Seuss is spectacular! Bring the family and come celebrate the birthday of Dr Seuss and Read Across America Day at your public library. We’ll be reading Seuss stories including What Was I Scared Of? A Glow-in-the-Dark Encounter. We’ll also be making ooey-gooey glow-in-the-dark slime! Snacks will be provided. All ages are invited to celebrate with us.
Spring Break dragging on? Stop by the library for our Slimy, Sticky, Silly Science Program. Learn how to make a lava lamp, learn about matter with ooey gooey oobleck, see what really happens when you mix diet coke and mentos, and so much more! This event is intended for children in grades K-5th. Please sign up your family at the library or by calling 515-967-3881.
Too old for storytime? Early readers (grades K-2) are invited to take the next step. We’ll read together, play together, and craft together. If your child is just learning or still getting comfortable with reading, they will find encouragement; and youngsters who are already confident readers will enjoy digging deeper with activities about their favorite books in this fun new book group. Please sign up at the library or by calling 515-967-3881.
You are invited to a party! Have you fallen in love with Mo Willem’s Elephant and Piggie series? Come see the fun brought to life. There will be stories, crafts, and ice cream! All ages are invited to this event. Please sign your family up for this event by stopping by the library or calling 515-967-3881.