Lafourche Parish Public Library Announces May Events | Advertisement


Louisiana Spirit counselors will offer stress management tips at the library: Did Hurricane Ida or other stressors make life more difficult? Crisis counselors with Louisiana Spirit will be on site at Lafourche Parish Public Library branches in May to assist you. Operating during a President-Declared Disaster under the supervision of the Louisiana Department of Health, Louisiana Spirit offers many services, including stress management. Louisiana Spirit counselors will be leading stress management seminars at the following Lafourche Library branches:

Subsidiary library of Thibodaux: Counselors will present a stress management workshop for people of all ages at 5 p.m. May 2 at the Thibodaux Branch Library, 705 W. Fifth Street.

Lockport Branch Library: Counselors will host a stress management seminar for adults at 11:30 a.m. May 16 at the Lockport Branch Library, 720 Crescent Avenue.

Engraving glass at the Larose Library: Adults can make a beautiful glass-engraved dragonfly for their home at 1 p.m. May 3 at the Larose Branch Library, 305 E. Fifth Street. Registration is required to attend, so register in advance at the library to reserve your spot.

The Thibodaux library will welcome guest authors in May: The Thibodaux Branch Library, 705 W. Fifth Street, will welcome two authors to the library in May.

On May 11, author Gina Vitale will attend story time to read her children’s book How Saturn Got Its Rings at 11:15 a.m.

On May 14, author Anne Harmon Brett will talk about her book The disease: one man’s journey through life with leprosy 10:30 a.m. at the library.

Learn basic coding at the Raceland Library: Raceland Branch Library’s new coding camp continues in May, introducing young or aspiring coders to computer programming concepts, both on-screen and offline. This month, kids can learn binary code, the language all computers read, by coding your name into a bracelet at 4 p.m. on May 10 at the library, 177 Recreation Drive.

Gheens Library will host an anime club: Teens can join the Anime Club at the Gheens Branch Library, 153 N. Leon Drive. Socialize and learn from other dedicated anime fans at 4 p.m. May 24 at the Library.


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