Adeline Wright hosts this evening of storytelling and open mic journal sharing in the style of the Moth and Mortified podcasts. There will be an open mic journal-sharing segment. This is opportunity for anyone to read a journal entry, poem or other hilarious, serious or heart-wrenching writings from their youth. Gag Me with a Spoon events occur on the second Sunday of each month.
Thirty minutes of stories, songs and fingerplays. Parents are welcome to attend with their preschoolers, but may also treat this as a first independent activity for their children. Meet in Youth Services area.
Nerd Nite Duluth: Merry Nerdmas features holiday cheer with three more passionate people packing PowerPoint presentations. This month's geek bait includes: "Christmas According to Jim Henson" by Alison Moffat and Emily Wooster “Mark & Jen's Christmas Jukebox: The Best and Worst in Holiday Music” by Mark Nicklawske "Whose Idea Is It Anyway?": Fanfiction, Originality, and Legality Also: games, drinks and prizes.
The Spoken Word Open Mic series, hosted by Tina Higgins Wussow, is open to all genres. Writers interested in a 10-minute performance slot can simply sign up on arrival. The event occurs on the third Thursday of each month.
Bring one or more vegan cookbooks from the collection of the Duluth Public Library and one or more recipes from other books. (If possible, bring a few copies of the recipe to share.) Also bring questions and discoveries about plant-based cooking and baking.