Bemis Public Library – July 2021

  • Adult Summer Reading Program – May 24-July 31
    Tales & Tails: Curl up with a good book and a furry (or feathery, scaly, or slimy…) companion, and enter to win great prizes. Adults, age 18 and up: Read books or attend library events, either virtually or in-person, for chances to win prizes. You can find all of the details at
  • Senior Social Club—Thursdays in July 9:30–11:30 a.m.
    We’re ready to meet in person once again! Please join us for a weekly outdoor chat, socially distanced but closer than Zoom. We will meet in Gallup Park, on the east side of the library’s parking lot. Please bring your own chair, and be prepared to meet new friends – including some furry friends from the Humane Society on select days!
  • Avoid Identity Theft & Scams with Canvas Credit Union—Tuesday, July 6, 6 p.m.
    Spot scammers and take steps to safeguard your information. Tricky thieves want your information! National databases are being hacked and shady emails are flooding your inbox. Fight back by getting informed. There are ways to minimize your risk of identity theft. Find out what data breaches mean to you, how to spot email scams, set secure passwords, peg phony phone calls, stay safe online, and more.
  • Summer Safety Series with South Metro Fire Rescue – Tuesdays, July 13, & 20, 2 p.m.
      • July 13: Senior Health and Successful Aging
        Take charge of your health by understanding the most common health challenges that come with aging.
      • July 20: Aging in Place
        Learn how to minimize risks, plan for the future, and continue to age in the home of your choice for as long as possible.
    • Cell phones & Landlines: Call 1 (253) 215 8782. Enter Meeting ID 992 4528 7818 when prompted.
    • Computers and smartphones: Click here to connect:
  • The Olympics with Active Minds – Monday, July 19, 2 p.m.
    Born of diplomatic and political design, the Olympics have always played an important role in international politics. The games provide a stage for both international cooperation and peaceful competition, as well as international conflict and confrontation. Join Active Minds as we explore the rich history of the Olympic Games and how they have been involved in a variety of international political issues over the years.

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