Youth

    March Maker Series - Wednesdays

    Maker series events are for children ages 8-11. Space is limited - please call to register: 244-7036

     

    Toy Hacking

    Wed, March 6th-3-4 PM.

    Toy Hacking is a fun and playful way to learn how circuits work. Starting with used electronic toys, hackers carefully examine, then safely take the toys apart to learn how they work.  Kids will enjoy this two part hands-on program; learning, experimenting, and creatively hacking toys!

     

    Science projects part 1:

    Wed. March 13th—3:00—4:00PM*

    Kids will make a Rocket Pinwheel and a CD Hovercraft with balloons. Ages 8-11 years.

     

    Science projects part 2:

    Wed. March 20th—3:00—4:00PM*

    Kids will make a Tornado in a bottle and a Popsicle Stick Catapult with marshmallows. Ages 8-11 years.

     

    Circuit bugs:

    Wed. March 27th—3:00—4:00PM*

    Using copper tape, LED lights, a button battery, clothes pins, wiggly eyes and pipe cleaners kids will create bugs that light up. Ages 8-11 years.

     

     

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    Easy Origami - 3/26 (Tues)

    Tuesday, March 26 from 3-4 PM

    Kids will learn how to make easy origami items like animals, vehicles, sea creatures, insects and dinosaurs.

    Ages 8-11 yrs.

    Please call the library at 802-244-7036 to register.

     

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    Weekly Story Times


    Mondays at 10:15 AM is Babies & Toddlers Story Time

    Snuggle with your baby or toddler as we sing, tickle and bounce our way into a lifelong love of language. Get ready for high-energy literacy with songs, active rhymes and stories. Got the wiggles? This is the place to be. Recommended for newborns - 36 months.

    Thursdays at 10:15 AM is Preschool Story Hour

    Join us as we travel to new places through books, puppets, and felt boards. A craft may be provided.  We'll shake our sillies out with movement-based rhymes.  Recommended for ages 3-6 years.

    Each week we will feature a different themed Story Time, with stories and/or crafts. Join us!

     

     

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