JKPL hosts Ladies’ Night

Posted on Mar 29 2019


The Joeten-Kiyu Public Library held a Ladies’ Night in honor of Women’s Month last Friday.

More than 130 community members stopped by to take advantage of the evening’s activities: Zumba class, art demonstrations, smoothie bar, makeover station, face painting, and a raffle drawing. Ladies and their families learned how to create fun local crafts (mwar making, bead making, recycled paper basket making, flower making), tried two green smoothies, and most importantly, relaxed and had a good time.

The JKPL Ladies’ Night would not be possible without the generous support of numerous community partners. The library would like to thank the Office of the Governor Women’s Affairs Office, CNMI Women’s Association, the First Lady Diann Torres Foundation, DCCA Commonwealth Council for Arts and Culture, Friends of the Joeten-Kiyu Public Library, Northern Humanities Council’s Motheread/Fatheread Program, 2018 Miss Marianas Celine Cabrera, DFS T Galleria Saipan, Natural Nail Spa, Healing Stone, and Bobby S. For the latest news and events, please visit the Joeten-Kiyu Public Library’s website at ​www.cnmilib.org and like and/or follow JKPL’s Facebook page, @joeten kiyu. Follow the library on Instagram @joetenkiyu, Pinterest @ Joeten Kiyu, and Snapchat @JoetenKiyu. The Joeten-Kiyu Public Library’s hours of operation are as follows: Tuesday-Friday, 10am-6pm, Saturday, 9am-4pm, and closed Sundays, Mondays and holidays.

Programs and activities are sponsored by the Friends of the Joeten-Kiyu Public Library, and are made possible by IMLS Grant # LSTA LS-00-18-0052-18 and IMLS Grant # LSTA LS-01-18-0058-18, Office of the Governor Women’s Affairs Office and CNMI Women’s Association. (PR)

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