Book Connection Thursdays (and sometime Saturdays) are Back!
Thursdays, 3:30– 4:30
We’ve sprinkled in a couple of Saturdays as well. Plus – we’ll be holding Book Connection all during spring break week!
Book Connection is a free, after-school hour of stories, crafts, and snacks developed around a theme for kids PrK-5th grades. Download the Spring Flyer (pdf) >
March Activity Schedule
- March 3rd: Create a Dr. Seuss-like creature
- Saturday, March 5th: Lego Day 11:00 am to 12:30 pm
- March 10th: No Program
- March 14-18 Spring Break: A different activity every single day!
- March 17th: Make a Leprechaun
- March 24th: Build a bunny basket
- March 31st: Fashion a fish
April Activity Schedule
- Saturday, April 2nd: Lego Day 11:00 am to 12:30 pm
- April 7th: Decorate a Dog
- April 14th: Make a Bad Kitty or Pete the cat door hanger
- April 21st: Creating an Alligator is a snap
- April 28th: Finger paint an animal shape
Join us Mondays at 4:00 until 6:00 pm.
Here’s what we will be making:
14th – Cabochon necklaces
21st – Cabochon bunny magnets
28th – Plastic spoon rose pendants
This program is for Teens & Adults. It’s also free to participate, but sign up is required.
Starting January 2016, story time will move from Tuesdays to Wednesdays.
Family fun is happening Wednesday mornings from 9:30 to 9:50 am.
To schedule your group at 10 or 10:30 am, call 262-2409.
Story time is for babies to kids age 5. Parents, you must stay with your child.
Thursdays from 3:30 to 4:30
Book Connection is a free, after-school hour of stories, crafts, and snacks developed around a theme for kids Pre K through 5th grades.
January: Winter Wonderland
Saturday, January 2 – 11:00 am to 12:30 pm
Make a paper mitten wreath
Paint a wax resist snow scene
Make a snowman
Movie Day (108 min.) – The story of a young girl who grows up in fear of her powers. She lives alone, in eternal winter, until her younger sister helps her let it go.
February: Imaginary Worlds
Magical World Create with recyclables.
Saturday, February 6 – 11:00 am to 12:30 pm
Harry Potter Lego Day – Dress in costume, build Harry’s world, make magical crafts, and play games.
Medieval times make your own castle.
Blocky Minecraft World – Children 8 & up will learn how to play Minecraft (reservation required). Younger children will use paper tiles to create their own world.
Land of Fairytales Make a story inspired stained glass window.
The November 2015 newsletter is here!