10:00-10:20 am – This storytime is focused on very young children and building literacy skills for them – listening to words, building vocabulary and using their imagination. We read stories, dance, bounce and wiggle. Join us!
10:00-10:30am AND 11:00-11:30am Storytime for 2-3 year-old is so much fun! We read great books, learn finger plays, sing songs and dance. We also will work on these early literacy skills: vocabulary development, shape recognition, rhyming and word play. We now have TWO storytimes for 2-3 year-olds on Wednesdays, 10am and 11am. Come join us!
10:00-10:30am AND 11:00-11:30am Join us for as we read good books, learn finger plays, sing songs, dance and have fun. Every week is a NEW adventure! Come join us!
Thursday, Oct. 18 – “Greg Heffley: This is Your Life” adapted by Patrick Peterson from the books written by Jeff Kinney *Registration begins Tuesday, Oct. 9* For: 3rd-5th Grade Readers Theater is a blast! Get your part, read the script, rehearse…then it’s showtime! No acting experience necessary. And YES, the library is providing pizza & water! Families are encouraged to come at 2:00 to view the final performance.
For: 3rd – 5th Grades DOAWK #13 “The Meltdown” will be available on Tuesday, October 30th…and the library is celebrating!!! Sign up for an hour of games, food and fun. PLUS…four lucky kids will get to be the first to check out the book to read! Registration begins Monday, October 22nd – space is limited.
*Registration begins Monday, Oct. 29* Ages: 2nd – 5th Grade Welcome to Camp Construct! This 2 hour program features hands-on activities using the color-coded littleBits modules that snap together magnetically to create a simple, inventive project in seconds. Then with LEGO Robotics WeDo, using LEGOs, working motors and sensors along with computer programming, the creation comes alive with motion and sound. Each camper gets to experience LEGO Robotics, littleBits and… Read more »
K – 5th Graders use LEGO’s supplied by the library to build cool “stuff”. Occasionally, the creations are displayed in the children’s display case.