Weekly Preschool and Toddler Story Time
Wednesdays from .
Each week features a theme, music, stories and a craft.
Read With Oreo
School aged students are invited to come to the library and share a book with Oreo the Reading dog.
Mandeville Films© “Insurgent”
Ages 13 and up- Refreshments will be provided
Books and Cooks Cooking Club
Thursday September 17th
Ice Cream in a Bag!
Young chefs in grades 2 and up will learn how to make a tasty three ingredient treat.
Come let your imagination run wild as you build Lego creations with friends.
September 1st-Duct Tape Pouch-Use snazzy duct tape to create your own personal re-sealable pouch perfect for carrying pencils or other treasures.
8th- Shrinky Dinks- By drawing or rubber stamping on special shrink plastic sheets crafters will be able to make their own magnets, key chains, or charms. Participants will be wowed as they watch their creations “shrink” in size with the use of a heat source. So much fun- not to be missed!
15th- Zentangles- Come learn about the style of art known as “Zentangle”. Using small squares of paper and thin black markers participants will create intricate designs while also learning relaxation and stress release skills.
22nd- Bigger than Life Wall Art- Have you ever wanted to create some jumbo sized pieces of art? Well, here’s your chance. Join us as we use multiple forms of media to create some stunning pieces of art!
29th- Aboriginal Dot Painting- During this session, participants will learn about the ancient art of the native people of Australia and experiment with the techniques used to create these colorful pieces of art.
DCF Book Club
Monday September 28th
“The Misadventure of the Family Fletcher” by Dana Allison Levy
Once a month Students in grades 4-8 are invited to hang out, discuss a great DCF book, try a fun activity or two, have a snack and meet other book lovers. Books are available to pick up the first week of the month at the Youth Circ. desk.
“The start of the school year is not going as the Fletcher brothers hoped. Each boy finds his plans for success veering off in unexpected and sometimes disastrous directions. And at home, their miserable new neighbor complains about everything. As the year continues, the boys learn the hard and often hilarious lesson that sometimes what you least expect is what you come to care about the most.” (*Amazon.com)