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Art and Writing Contest - CALL FOR ENTRIES!
Forest Avenue Library
We'll discuss The Paris Architect by Charles Belfoure.
Teens in 6th through 12th grade can come and volunteer their time to help out with various library projects. Please stop by the library for an application form and have it signed by a parent or guardian prior to your first meeting.
To register for this program, please register the name of one family member to represent your family. Since each family will get their own house, you only need to have one registration spot, no matter how large your group. Registration will begin November 3.
Join us for a discussion of A Week in Winter, by Maeve Binchy. Ask at the information desk for a copy of the book.
Stop by the children's area to make and take a mitten wreath craft! For preschool-elementary school age students. Parent/Guardian must be present with child, and craft is available while supplies last.
Learn how to create holiday ornaments using CDs and other materials! Sip on hot chocolate, join your friends and use our materials to create your ornaments!
Cookies and holiday music will keep teens in good cheer as they create holiday cards for friends and family using colored papers, pencils, markers, rubber stamps and more!
The Meredith Middle School Chorus, under the direction of Kelly Kretschmer, will perform a holiday-themed program.
Whether you use them to decorate a tree, or just hang them up in your locker, we will be making ornaments out of different types of materials. This program is for kids in 3rd-8th grade and requires preregistration.
Here comes Rosie with a Ho, Ho, Ho! After enjoying holiday stories and songs, children will meet Rosie, the friendly reading monster, and receive a holiday treat and take their photos.
Ages 3-6. Treats given while supplies last.
Lewis Major from Polk County Conservation will be here to talk about all of the interesting ways animals' bodies adapt to help them survive during the winter.