Dale Rogers, a metal sculptor whose work exists across 88 communities in 27 different states, will be stopping by the Case-Halstead Public Library for a program about Public Art at 6pm, May 28th 2015.
He is the artist behind the lovely sculpture currently in place at Case-Halstead Public Library.
In recent years, the Monarch butterfly population has been in decline. Saturday, May 16, (9am – 12Noon) Carlyle Lake is hosting Bring Back the Monarchs to commemorate National Kids to Parks Day. The event will take place at the Carlyle Lake Visitor’s Center with children’s activities, such as planting milkweed and wildflowers to provide butterflies with food and cover. Other activities will include monarch programs presented by the Butterfly House, monarch crafts, and photo opportunities.
The Carlyle Sailing Association will be placing a billboard advertisement on I-64 next month. The billboard is expected to remain at least 3 months and will direct travelers to the website SailIL.com. The website is currently in development and businesses around the Carlyle Lake area may advertise in the form of a small or large banner ad on the website.
Banner ads can be linked to your website or facebook page.
Contact Ted Beier with CSA to learn more:
(314) 353-3168 or firstname.lastname@example.org
National Library Week, April 13-18
April 14, 4:00 – Anime Club
April 14, 7:00 – David Wolfe as Abraham Lincoln. 150th anniversary of Ford’s Theater
April 15, 10:00 – Story Time – Spring Theme
April 18, 2:00 – Comic book authors Steve Higgins and Greg McCrary talk about writing and publishing comics
National Money Smart Week, April 20-25
April 21, 4:00 – Anime Club