland Rim Speedway – Hosted by Down Syndrome Association of Middle Tennessee
Saturday, October 3, 2020 at 6 PM – 10 PM
Highland Rim Speedway – 6801 Kelly Willis Rd Greenbrier, TN
Veterans Motorplex is hosting this benefit race night to celebrate and support individuals with Down syndrome and DSAMT. There will be concessions, a silent auction, games & activities, photo opportunities and more. Individuals with Down syndrome can be named Race Ambassadors and get to waive the flag on stage as races begin! So plan to bring the whole family out to enjoy a fun evening for a great cause.
We will again have a silent auction, which is open to anyone interested, even if you can’t make it to the race.
Gates open at 4pm, with lots of fun activities
DSAMT Family Pack Special: $30 for 2 Adults and up to 6 minor children (less than $4.00 per person )
Regular Events Grandstand Admission: Adult $12.00
62+ Senior $10.00
Military ID $10.00
13-17 Students $10.00
6-12 Youth $5.00
Children ages 5 and under are always free with a paid adult
Sponsorship and donation opportunities can be found HERE
MONDAY, OCTOBER 5, 2020 AT 6 PM – Ridgetop Mayoral Forum -Hosted by GreenRidge Chamber of Commerce
It’s no secret that this year’s Ridgetop Mayor election is important to the citizens of Ridgetop. On October 5 at 6pm, the GreenRidge Chamber of Commerce will be hosting a forum for mayoral candidates, Dennis Wade and Clay Bollinger. “U-Turn Lavern” Lavern Vivio will be moderating.
This will be an online event and can be streamed live on SmokeyBarn.com’s Robertson County Daily. If you are a citizen of Ridgetop and have a question to ask the candidates, feel free to post your question in the comments below or send it to us in a private message.
We hosted an identical forum for the mayoral candidates of Greenbrier prior to that election, and received a lot of positive feedback. We hope everyone will take advantage of this opportunity to hear from the candidates themselves. As an organization, we are proud to be able to bring you these events in a professional and tactful manner. We respectfully ask that all questions and comments be made in the same manner.
*Note* The GreenRidge Chamber of Commerce is not a political or government entity, and is not affiliated with any local government affairs.
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 9, 2020 – Customer Appreciation Drive-Thru Springfield Electric – Hosted by Springfield Electric and City of Springfield, TN
Friday, October 9, 2020 at 11 AM – 1 PM
Springfield Electric Parking lot – 1000 Central Ave W, Springfield, TN 37172
Springfield Electric’s Customer Appreciation Day will look a little different this year, but we aren’t going to let COVID stop us from giving back to you!
If you’re a current SED customer, drive-thru our parking lot on Friday, October 9th between 11 AM and 1 PM for an individually wrapped sack lunch and some goodies from us and your neighbors in the community.
All attendees MUST remain in their vehicles at all times.
Please follow the instructions of those who are directing traffic so that this event can remain safe for all participants. We hope to see you there!
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 10, 2020 – Fall Festival – by Providence Baptist Church
Providence Baptist Church (3850 Highway 49 West) invites the community to their annual Fall Festival on Saturday, October 10 from 5 to 7 PM.
All food, activities, inflatables, and games are free.
We look forward to seeing you there!
For more information call 615-382-5480.
Coopertown Men’s Club Turkey Shoot: October 10 – November 14
Annual Turkey Shoot From HWY 49 – Turn onto Burgess Gower Rd
At the Elementary School – 2560 Burgess Gower – Across from City Hall
Click Here for rules.
• October 10th 8AM until 2PM
• October 17th
• October 24th
• October 31st
• November 7th
• November 14th
• Turkey shot $4.00 each for $20 gift card
• Ham shot $6.00 each
• 12, 16, 20 & 410 Shells provided
• NO OUTSIDE AMMUNITION ALLOWED
• We have shotguns available for use if needed
• Academy Sports Gift card for Remington 1100 Semi Auto 12 gauge shotgun Raffle tickets $1.00
• Breakfast, Lunch and Soft Drinks Available
Saturday, October 10th, 2020 The Portland Fall Festival
Bring your entire family for a great day of Fall fun!
From 10am-3pm there will be a free hayride. Pick up location will be at the intersection of Main Street and N. Russell Street. Also visit with the Portland Fire Department & see one of their trucks while you wait. Children are required to ride with an adult.
From 10am-4pm, The Fruit Carver, Carl Franklin Jones, will be set up showcasing his fruit carving skills. During that timeframe, Farmers will be set up selling product including Wadefarmz and Family Traditions Farm and there will be a Kid Zone with activities such as a Pumpkin Patch, Pumpkin Painting presented by Portland Rotary Club and farm animals.
From 10am-7pm there will be a Tailgate Zone sponsored by Exit Realty Garden Gate Team & Joanie Neal – Acopia Home Loans showing SEC Football games.
10am: College Football pre-game show
11am: South Carolina at Vanderbilt
2:30pm: Tennessee at Georgia
5pm: Alabama at Ole Miss
Also from 10am-7pm, there will be 40+ food and craft vendors, Fall Festival t-shirts available for purchase ($15), Photo ops with the new murals in the downtown Portland area and the Pumpkin Tower sponsored by Old Hickory Credit Union and actually made by local students at TCAT Portland. There will also be free live music on the TriStar Portland stage on Market Street.
10am: Zac Taylor
11am: Rockland Road
1pm: Makayla McDowell
2pm: Bitty James Ladd
3pm: Chet Lawrence
4pm: KIXX & Fireworks Show
There will be Magic Shows on the Kid Zone stage at 12pm and 2pm and a Classic Car Cruise In that begins on Main Street at 2pm.
From 4-7pm join us for the free concert featuring KIXX who plays a variety of past and current hits followed by fireworks at 7pm! Bring a chair or rent one for $2 (limited quantity available).
Parking will be available in the city lot off E. McGlothlin Street, First Baptist Church parking lot and other downtown Portland parking areas.
Road closures will begin by 6am Saturday morning and include Market Street, the gazebo parking lot off Market Street, N. Russell Street and Main Street.
Local businesses in the area where roads are shut down will still be open for business including Milo Café, El Azteca Mexican Restaurant, Southern Barber, Blooms on Main and Strawberry Station. Parking to patronize those businesses will be available in the city parking lot of E. McGlothin Street.
For more information regarding the Portland Fall Festival or the Portland Chamber of Commerce: [email protected] or (615) 325-9032.
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 16, 2020 Free Movie Fridays
The Addams Family (2019) – Hosted by City of Springfield, TN
Friday, October 16, 2020 at 7:30 PM – 9:30 PM – The Addams Family (2019) at Martin Luther King Jr. Park, 2623 S. Main Street. Attendees are invited to wear their costumes!
The Springfield Parks & Recreation Department is excited to partner with Walmart Springfield – Tom Austin Hwy to bring free, family-friendly movies to our parks as part of the new series, Free Movie Fridays.
Movie night attendees are required to wear masks when not seated for the film and to maintain a social distance of six feet from members of other parties. Designated seating areas will be spaced ten feet apart.
Concessions will be available to purchase snacks and refreshments. Guests should bring their own blankets or folding chairs for seating.
Saturday, October 17, 2020 – Cruise’n N Groove’n – Trunk N Treat – Pleasant View Village – Hosted by Cruise’n N Groove’n
Saturday, October 17, 2020 at 5 PM – 9 PM – Cruise’n N Groove’n is a CRUISE-IN located at the Pleasant View Village on 41A, South of intersections Hwy 49 & Hwy 41A.
We welcome all Classic Cars & Trucks / Jeeps, Customs, Muscle Cars, Street Rods, Rat Rods & Motorcycles. FREE to ALL that attend. Lots of great food and drink choices.
