Norman Public Library briefs
Norman Public Library briefs, March 14
Quilters will show skills
The Norman Area Quilters Guild will sponsor a daylong quilting demonstration beginning at 10 a.m. Saturday in the Lowry Room at the Norman Public Library, 225 N Webster Ave. The group has been coming to the library for a number of years for quilting demonstrations. This year's event will focus on string quilts. A string quilt display is on exhibit in the Campbell Room through March 31.
Workshop set on vegetable gardening
The Norman Public Library will host a vegetable gardening workshop at 5:30 p.m. Monday in the Lowry Room. Horticulturist Tracey Payton Miller will discuss planting seeds, growing transplants, caring for the garden and controlling pests, as well as what can be grown successfully in Oklahoma. The workshop is open to teens and adults. No registration is required.
‘Bug Fest' program returns
“Bug Fest,” an annual spring break program, returns to the Norman library March 20. The family program from 9 a.m. to noon will feature educational booths, including a live insect petting zoo, insect crafts and displays, live worms and more. The program is jointly sponsored by the library and the Cleveland County Extension Center.
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