Here's what you can find in the Kids section:
Participate in Summer Library Club!
Summer Library Club! Children from birth to 5th grade will enjoy the theme “Every Hero Has a Story”. The teen theme is “Unmask!”.
Library Visit Challenge! Children and teens who visit the library 6 times will receive coupons to area attractions.
Reading Challenge! Children and teens that hand in a complete reading log will choose a free book courtesy of the library.
We are hoping for fantastic participation in Summer Library Club this year. Get involved! We love to see you at the library!
Mondays, June 8, 15, 22, 29, and July 13
10-10:30am, ages 1-7 with caregiver
Grab mom, dad, grandparent, or sitter and join the dance with our special “storytime” for the summer without a story! Strut your dance moves to a different style of music each week. All family members are welcome. A caregiver 13 or older must accompany children. Please call the library to register.
Wednesdays, June 10 through July 15
Our Wednesday lineup of performers will have you wishing everyday was Heroic Wednesday! All performances are about 45 minutes in length. Pick up a free ticket at the Circulation Desk to attend. Children under the age of 8 must be accompanied by an adult. Check out our website for more information about the show!
June 10, 2pm- The Critter Crusader and His Creature Teachers
June 17, 2pm- Imagireadination Fantabookasy
June 24, 6pm- Every Hero Has a Story with J Freddy
July 1, 2pm- Animals Heroes and Stars
July 8, 2pm- Cosmos the Alien, Super Heroine!
July 15, 6pm- Professor Marvel’s Super Hero Magic Show
Thursdays, June 11 through July 16
2-4pm, (grades K4-8)
Join us on Thursday afternoons for movies that will encourage you to be a hero! Pick up a free ticket for each movie that you want to attend. Children under the age of 8 must be accompanied by a caregiver at least 13 years of age.
June 11-Indiana Jones and Raiders of the Lost Ark
June 18-Kung Fu Panda
June 25-Karate Kid
July 2- Ice Age
July 9-Chicken Run
July 16-Big Hero 6
Fridays, June 12, 19, and 26
10am-4pm, ages 2-10
Enjoy our “hero” theme with a powerful craft. No need to register. Just stop in the Children’s Department and check out our craft!
2pm-3pm, all ages
The Caestecker Family Concert series presents the classical music titled “A German Folk Tale” translated into English with violinist, Johannes Deegan, and harpist, Virginia Rogers. Take advantage of this wonderful instrumental presentation in the front entry of the library. This program is free! Pick up a free ticket at the Circulation Desk to attend.
Library Scavenger Hunt
Wednesday, August 5, 1pm-2pm, ages 8-17
Join us at the library for Sharing With Youth Day! Put on your detective hat and find treasures and adventure in the library. Fun! Excitement! Prizes! Bring a friend! Contact the Parks and Recreation Department at (920) 361-5437 to register using code S15-79. This program is free!