Join us for LEGO club at the library on Wednesday, August 21 at 2 PM. Theme: Fantastic machines.Ages: 5+
Join us Wednesday afternoon for our last Crafternoon of the summer! We will be making pressed flower bookmarks and cards. Perfect for keeping your place in your next library read! Feel free to bring your own flowers. We will also provide pressed flowers for you to use in your creations. Suggested age: Teens and adults.
Compete in our first ever Peeps Challenge! Staff member Cori is designing a Peeps diorama based on one of Rosemary Well's fun books. Swing by the library between August 12 and August 17 to pick up a package of 4 Peeps to take home and build your own one-of-a-kind Peeps Diorama and check out Cori's … Continue reading Peeps Diorama Fun | August 12-17
Join us for a special Storytime at the library. Bring your favorite stuffed animal for Storytime then leave them for the night to enjoy a Stuffed Animal Slumber Party. Come back in the morning to see what wild antics your stuffed animals get into when the lights go out! Ages 0-6 *This program counts towards … Continue reading Stuffed Animal Sleepover | 10AM, July 17
All aboard the Hogwarts Express! Come to the library for a magical celebration of our favorite boy wizard's birthday! Join us for an evening of all things Harry Potter including food, games, wand making, trivia, photo booth, scavenger, and fortune teller. Costumes encouraged. (But Muggle dress acceptable). Ages 11+
T-Minus 2 Days to Launch! Celebrate the 50th Anniversary of the Apollo 11 Moon Landing with an out of this world party at the library! We'll have space-themed food and drinks (hello, Tang!), a photo booth, trivia for teens and adults, an Astronaut Training Camp, plus original footage of the moon landing. **THERE WILL BE … Continue reading Apollo 11 Moon Landing Anniversary Party—July 20
Budding rocket scientists are invited to the Library to create, decorate and "fly" their own balloon powered rockets! When: Wednesday, July 10Time: 1 PMWhere: Paul Memorial Library All ages welcome. Share this: