A special guest from Living History Farms will be joining us to explain about the different tools Ioway Indians made and used in the year 1700. Everybody will get to make their own pot to take home. This program is for 3rd-8th graders and requires preregistration. Thank you to the Friends of the Franklin Avenue Library for sponsoring this program.
Do you like to swim? Find out what happens when we read The Crocodile Who Didn't Like Water by Gemma Merino.
Teens in grades 6-12 are invited to use the library laptops. Board games are also available.
Come to Central Library after-school to build with LEGOS, blocks or Duplos! Use your imagination to create and have fun! Parent or guardian must be present with child.
Get a sneak preview of what's happening this summer at Super Crafty Readers! We will read the story, "Kapow!" and make a fun superhero craft while learning all about the super stuff going on during the 2015 Summer Reading Program!
Teens! Learn to take old jars - glass and plastic - and transform them into a decorative work of art. Decorate them using our materials - and give them to Mom for Mother's Day!
Do you need a Mother's Day gift idea? Come to the North Side library to create some fun Sharpie jar art. These make great Mother's Day gifts! Registration is recommended as supplies are limited.
Teens who have filled out a Summer Reading Teen Volunteer Application Form are required to attend this training session. Teens will be trained on how to sign up patrons for the program and get a tour of the Central Children/Teen Area.
Students in grades 3-12 are welcome to join us for a paper mache craft, window drawing and snacks!
Come on over to the North Side Library to discuss Escape from Mr. Lemoncello's Library, by Chris Grabenstein! Complete some fun activities about the book and enjoy a snack with your friends. Copies of the book are available at the Info. Desk.