No need to sign up, just drop by for a fishy craft on Saturday morning from 11 am to noon.  If you’re old enough to use a glue stick, you’re old enough for Saturday Crafts!!Fishbowl craft

TV Monitor Story Smarts

Then you don’t want to miss this Thursday’s Library Live!  You’ll meet Dr. Jerome G. Rozen, Jr., a curator at The Museum of Natural History.  He’s an accomplished scientist who knows everything there is to know about bees and beetles and butterflies and more! You’ll get face to face with lots of creepy, crawly creatures.  You might even get to pet a tarantula (they’re surprisingly soft).  Wow!!!  What fun!!!

Library Live highlighting bugs with Franee the Magic Clown

Thursday, July 17 at 6:30 pm

Museum of Natural History Bug Bash!

Oink! Oink!

im a pig  Pig KahunaJoin us on Tuesday, July 15 at 11 am for a Ready! Sit! Read! storytime about (you guessed it) pigs!

Ready! Sit! Read! is a fun, interactive storytime that focuses on early literacy skills for kids 3, 4 and 5. Drop in for stories, songs and games that will encourage your child’s love of books – and will help your child to develop the skills that are so important in learning to read. No need to sign up.

Ready! Sit! Read!

Tuesday, July 15 & 22 at 11 am


ButterflyJoin us Saturday, July 12, at 11 am and make your very own colorful, sparkly butterfly!

Saturday Crafts:  Every Saturday in July at 11 am


tulipsOur Junior Gardeners met today for a special garden craft project.  They decoupaged wooden flowers, using tissue paper and magazine pictures.  They added fancy bows and voilà — a blooming tulip!  Here are two Junior Gardeners with their tulips: Junior GardenersNotice their flags?  Those are prizes from “Fizz! Pop! Read!” – our Summer Reading Game!   Want to find out more about our game?  Click the link at the top of the page – or give us a call at 737-0847!


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