Wednesday, July 12th at 11:30 am
Update: It’s raining this Tuesday morning, so we’re bumping forward our fairy house making until tomorrow after storytime! See you then!
Come to the library side lawn to make a house for the fairies! Many materials will be available, but we encourage you to bring some of your own as well– that’s the best way to make sure you’ll have what you need!
Our library garden fairies only like to live in houses made of all-natural materials. Look for loose bark, stones, ferns, twigs, pine needles, etc. Please be respectful of living things while you gather your materials– living trees need their bark!
This program is free and open to everyone who believes in fairies, from age 0 to 105! Join us in our efforts to build a better world– one that’s filled with wonder and magic and respect for nature.
Come to the library parking lot between 1:00 and 3:00 to get up-close and personal with a loader and a dump truck! Talk to the people who get to use them! Sit on the seat! Make a craft! And while you’re here, come on in to get your reading chart stamped and check out some books!
Come work together with friends to design a LEGO building or Cubelets robot for a better world at 2:00, Thursday June 29th. Try out our Google Cardboard 3D viewers while you’re here! All ages welcome! As always, adult supervision is required for all children under 9.
SYNC is a free summer audiobook program for teens 13+ (and adult listeners, too!). From April 27 through August 16, 2017, SYNC will give away two complete audiobook downloads each week, including four outstanding Listening Library titles! Visit www.audiobooksync.com each week for two new audio offerings. Once downloaded, these audios are yours to keep—but hurry, each title is available for one week only!
Build a Better World: Summer Reading Movie Night!
This Thursday, June 22nd, 5:00 pm
“Jungle Jim” Manning performed his Minecraft Madness balloon magic show for us this morning, and we had a BLAST!
He even climbed inside a giant 6 foot balloon!
Summer reading is off to a spectacular start. Lets use our brains and imaginations and keep reading all summer long!
This Tuesday, May 9th, at 3:15 we are constructing bristle bot bugs that skitter around a table top, powered by an offset motor. Then we’ll see who’s bot stays in the ring the longest! These bots have parts that have to stay at the library, so our bugs will hang out on display at the library for a few days. Check out what these bristle bot buggies might look like!