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Join us for a DIY series to learn about and practice upcycling and fabric arts skills. Each month, we will make a new fabric arts project out of existing materials. DIY Club meets the last Thursday of each month from 4:30-5:30pm in the Teen Room. This program is for grades K-5. Registration is required.
Calling all Pokémon Trainers, Dungeon Raiders, Magic Gatherers and Board Game Players! Come to the library the last Saturday of each month and get a chance to trade Pokémon cards, take part in a Dungeon & Dragons Campaign or have fun playing a new or favorite table top game. Bring your Pokémon cards, D&D dice or other gaming favorites and enjoy two hours with other geeky gaming enthusiasts. This free program is for all ages and no registration is required.
Spring has sprung so come in for some pajama fun! Wear your jammies and bring your favorite stuffed animal for an evening drop-in storytime with stories, songs, and a special snack. No registration is required. For families with children ages 2 and up. (infant siblings are welcome to attend).
Tea and books is the perfect pairing for a wonderful tea for mom and me! Come celebrate Mother's Day at the library with a tea party! We’ll have food, refreshments and a craft. For children ages 4 and up and the special lady in your life - Grandmas welcome too!Registration is required. Please register all attending for one of the two sessions.
Join us for Bookworm Buddies our book club for children K- 2nd grade. Our last monthly meeting of the year is May 9th from 4:30 – 5:15. In this parent/child book club you’ll read a book together and then come for a discussion, fun activities and a snack to go with it! For May 9th, we’re reading The Year of Billy Miller by Kevin Henkes.
“Billy Miller visits the statue of the Jolly Green Giant at the end of the summer vacation, he has an unlucky fall and ends up with a small lump on his head. What a way to start second grade, with a lump on you head! As the year goes by, though, Billy figures out how to navigate elementary school, how to appreciate his little sister, and how to ne more grown up and responsible.”
Registration required – register child only and list name of adult attending.Copies of the book are available at the Children's Desk
Join us as and create a STEM based project… all from things you could find around your house. For Grades 3-5.
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