Dyersville Happenings

Bingo - Held every Thursday at St. Francis Xavier parish hall in Dyersville from 7pm to 10pm.

Tuesday/Thursday - Every Tuesday and Thursday come play progressive euchre at the Dyersville Senior Center from 9-11am. Cost is only a quarter, and prizes are given away. Also, every Wednesday from 9:30-11am come play bingo at the Dyersville Senior Center. Cost is .50 for a set of four, prizes are given away.

JKPL Memoir Project at James Kennedy Public Library beginning at 6:30 p.m. Everyone has a story to tell, what's yours? Join us for this monthly writers' group that focuses on writing about personal stories and family history. No previous writing experience is necessary, please come and learn with us! This group will meet the third Monday of each  month.


Monticello Happenings

 US Cell Tech Class (4-6pm) Join us on the 3rd Thursday of each month for all your technology questions. Bring in your mobile device and learn all you can use it for. Held at the Monticello Public Library (205 E Grand St.)

Pencils & Pints Adult Coloring - Come to the Jitney from 5-8pm for an evening of relaxation and coloring. The library will provide the coloring pages, pens, pencils and crayons.  This event is held on Wednesday's: December 14th, January 18th, February 15th and March 15th. Present your library card to receive 10% off your bill!

PUSHING THE LIMITS - PUBLIC BOOK CLUB SERIES - January Book - Pushing the Limits of Survival (Book Discussions held on Tuesday, January 17th at 6:00 p.m. and Thursday, January 19th at 1:30 p.m. at the library) Appetizers and beverages will be provided at each of the book discussions.

Oceanographer Dirk Pitt traces a lost ship's mysterious cargo to a scientific discovery that would reverse climate change in this #1 New York Times bestselling action adventure series.

Lawrence Pisarik is leading the book discussion. Lawrence is a retired teacher with 35 years experience in teaching science. Lawrence is also passionate about conservation and has served on the Jones County Conservation Board for 25 years. He also serves on the Grant Wood Trail Council.

At the book discussion, they will feature a short video from the author, a short human interest video of real life people "pushing the limits", and discuss how the limits were pushed in the book.