Library Pals: After-School Club
Thursdays, March 9 and 23 at 3:30 PM
Drop in to the library for some after-school fun! Each session will feature a different activity, such as crafts, STEM projects, improv acting, and more! For children, grades K-6. No registration required.
Irish Step Dancers
Thursday, March 16 at 4 PM
The Sacred Heart Irish Step Dancers, a group of accomplished and enthusiastic children, will perform in this great St. Patrick’s Day tradition! For all ages.
Wednesday, March 15 at 4 PM
Build and decorate a birdhouse at the library! Share your cozy creation with feathered friends in your neighborhood or leave it for the birds that live around the library. Use Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Mathematics (STEAM) to learn more about the natural world. For children, ages 8-12. Register online, at the Youth Desk, or call 928.777.1537.
Tabletop Games for Teens
Thursday, March 16 at 4 PM
Drop by the library to play fun and engaging board games testing your logic, problem-solving, and superior gaming abilities. Games include Splendor, Quacks, Azul, Galaxy Trucker, Mystic Vale, and multiple versions of Ticket to Ride, among others. Most games are for 2-5 players so bring your friends or come solo and challenge another teen.
Star Talks: Earth Strikes Back:
NASA’s First Planetary Defense Experiment
Wednesday, March 1 at 6 PM
Late 2022, NASA’s DART spacecraft deliberately crashed into an asteroid at a speed of more than 13,000 mph. Given this dramatic end, ground based telescopes, including several at Lowell Observatory, will be tasked with witnessing the aftermath. Dr. Moskovitz will discuss background to the DART mission, what was expected to happen, why smashing into things in outer space can be fun, and the results so far from the mission.
Plant to Plate Gardening:
Getting Started with Healthy Soil
Thursday, March 9 at 4:30 PM
Planting begins with the soil. Good soil is loamy, easy to dig, readily soaks up and stores water, drains well, and makes a good seedbed. In this program, you will learn how to improve the condition of your soil to support healthy plant life through a variety of methods including composting and fertilizing in order to provide nutrients and water for plants.
Plant to Plate Gardening: Planting Your Garden
Thursday, March 23 at 4:30 PM
Once you have planned your garden and prepared your soil, it is time to plant your garden! In this program, you will learn about container gardening, timing your plantings, and the basics of starting your garden with transplants or seeds.
The Plant to Plate series is available thanks to a partnership with Yavapai Master Gardeners and Prescott Farmer’s Market.
Prescott Writers: Editing Your Writing
Tuesday, March 28 at 6 PM
Editing is a necessary part of the writing process. Author Heidi Thomas will explore the types of editors and editing that an author may need to publish a book including copy editors, line editors, proof readers, and more.
All programs are presented with
funding from the Friends of the Prescott Public Library
Questions about Adult Events? Call 928.777.1526.