We’ve got some terrific programs for kids and teens at our libraries this week! Check out these free activities.
JULY 30 (Tues)
Make a small clay pot using only your hands. Then carve and paint your creation. Ages 5-12.
The Scotia-Glenville Children’s Museum teaches us how to make charcoal drawings. Ages 6-18.
Who killed the thescelosauraus? Try to solve the mystery as we investigate a prehistoric crime scene. Must register online or at 427-4310. Ages 6-18.
JULY 31 (Wed)
Drop in and play an oversized game of memory using illustrations from classic children’s books. All ages.
Make a miniature garden inside a cool container that you can take home. Must register at 482-2154. Ages 5-12.
Learn about fun and healthy food from the folks at Honest Weight. All ages.
Aspiring teen directors can make a 30- to 90-second video promoting public libraries and the fun of summer reading. Winning teens get cash prizes and their videos gain national exposure. Learn how to enter the challenge and get started making your video. Ages 13-18.
AUG. 1 (Thurs)
The Cornell Cooperative Extension teaches us about being healthy. All ages.
Drop in for more game fun. All ages.
We also have an assortment of our regular weekly story times and related activities going on this week too. Check our online calendar or call your neighborhood library for details.