Younger readers and their families can discuss the Civil Rights Movement and how it affects the family in The Watsons Go to Birmingham: 1963 by Christopher Paul Curtis.
Copies of this books are available on the Rediscover wall in the library and at our branches in Caledonia, LaRue and Prospect.
Can you help Winnie the Pooh and the gang with all their measuring projects? Learn about weight, volume and size with hands-on learning! Ages 0-6, with accompanying adult(s), register at the Youth Services desk or call 740-383-9715.
Use art, music, costumes and your imagination to make stories come alive! All ages accompanied by adult(s), no registration required.
Your reward for all the great reading you have done this summer! Enjoy pizza and pop, play some fun science games, and find out who the lucky winners are in the drawing for the scooters donated by Meijer--it could be you! Ages 0-18, complete one reading club folder to attend. Children under age 8 must be accompanied by an adult. For more information, come to the Youth Services desk or call 740-383-9715.
It's time to make some noise! Science experiments that create a racket will be fun for the whole family. All ages with accompanying adult(s), no registration required.
Experiment to learn about the properties of matter--make ice cream, a fire extinguisher, and some Oobleck! Ages 7-up, register at the Youth Services Desk or call 740-383-9715.