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  • Apr 1

    3:00 PM - Meyer Classroom

    April 1: DIY Water Bead Squishies. Creating a squish toy is as much fun as using it!

    Squishy, stress-relieving fun! Use hydrated water beads and a balloon to create a squishy fidget toy. The shifting rainbow colors feel like spring!

  • Apr 4

    2:30 PM - Meeting Room

    Create your own collection of magnetic words.

    Celebrate National Poetry Month and create your own collection of magnetic words. Be creative! Be wordy! Select a theme or gather a variety of words then stick them on magnetic tape to create your poetry kit to take home. Post them on your own fridge or locker. Supplies provided. Registration required.

  • Apr 8

    3:30 PM - Meyer Classroom

    4/8: Anime Fun. Get your kotaku on!

    Hang out and watch a Hayao Miyazaki movie, work on your manga drawing skills, or relax with a coloring sheet.

  • Apr 11

    9:30 AM - Multi-Purpose Room

    Kids + 1 gazillion LEGOS = fun. All ages.

    Children of all ages will have the opportunity to be creative by building whatever they want to build with the trunk locker full of LEGOs the library provides. Pirate ships, skyscrapers, flying cars--they're all possible; all you need is imagination and determination.

  • Apr 15

    2:00 PM - Multi-Purpose Room

    Learn to solve a Rubik’s Cube or make pixel art.

    Rubik's Cubes can be solved if you know the algorithm. Follow the steps to find the solution! If you want to be creative, instead, use square stickers to make awesome pixel art!

  • Apr 15

    2:00 PM - Meeting Room

    Try out our 3D pens. What will you create?

    Explore the world of 3D printing with these simple, one button pens. Budding artists will have a chance to explore the design process and create their own unique 3D model using a range of colorful filament.

  • Apr 15

    2:30 PM - Meeting Room

    Design your own mini-world of beautiful plants!

    Channel your inner gardener and add a bit of soothing greenery to your room. Create a unique, mini-ecosystem inside a transparent container following step-by-step instructions. Play with soil, pick your plants, and add a decorative element or two. Supplies limited.

  • Apr 15

    3:00 PM - Meyer Classroom

    4/15: Musical Poetry. Celebrate National Poetry Month!

    Discover a new poetry form. Make some noise during poetry month! Listen to a variety of sounds and music to create your own acrostic and list poems.

  • Apr 22

    3:00 PM - Meyer Classroom

    4/22: Art Museum: Swirl and Splat. Celebrate spring with fresh art!

    Explore a famous museum and take a closer look at your favorite paintings. Create your own masterpiece with a variety of unexpected materials, marbles and paint.

  • Apr 23

    4:00 PM - Meeting Room

    Celebrate Poetry Month and create your own acrostic and list poems on a cake! Ages 12 - 17. Registration required.

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  • Apr 1

    3:00 PM - Meyer Classroom

    April 1: DIY Water Bead Squishies. Creating a squish toy is as much fun as using it!

    Squishy, stress-relieving fun! Use hydrated water beads and a balloon to create a squishy fidget toy. The shifting rainbow colors feel like spring!

  • Apr 4

    2:30 PM - Meeting Room

    Create your own collection of magnetic words.

    Celebrate National Poetry Month and create your own collection of magnetic words. Be creative! Be wordy! Select a theme or gather a variety of words then stick them on magnetic tape to create your poetry kit to take home. Post them on your own fridge or locker. Supplies provided. Registration required.

  • Apr 8

    3:30 PM - Meyer Classroom

    4/8: Anime Fun. Get your kotaku on!

    Hang out and watch a Hayao Miyazaki movie, work on your manga drawing skills, or relax with a coloring sheet.

  • Apr 11

    9:30 AM - Multi-Purpose Room

    Kids + 1 gazillion LEGOS = fun. All ages.

    Children of all ages will have the opportunity to be creative by building whatever they want to build with the trunk locker full of LEGOs the library provides. Pirate ships, skyscrapers, flying cars--they're all possible; all you need is imagination and determination.

  • Apr 15

    2:00 PM - Multi-Purpose Room

    Learn to solve a Rubik’s Cube or make pixel art.

    Rubik's Cubes can be solved if you know the algorithm. Follow the steps to find the solution! If you want to be creative, instead, use square stickers to make awesome pixel art!

  • Apr 15

    2:00 PM - Meeting Room

    Try out our 3D pens. What will you create?

    Explore the world of 3D printing with these simple, one button pens. Budding artists will have a chance to explore the design process and create their own unique 3D model using a range of colorful filament.

  • Apr 15

    2:30 PM - Meeting Room

    Design your own mini-world of beautiful plants!

    Channel your inner gardener and add a bit of soothing greenery to your room. Create a unique, mini-ecosystem inside a transparent container following step-by-step instructions. Play with soil, pick your plants, and add a decorative element or two. Supplies limited.

  • Apr 15

    3:00 PM - Meyer Classroom

    4/15: Musical Poetry. Celebrate National Poetry Month!

    Discover a new poetry form. Make some noise during poetry month! Listen to a variety of sounds and music to create your own acrostic and list poems.

  • Apr 22

    3:00 PM - Meyer Classroom

    4/22: Art Museum: Swirl and Splat. Celebrate spring with fresh art!

    Explore a famous museum and take a closer look at your favorite paintings. Create your own masterpiece with a variety of unexpected materials, marbles and paint.

  • Apr 23

    4:00 PM - Meeting Room

    Celebrate Poetry Month and create your own acrostic and list poems on a cake! Ages 12 - 17. Registration required.


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