July 22, 2016

Get Your Game on at the Library!

Monday, July 25 - Nursery Rhyme Games
 Nursery rhymes come alive with fun games
Tuesday, July 26 - Small Animal Care
Come and learn what some of the most popular
 small pets need to live happy and healthy lives.  
Wednesday, July 27 - What Sandwich
 Games & fun things about sandwiches & good health
Thursday, July 28 - DIY Games
Come make your own checkers & dominoes games.
Friday, July 29 - Water Games
Play games with water & be prepared to get wet!.
This will happen unless it’s thundering & lightening.

July 26 - Color Capers
presented by Michael Newberg 
(This group meets monthly to color, relax
 & create some cool artwork to take home)
July 28 - Scavenger Hunt
How well do you know the library? Join in the 
fun with this scavenger hunt to see what you
 can find & do in the library!
Wed., July 27 from 12 - 4 p.m.
Meet one on one with our technology
coordinator and get help with all your
tech questions and concerns.

July 18, 2016

Summer Fun Continues This Week

Youth Programs
Mon., July 18-1 pm
"The Fastest Don't Always Win
the Race" - storytelling by the
Traveling Campfire.
Tues., July 19-1 pm
Pea Pod Pandemonium
Listen to pea stories, pea songs, 
play pea games.
Wed., July 20-1 pm
Meet Jordan Noody, learn about
her racing career & see her
race car.
Thurs., July 21-1 pm
Small Animal Care
Learn how to take care of 
popular small pets.
Fri., July 22-1 pm
Science of Sports 
Come on in and have fun.

Teen/Adult Programs

Tues., July 19-6:30 pm
Native Plants by Master Gardeners
Learn how to add beauty to 
landscape with native species &
provide food & habitats for wildlife.
Thurs., July 21-6:30 pm
Creating Fairy Lanterns
presented by Michael Newberg &
Tabitha Corey. Using a recycled bottle
to create a fairy lantern.

July 11, 2016

Get Fit, Have Fun, Learn New Things at the Library

“On Your Mark, Get Set, Read”
Summer Reading Program

Monday, July 11 - Ninja Day
(see if you’re up for ninja-style activities)
Tuesday, July 12 - Sports Art Day
(bring a clean t-shirt & your creativity for game time crafts)
Wednesday, July 13 - Master Gardeners
(hear a story, plant seeds & learn about a seed growing contest)
Thursday, July 14 - Kid’s Yoga
(kids will learn about flexibility & finding balance just for
 kids with yoga instructor, Pat Finnerty, while hearing a story. 
Remember to wear comfy, stretchy clothes to move around!)
Friday, July 15 - Food Group Day
(how well do you know & handle food)

July 12 - Faux Leather Projects
(Come make faux leeather containers, picture frames, etc.
presented by Micheal Newberg & Tabitha Corey.)
July 14 - Blast from the Past
(Games & snacks from the past will bring the kid
at heart out in everyone )

Tech Time Drop In
Wed., July 13 from 12 - 4 p.m.
Get help with your tech questions
one on one with Lew Ellwanger,
the library's technology coordinator.

July 1, 2016

First Week of July Programs

The Library is closed Sat., July 2 - Mon., July 4.
We will reopen Tues., July 5 at noon. 
Pancakes - Tues. July 5 at 1 p.m.
For kids up to 6th grade.
Hear about the great pancake race, have a race &
prepare a breakfast for champions.

Game Crafts - Tues., July 5 at 6:30 p.m.
For teens and adults.
Come make crafts from different well-known games.

Airplane Races - Wed., July 6 at 1 p.m.
For kids up to 6th grade.
Learn about paper airplanes, choose a design to make
and race to see which plane goes the farthest.

Magic with Jim & Cindy - Thurs., July 7 at 1 p.m.
For kids up to 6th grade.
See how reading and magic combine for a great show!

Thurs., July 7 at 6:30 p.m.
For teens & adults.
Chocolate and games will combine for
a fun and tasty night!

Karate - Fri., July 8 at 1 p.m.
For kids up to 6th grade.
Learn how to kick & punch your way
to fitness with Premiere Martial Arts.