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Georgetown Charter Township Public Library
The 32-Degree Adult Winter Reading Club challenges you to cozy up with a good book and log 32 days of reading between January 1 and February 28. Read 15 minutes or more for 32 days and receive a small prize. Read 10 books to enter the grand prize drawing for a gift card. Entries must be received and prizes must be claimed by Saturday, March 4 at 5 pm. Pick up a reading log beginning December 19.
Georgetown Charter Township Public Library Children's Programming Room
Touch, hear, see, and play! This drop in play time focuses on letting kids play and learn using their senses, using things like textured blocks, water, sound tubes, ball pit, and foam paint. Come and go as you please during the hour.
Ages 0-5. Play clothes that can get messy are encouraged.
PARENTAL SUPERVISION REQUIRED. Some of our sensory bins include small pieces, which are great for sensory play, but mean you'll want to keep a close eye on your little ones!
Georgetown Charter Township Public Library Large Programming Room (Basement)
Amy Kenny is a disabled scholar and a Shakespeare lecturer who hates Hamlet. Recently, she was appointed the inaugural associate director of the Disability Cultural Initiative at Georgetown University, a role that seeks to celebrate the diverse disability community and cultivate a culture of access intimacy across campus.
Her book, My?Body Is Not a Prayer Request, mixes humor, personal narrative, and theology to invite?faith communities to rethink their unintentional ableism and learn from the embodied wisdom of disabled people. Kenny explains that it is time for the church to start treating disabled people as full members of the body of Christ who have much more to offer than a miraculous cure narrative.
Kenny’s work on disability has been featured in?Teen Vogue, Sojourners, Shondaland, The Mighty,?and?Huff Post. She also serves as a scribe for Freedom Road Institute for Leadership and Justice, coordinates support for people experiencing homelessness in her neighborhood...