The last activity of the summer reading program will be on July 20th at 6 pm in the library park. We have encouraged families to attend all of our programs throughout the summer and this is no exception. Bring your kids, parents, grand-kids, dogs, and anyone else you can find to the park for hot dogs, s’mores and a short presentation to celebrate the beginning of a new school year and the end of our summer reading program.
On June 22nd at 3:30 pm, we will have several stations for participants to rotate through. Come look at the city vehicles, stamp leather, and pet farm animals at our station rotation activity!
Storyteller Kurtis Kelly dramatizes four of history’s most unusual and fascinating stories from the annals of health and medicine. Learn how a British country doctor—witnessing a world ravaged by smallpox—observed how milkmaids in his village were immune—and he introduced the word “vaccination” to our vocabulary. Meet Dr. William J. Morton, who introduced the world in 1896 to an entrancing new discovery—the X-Ray. Hear the intriguing story of Laura Dewey Bridgman, both blind and deaf, who caught the world’s attention 25 years before Helen Keller. Finally, there is arsenic, a classic poison, which is in fact essential to human biology—but what arsenic mystery was unearthed while investigating the death of Napoleon—130 years later? These stories teach us about history—and provide a frame of reference for today’s concepts of health and wellness. We hope you’ll join us on June 15th at 3:30 pm for this wonderful event!
Meghan Casey is a ventriloquist with 16 years of experience. On June 8th, join Meghan and her friends as they take on the expedition of “Climbing Mount Healthmore.” In order to make it to the top, they must make healthy decisions; however, Aidan is very insistent on taking the Marshmallow path to make it to the top which causes them to run into some trouble. Join Meghan, Aidan, Shooster, Blue, Mooch, and Lenny in this journey and help them make it to the top!
Jim Jackson has entertained crowds for years. Jim’s signature routine features soap bubbles of all sizes and shapes and concludes with two children from the audience finding themselves inside of a giant bubble! This family-friendly performance will delight people of all ages. Be sure to join us on June 1st at 3:30 pm for the Big Bubble Circus!
If you missed last week’s craft, here are instructions to make it at home!
Click the picture below for instructions
April 23rd-30th is Colorado Money Smart Week, so let’s learn about the importance of money and have some fun at the same time! Join us on April 27th at 10 am for Financial Literacy Story Time! Participants will get to explore money concepts through reading, coloring, and a piggy bank contest!
If you missed Kids Fun Time yesterday, click the picture below to get instructions and do the craft at home!
If you missed yesterday’s craft, here is a link to make it at home! Click here to view instructions.
If you missed last week’s craft, click the image below to get instructions and do it at home! Be sure to join us next week for Fork Flower Pictures!