Children’s Programs

Brick Building Challenge – Children in 1st – 6th grade were given a LEGO® brick challenge and a set time to complete it in.

Countdown to New Year 2014 & 2015 – Children of all ages were invited to enjoy some dancing, crafts and refreshments while we counted to 12 noon.

Diary of a Wimpy Kid – To celebrate the new release of a book in the “Diary of a Wimpy Kid” series by Jeff Kinney we hosted a drop-in party for kids of all ages.

Dr. Seuss Craft – Children of all ages made a Cat in the Hat mask to celebrate Dr. Seuss’s birthday!

Halloween Parade – Trick or treat! Children came to the library dressed in their Halloween costumes to make a craft, hear a story, play a game and trick or treat throughout the library.

Fancy Nancy Soiree – What better way to celebrate Fancy Nancy turning 10 than by having a birthday soiree; filled with games, a craft and cupcake decorating.

LEGO Checkout Challenge – Children were given 3 LEGO bricks and their picture taken every time they checked out a book.

Monster Masks – Children of all ages were invited to drop in and make their own masks using paper plates, yarn, pom poms, cut out shapes and a variety of other items.

Pokemon Party – Children of all ages completed a Pokemon Scavenger Hunt to receive a cool pin and made a Pokeball craft!

Polar Express Pajama Party – Happy Holidays! Children came in their PJs to enjoy snacks, presents, play winter and Christmas related games and to listen to “The Polar Express” by Chris Van Allsburg.

St. Patrick’s Day Activities – This drop in St. Patrick’s Day party was for children of all ages. There was a shamrock stamp craft, four leaf clover hunt and Play-Doh St. leprechaun mats.

Superhero Training Course – Children made a mash, arm cuffs, created a Superhero name and went through an obstacle course to receive a Superhero certificate.

Thanksgiving Party – This drop in Thanksgiving party was for children of all ages. There was an obstacle course, craft and story.

Wreck the Library – Children explore the inner workings of technology by taking it apart.

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