Children are encouraged to read with Caper, the therapy dog, at South! Caper is a friendly Pembroke Welsh Corgi who loves to hear stories! Walk in and choose a book to read to Caper in the Children's Area! For youth ages 3-12.
Would you like to master the art of balloon sculpting? Start off with the basics, and pop your way to the top! Learn how to fill a balloon, make a mouse jump, or design a hat. (Some loud popping sounds will occur)
Create a masterpiece with tissue paper and water. This program is for children ages six to twelve and requires preregistration.
Use straws, legos, k'nex, and more to build awesome structures that defy gravity! Get ready to experiment and explore STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math) concepts in this hands-on activity and challenge!
The Art in the Library summer programs are focusing on a different artist each month. In July, we will marvel at the artistry of Dale Chihuly's glass sculptures and re-create them using everyday materials. This program is for children ages six to twelve and requires preregistration. Younger siblings may attend if accompanied by an adult.
The Art in the Library summer programs are focusing on a different artist each month. In June, discover the beauty of Monet's Water Lilies and learn how to paint them yourself. This program is for children ages six to twelve and requires preregistration. Younger siblings may attend if accompanied by an adult.
One crime scene, several suspects. Use science to figure out who is guilty and solve the crime.
Use K'NEX to create a bridge, a roller coaster, a solar powered car, or anything else you can build!
Alexander Graham Bell, Thomas Edison, and Samuel Morse were three great inventors. We still use their inventions today! Recreate their most famous experiments and learn more about phone lines, movie players, and Morse Code.
You don't always need an instrument to make music. Snap together circuits to create guitar sounds, learn how to play a keyboard using spoons, and more.