Fort Myers, FL - Gear up, bookworms and event enthusiasts! The Lee County Library System has unveiled an extensive lineup of November programs for bibliophiles and hobbyists of all ages.
Engage in some digital camaraderie at the Online Spanish Conversation Club on Nov. 9. Whether you're polishing your conversational skills or simply looking to practice, this is a perfect fit. Details are available at www.leelibrary.net.
Spotlight on Fort Myers Regional Library: Located at 2450 First St., this local hub is brimming with activities throughout November:
For the Adults:
• Dive into literature with Mona Awad's "All's Well" on Nov. 1.
• Unlock your German ancestry secrets on Nov. 4.
• Express creativity with Ink on Glass Ornaments on Nov. 6.
• Delve into dystopian fiction with "The School for Good Mothers" on Nov. 7.
• Enhance your artistry with Pencil Still Life on Nov. 8.
• Entrepreneurs, get insights on doing business with Lee County on Nov. 13.
• Movie buffs, savor a Hitchcock classic on Film Noir Night on Nov. 14.
• Get crafty with Paper Quilling and discuss "The Tobacco Wives" on Nov. 15.
• Graphic novel enthusiasts, brunch & discuss "My Favorite Thing is Monsters" on Nov. 18.
• Crafters, share and learn at Knit and Stitch on Nov. 28.
• Preschool Storytime on Wednesdays.
• Bounce along to Baby Rhyme Time on Thursdays.
• Families, enjoy "Puss and Boots: The Last Wish" movie on Nov. 4.
• Experience interactive Toddler Tales on Tuesdays.
• Erase overdue fines through reading with Kids Read Down Fines on Nov. 18 & 27.
Teens Take the Stage:
• Relish a movie day on Nov. 4.
• Show off anime flair on Nov. 7.
• Dive into STEAM subjects on Nov. 13.
• Belt out at Karaoke for Teens on Nov. 14.
• Minimize fines with Kids Read Down Fines on Nov. 18 & 27.
For registration or more details, ring 239-479-INFO (4636) or hop over to www.leelibrary.net. Dive into a month full of learning, creativity, and community connection!