The Friends of the Library is once again sponsoring at scholarship contest for area seniors. The application form can be found below. Deadline for submission is April 2. Valley Center High School seniors should submit their applications through their high school counselor by April 1.
Join the Fun at the VC Library for Spring Break 2019!
Mon.-Fri. March 11-15
Story Time & Crafts every morning at 10:30 for ages 0-8
Board games all day every day (board games will be out on the tables, anyone can drop in to play)
Harry Potter/Fantastic Beasts Movie Marathon with Free Popcorn – two movies will be shown each day at noon and 3 pm:
Monday: Harry Potter & The Sorcerer’s Stone/Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets
Tuesday: Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Askaban/Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire
Wednesday: Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix/Harry Potter and the Half Blood Prince
Thursday: Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part One/Part Two
Friday: Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them/Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald
Table Top Games Tues. and Thurs. at 10:30 am (all ages welcome! If you’ve never played a table top game before, come learn what it’s all about. If you have played, come lend your expertise — beginning readers should bring a partner who can read and assist)
Sun., Jan. 20, 2 PM – Valley Center Community Center & Library
Sponsored by Valley Center Public Library & Friends of the Library
Lucy Tayiah Eads was born in 1888 in a tipi on the banks of Little Beaver Creek in Indian Territory (now Oklahoma). She was the adopted daughter of Chief Wah-Shun-Gah who served as principal chief of the Kanza from 1885 to 1908. Lucy attended Haskell Indian School from 1901 to 1908. In 1922 Lucy was elected Chief of the Kaw tribe – the first woman Chief of the Kaw. She served until 1934.
Pauline Sharp is a citizen of Kaw Nation and past vice-president of the Kaw Nation Cultural Committee. She has also served on the Board of Trustees of the Mid-American All-Indian Center in Wichita, Ks. Sharp has researched and studied the history and culture of the Kanza People, from whom the State of Kansas took its name. She tells the story of the Kanza (Kaw) people through the character of her grandmother, Lucy Tayiah Eads. Sharp is a juried member of the Kansas Alliance of Professional Historical Performers and lives in Wichita, Kansas with her husband, Doug Sharp. Pauline is a 1968 graduate of Valley Center High School.