Sue Partenheimer came to the library and shared her book. called “The Castor Oil Rig Tales.” The book is a group of stories about whimsical ocean creatures around an abandoned oil rig off the coast of Louisiana. We were learning about some ocean animals in our “Tails and Tales” Summer Reading Program and her presentation fit in nicely with the theme. She also brought crafts for the children to do which include some of the characters in the book.
Thank you Carol Thompson and Lexi for coming to the library and demonstrating how Lexi finds lost people. We learned what to do if we get lost. You did a great job finding me, Lexi!
The marble painting craft class will be held on July 12 at 6:00 pm. You will need two colors of nail polish and a plain white dish.
Thanks to the Snyders for bringing their young goats to the library. These young goats will be going to the Philippines when they are a little older as they are a breed which can handle the heat.
Caleb Feathers (8) wrote a book and read it to our Summer Reading children. They enjoyed his story about a very silly grandmother. Keep writing Caleb!
We are starting up our craft classes as COVID restrictions are being relaxed. The first one will be held June 7 at 6:00 pm. We will be decorating flower pots. Participants will need to bring a pot, acrylic paints and anything you want to use for a decoration.
The theme for Summer Reading this year is Tails and Tales. Please sign up by June 1. Programs will be held from June 7 through July 14.
Beginning May 1, 2021, we will be opening one hour later on the weekdays. Our Saturday hours will be shortened to 4 hours.
This year the theme is “Tails and Tales.” Of course it will be about our favorite stories and animals. Please sign up before June 7. Our first program will on on June 9. We have some fun activities planned!