On July 27, 20 readers participated in the summer reading party. The children enjoyed playing Minute to Win It games. They played Popcorn Relay, Junk in a Trunk, Suck It Up using a marshmallow and straw, Solo cup Tower, and Continue reading Summer Reading Party!
Elgin Public Library’s final Superstar Readers for the summer are Keyera Eisenhauer, daughter of Randy and Krista Eisenhauer and Myles and Sawyer Veik, children of Adam and Heather Veik. Congratulations Superstar Readers!!
On July 27, the Elgin Public Library will be having our Summer Reading party. Anyone who participated in the Bingo Summer Reading activity, Story time, or Activity time are invited to attend this party. It will be held at the Continue reading RSVP Needed!
On July 13, the library had their last activity time for the summer. Krystal Carr read the story, The Fix-It Man to 10 children. After the story they had the opportunity to see what it was like to be an Continue reading Robots!
On July 10, Janie Score entertained the children with the book, Sweet Dreams, Clown-Around! The story is about the Clown-Around family and their busy and exciting day. The children then dressed up like clowns with a collar they colored, a Continue reading Clowning Around!
Congratulations to Max and Chloe Henn for being Superstar Readers for this week! They are the children of Stacy and Marty Henn. Keep up the good work!
The “brain” was the topic for activity time on July 6, 2017. Krystal Carr from the Antelope County Extension Office presented the activity to 11 children. After reading the book entitled Ideas All Around Krystal quizzed the kids on the Continue reading How Big Is Your Brain?
Can wearing sunglasses make your day better? To help answer that question Jeanine Jochum and Tenley Schindler read Pete the Cat and the Magic Sunglasses.In this book, Pete the Cat wakes up feeling grumpy—nothing seems to be going his way. Continue reading Pete the Cat and the Magic Sunglasses
Lauren Seier and Buddy were once again a big hit at story time. She read The Fix-It Man to 19 children. The book introduced them to Joshua James, the fix-it man. If he can’t fix it, no one can! This Continue reading The Fix-It Man