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Library Adult Programs

  1. Food for Thought: French Cooking Demo

    April 20, 2017, 6:00 PM - 7:00 PM @ meeting room - lst floor

    Learn more about French cooking techniques from the ladies at APL's own Food for Thought Market and Cafe. Sample some delightful hors d' oeuvres in this come and go event to set up the main Julia Child program in the Auditorium at 7 p.m. Free, no registration Ages 12+; younger children welcome with an adult

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  2. Bon Appetit! The Life and Times of Julia Child

    April 20, 2017, 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM @ Allen Public Library - Civic Auditorium

    Award-winning food writer Sharon Hudgins presents the life and times of Julia Child, who, at nearly 60 years of age, gained fame as "America's French Chef." Sharon also shares personal recollections of her encounters with this legendary chef, whom she met in Paris during a 1984 interview for "The Stars and Stripes." Free, no registration Ages 12+; younger children welcome with an adult

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Submitted Community Events

  1. Opening Reception: "Cherie Fruehan: Faces" Art Exhibit

    April 20, 2017, 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM @ Blue House Too

    Meet the artist over a glass of wine and some light refreshments during this opening reception! The exhibit explores the familiar subject of the human face, and takes it to unexpected places, through application of color and the manipulation of mediums, creating both recognizable subjects and completely abstract interpretations. Ms. Fruehan is best known for her distinctive bold faces conveyed through various mediums including oils, acrylics and resins applied to canvas, wood and Lucite. She is primarily self-taught, and her work lends itself to a synthesis of Neo-Expressionism and Pop Art, frequently altering a recognizable subject into something unique by utilizing vivid colors, or by completely distorting the form into an abstract interpretation.

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