Join us each month for the discussion of a DIY (Do it Yourself) subject. We will offer a concurrent children’s program on a similar theme for kids who can work independently in a program for up to one hour.
Fish– June 27th at 6:30 p.m.
Adults: Come learn about fly fishing with Shawn Hammond, a local fly fishing enthusiast! Shawn has been fly fishing and tying flies for over 43 years and also builds his own custom rods. He is one of those fly fisherman you see standing in the middle of the river when it's only 10° outside
Kids: Deer Flat National Wildlife Refuge will bring their Fish Traveling Trunk, Come explore the world of fish with hands on activities. This lesson focuses on defining characteristics of fish, habitat needs, and the art of fish printing (Gyotaku). Includes preserved samples of local fish, a fish skeleton, rubber fish for fish printing, and coloring activities and songs
Thursday, July 7 from 1:30-3 pm at our Cherry Lane location: Meet enrollment advisors from the College of Western Idaho and find out about degree programs, admission requirements, financial aid, and more.
On November 8th, 2016 Meridian Library District will ask citizens to vote to approve a $12 million bond to fund the construction of two new branch library projects in Meridian: one in South Meridian and one in North Meridian.
Meridian Library welcomes your input on this bond measure. If you'd like to hear more about these projects and details regarding the request, please join us at an upcoming open house. Open house dates and times include: