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September 23, 2019
 

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These houses look good enough to eat

Young Ada architects build gingerbread houses at the library

Photos by Monty Siekerman
That's right.
These houses look good enough to eat. Several young Ada residents demonstrated their house-building abilities recently in an evening devoted to holiday tradition: creating gingerbread houses.

Construction material included an assortment of jellybeans, candy canes, peppermint candy, gumdrops and, of course icing and graham crackers.
 

 

Kids invited to make a gingerbread house at the library

 

Once again, the Ada Public Library will sponsor two times to make gingerbread houses:
4-7 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 13
3-5 p.m. Friday, Dec. 14

If you are looking to entertain kids with something creative and gooey, then building gingerbread houses fits the bill. Sign up ahead of time is required.
 

Japanese cooking featured

Yusuke Muramatsu, an engineer at ATI, will give a Japanese cooking demonstration at 3:30 p.m. on Wednesday, Dec. 12, at the Ada Public Library. The program is free and open to the public.

Still time to bid

Ada Public Library silent auction ends Dec. 1

Time is running out in the Ada Public Library's holiday auction.

The auction, which has items of interest for children, youth, and adults, will conclude Saturday, Dec. 1.

The items have been donated by individuals, businesses, and organizations from Ada and surrounding towns.

Proceeds will benefit the summer reading program. Some items include a gift certificate to Kaleidoscope Farms (think Christmas trees), Dietsch’s chocolate, a Wilson football, LED lantern, haircut, and a giant beanbag chair.

Shhhhhhh! auction in progress

It's until Dec. 1 at the public library

By Monty Siekerman
Sonny Zank looks over the many items on display for a silent auction at the Ada Public Library.

The auction, which has items of interest for children, youth, and adults, will conclude Saturday, Dec. 1.

The items have been donated by individuals, businesses, and organizations from Ada and surrounding towns.

Proceeds will benefit the summer reading program. Some items include a gift certificate to Kaleidoscope Farms (think Christmas trees), Dietsch’s chocolate, a Wilson football, LED lantern, haircut, and a giant beanbag chair.

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