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Collage Journaling
Tuesday, January 22, 7 pm 
Express yourself, have fun, and enjoy the positive benefits of creating art. Join GHPL staff and artist Dani Joy Collins for a night of crafty non-judgmental expression using found/recycled materials to create something new. No experience required. No fee. Bring a blank journal. Art supplies provided. Registration required.

Bill Canonico
Thursday, January 24, 7 pm
Singer-songwriter Bill Canonico performs original folk/blues songs on acoustic guitar and harmonica. Part of the 29th Annual Music in the Atrium indoor concerts series. 

Mystery Night
Friday, January 25, 7-9 pm 
Grades 5-9

Join us after hours at the library for mystery-solving, prizes, pizza, and games. Space is limited. Registration required beginning January 11. A permission slip signed by a parent or legal guardian is required; download and complete the form and bring it with you on the day of the program. 

Parachute Play
Saturday, January 26, 11-11:45 am
Activities, songs, and games all based on parachute play for preschoolers. Space is limited. Registration required.

Meet the Author
Saturday, January 26, 2:30-3:30 pm
Meet local Grandview author Joshua Boring, author of Prime Alpha, his first book in the Planetary Powers series. Joshua will take us through his personal writing journey toward his first book and answer questions about his series that is still developing.

FILM: New York in the 1950s
Monday, January 28, 6 pm
Mondays in February (except 2/18), 6:30 pm

There is no more iconic American metropolis than New York City, so it's not surprising that it's provided such a frequent backdrop for iconic Hollywood films. Join us for a film series dedicated to the city's portrayal during that important decade for American cinema - the 1950s.  

EpiPen Best Practices
Tuesday, January 29, 7-7:30 pm 
Join Grandview Heights School nurse Mary Mauro in Conference Room B for a short demonstration and presentation regarding EpiPen usage and best practices.   

Introduction to Sake and Japanese Culture
Tuesday, January 29, 7 pm
Akisa Fukuzawa, former Executive Director of the Japan-America Society of Central Ohio, shares the secrets of Japanese rice wine (sake) and its role in Japanese culture in this fascinating talk. Note: This event does not include a tasting.

Parenting Teens
Thursday, January 31, 6:30 pm
Join Syntero clinicians for a community conversation about parenting, parental peer pressure, and strategies to unite around healthy behaviors. Part of our community discussion series with: Start Talking GrandviewSynteroThe Stand ProjectGrandview Heights and Upper Arlington schools, and Upper Arlington Public Library

Friday Movie
Friday, February 1, 3:15-5 pm
Grades K-5

Watch a fun movie on the big screen at the library. Bring your best buddy and a snack if you wish. No registration required. 

Library closed February 18
The library will be closed Monday, February 18, for staff training. 

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