Bob Hunter on Sports
Tuesday, January 21, 7 pm
Former Columbus Dispatch sports columnist Bob Hunter shares stories from his book Players, Teams, and Stadium Ghosts: Bob Hunter on Sports spanning his nearly 25 years of Ohio sports journalism.



Original Vs. Remake: The Producers
Wednesday, January 22, 7 pm
Join library staffers Chris Boerger and Michele Reinhart for a discussion of Mel Brooks' classic 1967 comedy and then Susan Stroman's 2005 film of Brooks' own Broadway musical adaptation.
Far Tune
Thursday, January 23, 7 pm
Author, teacher, and Grandview resident Terry Eisele talks about his new graphic novel series Far Tune. This compelling, coming-of-age story follows Fartun Hashi - a Somali refugee girl living in Columbus, Ohio - as she navigates the daily home and school life of a Midwestern teenager.
Dungeons & Dragons Club
Saturdays, January 25 & February 15, 1-4 pm
Grades 6-12 
Learn how to play in the realms of fantasy where everything depends on the roll of the dice and the only limit is your imagination. No registration required.
Shoutin’ Sisters Jazz Band
Thursday, January 30, 7 pm
The Shoutin' Sisters Jazz Band - vocalist/clarinetist Nancy Gamso, vocalists Cherie & Amelia Mannino, and pianist Paul Strawser - pay tribute to The Boswell Sisters and 1920s & 1930s jazz. Part of the 30th Annual Music in the Atrium indoor concert series.
Acting Out the Story
Friday, January 31, 2-2:45 pm
Kids of all ages

Local musician Jesse Powers will teach children the essentials of acting and storytelling through theatre games and music. Hear stories and then practice retelling them with your own minds, bodies, and voices. Then act out a story of your own. Children will build their skills of focus, comprehension, body awareness, and conscious self-expression. Dress for comfort—there will be lots of movement. No registration required. 
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