October is TRUNK N TREAT night…………There will be spooks and goblins walking around. Times: 5pm – 9pm.
We have music, several food choices, shopping for the ladies, and lots of UNIQUE VEHICLES. We ask that each CAR OWNER bring candy for the kids.
All Monthly Mayor’s Choice Winners will be lined up for the PEOPLE’S CHOICE trophy.
For more info, contact 615-746-0600 or 615-517-1423.
2020 ‘Mask’erade Market – Food, Arts & Crafts, A 2 Day Affair Oct. 24-25 (Vendors Welcome)
The Jennifer Green Foundation will be hosting a 2020 ‘Mask’erade Market Saturday, October 24, 2020 9a-8p and Sunday, October 25, from 9a-5p at the Robertson County Fairgrounds located at 4635 Highway 41 N Springfield, TN.
The 2020 ‘Mask’erade Market was created to allow vendors a place to showcase and sell their products during these unique times. Vendors will include arts and crafts, artisans, food trucks, and other unique items. There will also be a silent auction. On Saturday, October 24 Santa will be making an appearance for pictures. $5 admission.
WHAT WE DO
We raise money to provide additional resources to Robertson County, Tennessee special education programs.
Since 2012, the Jennifer Green Foundation has given over $45, 000 to Robertson County Schools special education classrooms. Learn more.
If anyone would like to Donate to the Silent Auction, please contact us at [email protected]
Follow the Jennifer Green Foundation on FaceBook
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 23 – Fall Family Block Party at the White House Municipal Park – Hosted by White House Area Chamber of Commerce
Friday, October 23, 2020 at 4 PM – 9 PM
White House Municipal Park
ALL THINGS FALL! There will be a fall farmers market, craft vendors, food trucks, a costume contest, the showing of Hocus Pocus and more. #DiscoverWhiteHouse
Covid-19 Statement: Exposure to COVID-19 is an inherent risk in any public location where people are present; we cannot guarantee you will not be exposed during your visit. The CDC advises that older adults and people of any age who have serious underlying medical conditions might be at higher risk for severe illness from Coronavirus. Guest should evaluate their own risk in determining whether to attend. People who show no symptoms can spread Coronavirus if they are infected, and any interaction with the public poses an elevated risk of being exposed to Coronavirus. By coming to this event, you acknowledge and agrees that you assume these inherent risks associated with attendance. Guests are asked not to attend if they are running a fever, have COVID-19 symptoms, or anyone in the household has shown symptoms of or has COVID-19. We also ask that you not attend if you are awaiting test results or have not completed your suggested quarantine. Social distancing will be encouraged by anyone attending and we also strongly encourage you to wear a mask.
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 24, 2020 – National Drug Take Back Day – Hosted by City of White House, TN- Police Department
Saturday, October 24, 2020 at 10 AM – 2 PM – White House, Tn Kroger
The White House Police Department will have a “Take Back” station set up at the White House Kroger, 510 Hwy 76, on Saturday October 24th, 2020 from 10:00 am until 2:00 pm.
These Prescription Medications Will Be Accepted:
Prescribed narcotic drugs (Vicodin, Oxycontin, etc.)
Over the counter medications
Medicated ointments/ lotions
These Prescription Drugs Will Not Be Accepted:
Personal care items
Empty containers or “sharps” (needles)
Liquid medications/ cough syrups
For more information, contact Sgt. Eric Enck WHPD, 615-672-4903
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 24, 2020 – National Drug Take-Back Day – Hosted by Robertson County Sheriff’s Office
Saturday, October 24th, 2020 – 10:00am – 2:00pm – CVS Parking Lot Memorial Blvd. Springfield, TN
Dispose of your prescription drugs properly and free of charge with no questions asked.
