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Small hands take the lead with creative, open-ended art using a variety of tactile materials in this artsy story time for children ages 2-5 and their caregiver. Children will make their art with a caregiver before the program. During the Zoom program, we will share a story and some songs, then share our art with each other!Registration is required. Please register once per family and list the names and ages of children attending.
Be a paleontologist as we discover how we know dinosaurs existed, how to tell the difference between dinosaurs and reptiles and how to determine what adaptations these strange and interesting animals had in order to meet their needs!
All ages are welcomed. Registration is required, please register once per family.
Children going into grades 3-6 are invited to join us for our fun and friendly Buckeye Book Club on Wednesday January 20 at 4:30 p.m. on Zoom! This month, we will be discussing The Island of Dr Libris by Chris Grabenstein.
Copies of the book are available at the Children’s Desk in the library and also as both an ebook and audiobook on Overdrive, available for free with your library card. Registration is required. A Zoom link will be emailed prior to the program.
Join us as we celebrate early literacy on Zoom! We will read stories by Mo Willems, enjoy rhymes and songs, and do a few crafts and games, having fun while focusing on literacy skills. Program bags will be available the week before the program. Choose from one of two dates: Friday January 22 at 11am or Saturday January 23 at 11am. Geared toward children ages 2-6. Registration is required in order to get the Zoom link.
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