What’s New – January Programs and Activities

To kick off 2021, we have a number of new programs and activities for you to enjoy this month:

Adults ages 19+ can pick up a Take and Make Snowman Kit between January 4 – 16.  For more information or to register, visit our event calendar.

On January 9, children ages 8 -13 years old can learn to draw cartoon animals with award winning cartoonist Rick Stromosk in our free Zoom program “Let’s Draw Animals.”  For more information or to register, visit our event calendar.

Starting January 13, children ages 2-5 can make their own wood unicorn with our free Little Picasso Take and Make kit.  For more information or to register, visit our event calendar.

On January 15, families can join Ms. Anne and Ms. Barb for a virtual Zoom family scavenger hunt from the comfort of their home. For more information or to register, visit our event calendar.

On January 27, join us as we virtually host a meteorologist from the National Weather Service. They will discuss the work of the National Weather Service, their mission to the community, and the new climate normal that will be calculated for Spring 2021. This program will be held via Zoom. For more information or to register, visit our event calendar.

We hope you enjoy one of these new activities.  Keep checking back for more fun at the library!

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