SUNDAY, OCTOBER 25, 2020 AT 5 PM – 8 PM – Harvest Fest – Hosted by Bethlehem Baptist Church
Sunday, October 25, 2020 at 5 PM – 8 PM
5081 Bethlehem Rd, Springfield, TN 37172-7434, United States
Trunk or Treat, Hay Rides, Games, Inflatables, Food and fun for the whole family!
MONDAY, OCTOBER 26, 2020 AT 11 AM – 6 PM – “Drive Thru” Chili Supper Fundraiser – Hosted by Robertson County Historical Society
Monday, October 26, 2020 at 11 AM – 6 PM
Springfield Baptist Church
Tickets are $10.00 each and are available at the History Museum (Wednesday-Friday 10am to 4pm) and online here
Join us for our annual Chili Supper but “Drive Thru” style this year! Monday, October 26th we are offering lunch delivery hours (11am-1pm) and dinner pick up hours (4pm-6pm). You have a choice of chili or chicken tortilla soup along with a half sandwich, corn bread muffin and dessert.
Wednesday, October 28 The Springfield – Classic Tin Cruise In – Trunk Or Treat
Halloween Cruise-In/Trunk Or Treat from 6pm-8pm next to Burger King, 2018 Memorial BLVD, Springfield, TN. Classic car, truck and bikes. Costumes and lots of candy! Any questions please call Shelby Horner at 615-336-2257. Follow us on FaceBook
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 30: 2nd Annual Greenbrier City Wide Halloween Bash Louise Martin Memorial Park – Hosted by 2nd Annual Greenbrier City Wide Halloween Bash, Stroker Ace and Trey Craig
Friday, October 30, 2020 at 5 PM – 9 PM – Louise Martin Memorial Park – 2295 Old State Highway 11, Greenbrier, TN
Welcome to the 2nd Annual Greenbrier City-Wide Halloween Bash!
(100% Volunteer funded and operated) October 30th from 5 to 9 pm. Hayrides, Smores pits, Music in the park, Movies night in the park, Face painting, Bobbing for Apples Chili and Hot Dogs are provided for free!
The Master Gardener Program – November 10 – December 15
Would you like to become a Tennessee Extension Master Gardener?
Dates: The Master Gardener Program will be held during 10 days from November 10 – December 15 starting at 9:00 am (classes last 2-3 hours)
Location: All meetings will be held online using Zoom.
Topics: Gardening, Soils, Weed Control, Fruit, Woody Ornamentals, Herbaceous Ornamentals, Lawns, Insects, Plant Diseases, Stewardship, and Botany.
Click Here for Application Packet with more details.
Deadline for Entry: October 9, 2020.
UT Extension – Robertson County
Email: [email protected]
ONGOING WEEKLY EVENTS
Wednesdays, – Celebrate Recovery – Springfield Baptist Church
Springfield Baptist Church has a rich history of Celebrate Recovery. It is being retooled and relaunched soon. Celebrate Recovery is a Christ-centered, 12 step recovery program for anyone struggling with hurt, pain or addiction of any kind. Celebrate Recovery is a safe place to find community and freedom from the issues that are controlling our life.
Wednesday at 6:30 PM
Springfield Baptist Church
400 North Main Street, Springfield, TN 37172
<<Enter the small chapel on the Main Street side of the church.>>
Email the church for questions or more info at: [email protected]
Stokes Brown Public Library Presents ‘To Make Our Voices Heard: Tennessee Women’s Fight for the Vote
Exhibition showcases events leading up to Tennessee’s ratification of the 19th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution
Stokes Brown Public Library presents To Make Our Voices Heard: Tennessee Women’s Fight for the Vote, a new traveling exhibition, on display now at the library. The exhibition, created in partnership with the Tennessee State Museum and the Tennessee State Library and Archives, explores the history of the woman’s suffrage movement, Tennessee’s dramatic vote to ratify the 19th Amendment in 1920, and the years that followed.
