Bring your little ones for a special StoryTime full ofholiday stories, festive fun and exciting crafts! We’ll help you make a light bulb necklace, reindeer hat and more all out of paper. For more information or to register, call the library at 724-1070.
Bring the family to celebrate the end of 2013 and experience the excitement of a New Year’s countdown at a reasonable hour for the younger members of the family during our celebration. Enjoy playing games, making a pair of New Year's glasses, "toasting" to the new year, and ringing it all in with some awesome noisemakers. Don't forget your camera for our photo booth!
Before New Richmond celebrates its Bicentennial in 2014, get your dose of history and genealogy with our new workshop series! Our four-part program is led by Cynthia Whitt Covalcine, M.L.S., M.Ed. from the Clermont County Genealogical Society.
11/2/2013 - Getting started with genealogy
11/9/2013 - Government records and resources
11/16/2013 - Online resources
1/11/2014 - Next steps and problem solving
Call the library at 553-0570 or register online. Ages 15-Adult.
Learn the basics of downloading library eBooks. There will be a presentation on how to use our various downloadable book services, with breakout sessions afterwards for the most common types of eReaders and Tablets. Attendees ages 10-adult can call for more information or to register at 752-5580 or register online.
Drop off your favorite stuffed animals and let them enjoy an overnight stay at the library by 6 p.m., Monday, January 13 for our Annual Stuffed Animal Sleepover.
Dress in your pajamas and pickup your stuffed animal for bedtime stories and songs the next night at 6 p.m., Tuesday, January 14. Get a scrapbook to see your stuffie's adventures showing you everything they did while you were away!
Attendees ages 8-adult are invited to test your winter, wilderness survival IQ and learn how to stay alive in subzero weather. A naturalist from the Clermont County Park District will be here to present basic winter survival skills. We will also learn how to make a collapsible cup from duct tape that you can use to drink melted snow or ice. For more information or to register, call the library at 732-6084 or register online.
Teens ages 12 - 17 will join us for a movie, activity and snack following the theme. This month we will be celebrating "the dead of winter" by making fun (Mystery Science Theater style) of the 1984 classic Gremlins.
Note: Signed permission form is required to attend. Please contact the branch at 752-5580 to be placed on the waiting list if the program is full.