Winter Programs for Kids and Families
Escape Room: Little Red
Tuesday, November 27
3:30 p.m. and 6 p.m.
Little Red needs our help! The wolf has locked Little Red out of her Grandma’s cottage. We must solve clues to unlock the box holding the key to grandma’s house before the wolf arrives to gobble her up. Registration is required. Recommended for grades 2-5.
Winter Reading Program
December 1-February 28
Read books to earn prizes. Stop by the library to pick up your winter reading BINGO sheet.
Saturdays, December 1, January 5, and February 2
10 a.m.-12 noon
Bring your Pokemon cards to battle other fans. All ages are welcome and we will teach new trainers how to play the Pokemon Trading Card game. Club Pokemon is supported by Planet Chaos Comics, Cards & Collectables.
Messy Winter Art
Tuesday, December 4 from 3:30-4:30 p.m.
Friday, December 7 from 10-11 a.m.
Create messy winter art at the library. The Tuesday and Friday programs will be the same, so choose to attend the one that best fits your schedule.
Lunch Bunch for Homeschoolers
Thursdays, December 6, January 3, and February 7
Bring your lunch to the library and listen to selections of high-interest chapter books. Books will be available for check-out after each program.
Thursdays, December 13, January 10, and February 14
Join forces with other Lego lovers and build a Lego creation according to a monthly theme.
Noon Year’s Dance Party
Friday, December 28
Join us as we dance, dance, dance and then count down to noon! Recommended for kids ages 0-6 and their siblings and families.
Read to the Dogs
Saturdays, January 12, and February 9
10 a.m.-12 noon
Children have the opportunity to read to a patient and loving dog at the library. All dogs and owners have gone through a rigorous training program and are certified as therapy dogs and owners. Registration is required.
Book Release Party
Saturday, February 9
Celebrate the release of local author Karla Manternach’s book Meena Meets Her Match. Books will be available for sale after the program.