“We are very excited to be included among the hosts of this exhibit which beautifully depicts key events and people involved in one of the most important political movements of the twentieth century. We hope that our display will be able to educate our patrons about the role Tennessee played in this important chapter in American history. –Michelle Adcock, Director of Stokes Brown Public Library
The exhibition is constructed of multiple dynamic panels, offering guests a touch-free experience of archival images, engaging stories and introductions to the leaders of the fight for and against the cause of woman’s suffrage. The stories begin by detailing the early challenges of racial and gender discrimination and continuing to the organization of African American and white women’s associations to encourage political engagement. READ MORE
Wednesdays In Springfield – The Classic Tin Cruise In
Held Every Wednesday, from spring till Halloween, Classic Tin Cruise In will be in Springfield, TN. Classic car, truck and bikes Cruise In for Springfield and the surrounding communities coming together for some Burgers and a Coke!!! Being held next to Burger King, 2018 Memorial BLVD, Springfield, TN . Any questions please call Shelby Horner at 615-336-2257
Thursdays – Goodlettsville Farmer’s Market – Every Thursday!
Thursday, August 20, 2020 at 3 PM – 7 PM – Goodlettsville Farmers Market at 705 Caldwell Drive in Goodlettsville.
The Goodlettsville Farmer’s Market is held weekly on Thursdays, 3:00pm – 7:00pm on the lawn next to the Visitor’s Center at Historic Mansker’s Station. The 2020 market will run through October 8th. The market will feature the season’s best fresh produce, farm fresh eggs, baked goods, meats, locally grown plants, hanging baskets and other goodies.
Social distancing measures will be in place. Please observe all posted signage and demarcated lines. Always stay home if you are not feeling
Saturdays – Racing at Veterans Motorplex at The Rim in Greenbrier, TN
Cedar Hill Farmers Market Debuts Thursdays 4pm-8pm
Located behind Cedar Hill City Hall.
Our Local Vendors:
Bellhollow Farms, Head Farms, Corbin Creek Greenhouse & Gifts Not Your Mommas Jams, Marinades & More, For the Love of Fabric, Sweet Loaves and Ivey, Shellys Repurposed Crafts, Be Brave Farm, Rampant Lion Leather Works, The Tree Maker, Easy Peasy Lemon Squeezy & More to announce.
Delicious food can be purchased from the Santa Fe Food Truck which will be on-site.
We are asking all patrons and vendors to comply with Mayor Vogle’s mask mandate.
Depending on the turnout and success, the market hopes to run bi-weekly on Thursdays from 4pm-8pm located behind Cedar Hill City Hall at 290 S. Main St. Cedar Hill, Tn.
NOTICE: Food Assistance Available
The United Ministries Food Bank would like to inform the residents of Robertson County that they are still helping with food needs.
If you are struggling to put food on your table they can help.
They are located at 808 S Main St. (beside Cope). Familes need to have ID’s and Birthdays dates for all living at their residents.
Residents are welcome to come in monthly for assistance. If you have questions please call 615-384-8306.
Hours: Open Monday thru Thursday 10:30AM to 1:30 PM.
Notice: Food Pantry – Bethlehem Baptist Church Drive By Pantry
Please drive up to Building A from the Hwy 76 entrance. Residents are asked to show proof of residence and an SSN# for each resident.
The drive-by pantry will be open on Wednesdays from 11am to 1pm.
NOTE: Beginning 9/2/2020 the pantry will be open 4:00-6:00 pm on the first and third Wednesday evenings of the month.
Bethlehem Baptist Church – 5081 Bethlehem Road – Springfield, TN. 615-643-0333
LOCAL LIBRARY EVENTS
Millersville Public Library – We are excited to start Outdoor Storytimes this September! We will be setting up in the parking lot where families can spread out and practice social distancing while enjoying some stories and songs. Bring your own seating and join us on Fridays at 10:30 am!
Millersville Public Library – Homeschool Storytime is back this September! We’ll meet outside in the library parking lot as weather allows, or through a Zoom meeting on rainy days. Limited spots available. You can register by calling or messaging us.
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