December Programs for Kids

After School Story Hours

Our After School Story Hours for December programming will reflect some of the seasonal holiday joy. Celebration for the Festival of Lights Story hour.

Thursday, December 15
K-3rd grades

Join us while we bring light and celebration to the winter Holidays with Stories and candle crafts. A simple snack will be provided.

Holiday Story Hour with a Snowman Theme

Thursday, December 22 3:30-4:30
K-3rd grades

Snowmen crafts will be our theme at this Holiday story hour. A simple snack will be provided.

“Take and Make” story time projects

These Holiday themed Story hour projects will also be offered as “Take and Make” projects with an accompanying instructional video. You can sign up for this option on our calendar.

Register on our calendar so we can update you about any program changes,
or call 687-7023, or email Julianna.

Tween and Teen After School Activities

Ukrainian Cobweb Holiday Decorations with Jill Obrig

Wednesday, December 7
Grades 4 and up

Tweens and teens in 4th grade and up will use hot glue guns and beads to create spider web tree decorations to honor the Ukrainian tradition of decorating trees with spider webs in order to usher in good luck and good fortune for the coming year. Please register for this event.

Snowman painting with Jill Obrig

Thursday, December 8
Ages 8 and up

Jill Obrig, retired art teacher, will guide participants while they paint a wintery painting with a jolly snowman. Please register for this event.

Have fun with our ongoing “Stick Together” Activity
in the Young Adult Room this month

We will be building a picture together this month by adding color square stickers according to a pre-set pattern which will be available in the Young Adult Room. This is a community activity which involves many participants adding a few stickers at a time. The final image will be hidden so we can decipher the image as it emerges over time.

Come to the library YA room to participate.


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