The hooting of an owl while on a night hike. The howl of a coyote in the woods. A stray cat’s meow. All these sounds tell a story - if you’re listening right! Our friends from the Blank Park Zoo are bringing zoo critters to the East Side Library as they talk about the way that animals communicate. You can learn a lot through the sounds and movements animals make. Learn something new and meet some interesting animals during this interactive program!
Grab your blankets and pillows and just keep swimming, just keep swimming, just keep swimming...to Forest Avenue Library to see Finding Dory, starring Ellen DeGeneres and Ed O’Neill! Dory remembers her parents! So she sets off on an epic journey (with Marlin and Nemo, of course) to find them. Along the way she is captured by humans, almost sent to Ohio, and makes new friends! But will she find her parents?
Tai Chi is a holistic form of exercise that promotes flowing movements and mind/body harmony. Tai Chi is sometimes called a "moving meditation"; as participants concentrate on doing the movements they often forget about their normal, every day concerns. Tai Chi is a slower paced, non-contact martial arts movement.
The Blank Park Zoo is coming to Forest Avenue Library! Join a zoo educator and animals from the zoo’s Education Department to learn the sounds and movements animals use to communicate during this fun and interactive program.
Light up the library with a variety of glow-in the dark crafts and experiments. Disclaimer: the lights will be turned off for the majority of the activities and black lights will be present. Best for elementary ages.