These amazing experiments will boggle the mind and confuse the senses. That is, until you learn the science behind each trick and illusion. This program is great for anyone who cannot wait to explore the amazing world of science. Ages 7-11.
For children in grades 1-3 who LOVE to read and would like to share stories, crafts and treats! Registration is required, limited to 15 members, with a waiting list. Meets monthly on the following Wednesdays at 7 pm
February 24, March 30
Come make some bead bracelets, talk with other tweens and, basically, just bead yourself at this Tween program for ages 9-11.
Do you have a special Dr. Seuss t-shirt or maybe slippers? A Lorax or Cat in the Hat stuffed animal? Have you tried green eggs and ham? Everyone age 3-11 is invited, (a little help from your friends or mom and dad is always accepted), to take a picture of himself/herself with something that represents the wonderful world of Dr. Seuss. Print out the picture and bring it to the library by March 31, 5 p.m. The person with the most creative photo will receive a prize chosen especially for him/her. Please put your name, age and phone number on the back of the photo. All photos will be displayed in the children’s department and will become the property of the library. Enjoy! And will you succeed? Yes! You will, indeed!
Help us celebrate Dr. Seuss’ birthday with stories, games, a craft and a special birthday treat! Ages 3-8. Be sure to check out a copy of the recently discovered and newly published Dr. Seuss book What Pet Should I Get? while you're visiting the library.
Celebrate crayons with trivia, history, how crayons are made, stories, and a craft. All ages.
Kids will have fun and build skills and confidence by reading to Molly, a friendly bibliotherapy dog from Dr. Paws Pet Assisted Therapy. Beginning through fifth grade readers can make an appointment at the Children’s Desk to meet this gentle Old English Sheepdog. Molly is specially trained to listen, and loves kids with books!