Date

Dulcimer demonstration

Adult, Family, Music

Dulcimer demonstration and performance

Tue, Aug. 4 (7:30pm)

Hooray for Heroes Cape Craft & Parade

Kids

Create a cape and mask that will transform your favorite stuffed animal into a super hero then give them a name and powers. We will end with a super hero parade around the library-Kids are encouraged to come dressed up as their favorite super hero or real life hero!

Wed, Aug. 5 (11:00am)

3D Gliders

Kids, Teen, Maker Camp

We used the library's 3D printer to create some 3D printed gliders. Learn the basics of how these models are created and then grab a launcher as we see who is the best pilot!

Wed, Aug. 5 (11:00am)

Indoor Sports & Games

Kids, Family

Join us indoors to play outdoor games!
Will it be basketball, Simon Says, soccer, musical chairs or open sports play? 
Or maybe a little of each!
Be sure to join us for this awesome program and play ball indoors!

Wed, Aug. 5 (1:30pm)

Superhero Training

Kids

Calling all superheroes: discover your superpowers with Miss Doneanne and Miss Caitlin!  Heroes will complete obstacle training, games, and make pieces for their super costumes.

Thu, Aug. 6 (10:30am)

Magic with Joe Holiday

Kids, Family

This show is perfect for kids of all ages including teens and adults as the level of comedy and magic will impress everyone in attendance.

Thu, Aug. 6 (2:00pm)

Pony Club at the Library

Kids, Maker Camp

Attention horse-lovers ages 9 and up, we’ll be having Pony Club at the Library this summer on Thursday afternoons at 2 pm, starting July 2.  We’ll be talking about everything related to horses, including your favorite horse books, and doing horse-related crafts and activities.

Thu, Aug. 6 (2:00pm)

Super Hero Club

Kids

Design your own comic book.  Defeat supervillains by completing an obstacle course.  Have a duel battle with other super heroes and villains! Obstacle course battle will be on the last day of the program.

Thu, Aug. 6 (6:00pm)

LIFE - Classic Foreign Films

Adult, Film

Classic Foreign Films
Watching and discussing the following films: “Heavenly Creatures”
(New Zealand), “Rabbit Proof Fence” (Australia), “Jean de Florette”
(France), “Manon of the Spring” (France)
LFG 329 36 –3 sessions

July 10, July 24, August 7
 

Fri, Aug. 7 (10:00am)

Eyes of the Wild: Natures Heroes

Kids, Family

Batman, Spiderman, Catwoman, Wolverine… Why do so many superheroes have animal-related names?  Many of Earth's creatures have what seem to be supernatural powers.  Come see some of Nature's true superheroes with the amazing animals from Eyes of the Wild!

Fri, Aug. 7 (2:30pm)

The Glimmer Twins

Adult, Teen, Kids, Family, Music

The Rolling Stones have long been hailed as The Greatest Rock-n-Roll Band in the World. But before they became the corporate machine that they are sometimes referred to as today, they earned this title by wowing audiences worldwide with some of the most electrifying performances in the history of rock-n-roll.

Fri, Aug. 7 (7:00pm)

Yoga with Miss Debbie

Kids

Yoga with Miss Debbie
Relax at the library.  Please wear comfortable clothes and bring a yoga mat or towel.
• Yoga helps develop better body awareness, self-control, flexibility and coordination.

Sat, Aug. 8 (10:30am)

Kick It Out

Adult, Teen, Kids, Family, Music

Passionately performing Heart’s music with the authenticity, integrity, power and adrenaline.  For those eager to “keep the love alive,” Kick it Out is sure to leave you with many a goose bump moment with their moving re-creation of Heart’s greatest music.

Sat, Aug. 8 (7:00pm)

Library Hounds

Kids

Children are welcome to practice their reading skills and make new furry friends by reading aloud to registered therapy dogs from the volunteer group Happy Tails.  These dogs love to hear a good story, and reading to dogs has been shown to increase literacy skills and confidence in children.  Com

Mon, Aug. 10 (10:30am)

Baby Time

Kids

Babies (with a favorite adult/s) are invited to enjoy books, songs, rhymes, fingerplays and socialization activities. Siblings, Grandparents and other family members are welcome.

Mon, Aug. 10 (11:00am)

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