The students of Lafayette Elementary School created some awesome artwork for the Kid Zone upstairs. Check out their work below or stop by the Kid Zone to see it.
Kids, teens, and/or schools interested in sharing their artwork at the library should email our Youth Services Librarian for more information.
Contributed by Dominique, Youth Services Librarian
Dewey’s nonfiction number of the month is 400! Nonfiction books are great for finding factual information to use in school projects and/or personal research.
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The students of Lafayette Elementary School created some awesome artwork for the Kid Zone and Display Case upstairs. They also provided us with copies of their most recent book reports from 4th grade students. Check out their work below or stop by the Kid Zone to see it.
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Screen-Free Week is happening!
Kids, teens, and adults who register in person or online before April 27 can receive a free pass to the Recreation Center for the week of April 29 – May 5. Kids and teens who participate in the program can also pick up a free book on May 5 from the Library!
Besides all the cool stuff going on at the Rec Center, the Library will have free activities for kids & teens going on during the week too!
Free activities like…
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Help us name our new mini-makerspace, opening in Summer 2018!
- Learn more about what we have planned.
- Volunteer to be a Maker Space Mentor or teach a class in coding, 3D printing, or another tech area.