Date

A History of Elizabeth C. White and the Development of the Cultivated Highbush Blueberry

Adult, Seniors

The first commercial crop of blueberries was sold in 1916.  Today blueberries are big business. Learn the fascinating history of the development of this fruit and the industry.

Thu, Jul. 14 (6:00pm)

Family Movie- Honey, I Shrunk the Kids

Kids, Family

Cool off by the big screen for a toddler friendly feature film in a no pressure setting. Feel free to bring snacks. Our movie will be Honey I Shrunk the Kids with a rating of PG (there are some scary-exciting moments) and a run time of 1 hour and 41 minutes.

Sat, Jul. 16 (11:00am)

Lego Corner

Kids

Kids ages 7 to 12, drop in and build! Legos provided.

Mon, Jul. 18 (2:00pm)

Coding for Kids (Ages 11-14)

Kids, Teen, Computer

Your child can learn to code! Register for classes for your child to learn to code. Ages 11 to 14 will have class at 4 pm on Mon, Tues, and Wed. Plan on attending all three classes. Kids ages 8 to 10 will have class at 4pm on Thurs and Friday.

Mon, Jul. 18 (4:00pm)

Play With Your Food (Ages 6-12)

Kids

Join Mrs. I for another summer of playing with your food! Budding chefs will hear a story and then create a recipe that matches the day's theme. Please be aware that food is prepared and served at this program.

 

 

Tue, Jul. 19 (3:00pm)

Coding for Kids (Ages 11-14)

Kids, Teen, Computer

Your child can learn to code! Register for classes for your child to learn to code. Ages 11 to 14 will have class at 4 pm on Mon, Tues, and Wed. Plan on attending all three classes. Kids ages 8 to 10 will have class at 4pm on Thurs and Friday.

Tue, Jul. 19 (4:00pm)

Magazine Scavenger Hunt for Teens

Teen

Teens ages 13-18 can stop in on the 20th any time between 1pm and 4pm and attempt the Magazine Scavenger Hunt! Teens will be issued a challenge and must hunt for images that represent that challenge.  The challenges are self-paced and require at least 30 minutes.

Wed, Jul. 20 (1:00pm)

Bookbuzzers Chew and Chat Club

Adult, Seniors

Spend a relaxing afternoon discussing your favorite books, while snacking on light refreshments.

Wed, Jul. 20 (2:00pm)

Coding for Kids (Ages 11-14)

Kids, Teen, Computer

Your child can learn to code! Register for classes for your child to learn to code. Ages 11 to 14 will have class at 4 pm on Mon, Tues, and Wed. Plan on attending all three classes. Kids ages 8 to 10 will have class at 4pm on Thurs and Friday.

Wed, Jul. 20 (4:00pm)

Veggie Art

Kids, Family

Has Miss Kiran gone bananas? She says "You don't have to eat your veggies! You can create art with them!"  Join us at the library for some creative food play.

Best Suited for children 4 to 12. Younger children will require assistance. 

 

Thu, Jul. 21 (11:00am)

Coloring and Conversation

Adult, Seniors

Bring your crayons and pencils, and we will be happy to supply the coloring sheets.

Thu, Jul. 21 (2:00pm)

Coding for Kids (Ages 8-10)

Kids, Teen, Computer

Your child can learn to code! Register for classes for your child to learn to code. Ages 11 to 14 will have class at 4 pm on Mon, Tues, and Wed. Plan on attending all three classes. Kids ages 8 to 10 will have class at 4pm on Thurs and Friday.

Thu, Jul. 21 (4:00pm)

Coding for Kids (Ages 8-10)

Kids, Teen, Computer

Your child can learn to code! Register for classes for your child to learn to code. Ages 11 to 14 will have class at 4 pm on Mon, Tues, and Wed. Plan on attending all three classes. Kids ages 8 to 10 will have class at 4pm on Thurs and Friday.

Fri, Jul. 22 (4:00pm)

Sports Make and Take

Kids, Family

Kids ages 4 to 12 can pop into the library to create a sports themed craft and test their skills with the scavenger hunt!

Sat, Jul. 23 (All day)

Chapter Book Club-Magic Tree House

Kids

Calling all fans of the Magic Tree House series! We will be reading a few chapters of Hour of the Olympics by Mary Pope Osborne (feel free to bring your copy with you to read along) and making Olympic themed crafts. For ages 6 to 9.

Mon, Jul. 25 (3:00pm)

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