Our second annual MayFest in Odessa is right around the corner!
May 3rd, 2014 from 8am-3pm
If you would like to sign up for a spot in our vendors/crafts/yardsale section please fill out the form below and either bring it to the library or email it to us at firstname.lastname@example.org. We will contact you with information once you are registered.
MayFest Vendor_Craft_YardSale_SignUp Form (PDF VERSION)
If you would like to volunteer for this event please contact the library.
Don’t forget! We will have a fabulous raffle, kids games and prizes, an inflatable bounce, live music, plant sale, bake sale and food, pie eating contest featuring local school personalities, book sale, a visit from Froggy and much much more! See you then!
Join us for Job Search Open Lab at the
Corbit-Calloway Library on:
Tuesdays, March, 4th, 11th, and 18th from 10:00am to 1:00pm
Tuesday, Mar. 4th, -Thank You’s, Cover Letters and Emails: Learn how to create an effective cover letter to send to an employer. Thank you
letters and emails will be discussed also
Tuesday, Mar. 11th, – Job Search Open Lab & E-Book Help
Tuesday, Mar. 18th, – Job Search Open Lab & Create a Winning Resume/ Resume Workshop-Learn the tricks to build and on-line resume
Seating limited for all programs! Register at Corbit-Calloway Memorial Library Front Desk or call at 302-378-8838.
Questions? Contact Alta Porterfield at (302) 922-0753 or email@example.com
Sunday, March 23, 2:00- Daughter of DuPont Company Founder and wife of Civil War Admiral, Sophie du Pont was an artist and musician who funded abolitionists. This presentation is a monologue describing the times in which this famous woman lived and includes singing and playing of music she loved. The talk is thoroughly researched to capture the personality of this historic woman. The portrayal is present in authentic period costume by Evelyn Swensson.
Sunday, April 27, 2:00- Major events associated with the Civil War often get the most attention. This presentation shares lesser known, but equally important facts and trivia about the conflict. However, after providing an overview of the tragic era, the talk’s focus shifts to the role of Fort Delaware and Mid-Atlantic region’s involvement in this major American conflict that remains a fascination to both scholars and students. Present by Ed Okonowicz.
Join us the first Friday of each month for a lively book discussion. A great place to meet friends and share your ideas and thoughts about a book you’ve chosen to read.
Next meeting will be Friday, March 7, 1:00 pm
You are invited to bring your lunch or a snack.
To register, sign up at the Front Desk or call 378-8838.