Yippee!!! Lego League starts Monday, September 20, from 4 to 5 at Elgin Public Library. Grades Kindergarten – 5th grade are invited to come build with legos. Hope to see you Monday.
We are excited to announce Lego League will be starting in September. It will be held the third Monday of each month with the first one being September 20 from 4:00 to 5:00. Children in grades Kindergarten through fifth grade are welcome to attend. Hope to see you then!!
Our Summer Reading Challenge has ended. We had 16 kids complete our Reading Safari game board. Those completing the challenge are Ryleigh Young, Chase Young, Taysom Bottorf, Cayson Bottorf, Molly Thiessen, Sadie Thiessen, Adaleese Kinney, Elise Hoefer, Leo Spieker, Tenley Schindler, Taryn Schindler, Levi Scheer, Allie Scheer, Aubrie Starman, Cheyanne Koinzan, and Brooke Borer. Please stop by the library and pick up your prize. Thanks for reading!!
Time to pick up all your toys!
Why is Mama making noise?
This is a truly funny take on a childhood chore that all children will relate to and laugh at! And it is sure to be helpful to get kids cleaning up!
This was our last story time for the summer. We would like to thank all those who attended.
Below are pictures of the children excited about breaking the pinata.
Elgin Public Library will be hosting Balloon Animal Adventures on Friday, July 16, at 2:00 pm at the Elgin United Methodist Church. Everyone is welcome to attend. Animal Adventures is offering balloon animals to purchase at the price of $2 each. If your child would like a balloon animal, they will need to be ordered and paid for at the library by July 12th.
RAWR!! Kitties on Dinosaurs, written by Michael Slack, was read during Story Time on Monday, June 28. Three little kitties were adorable, determined, and loved to climb things like trees and oh yeah. . . DINOSAURS! What could possibly go wrong? Stop by the library and check it out!!! In the spirit of our theme, Tails and Tales, the children made dinosaur tails. It was a RAWRing good time!
Activity time on June 17 required the kids to create a contraption that would protect an egg when dropped from a ladder. They worked in groups and were instructed to design and build a container to hold the egg using a trash bag, tissue, paper cup, string, and tape. When dropped, three out of the four groups succeeded in saving their egg.
Things were quiet on the Tucker farm until that peacock showed up. On Wednesday, June 16, Three Hens and a Peacock by Lester Laminack, was read to the group for Story Time. Afterwards they made beautiful peacocks to take home.
Story time on Monday, June 7, featured I Found a Kitty by Troy Cummings. Lucky Arfy has a home. Scamper doesn’t. Arfy just has to find a furever home for this cute little stray kitten – a quiet home full of laughs, gentle pats, and yarn balls. And bow wow wow, he thinks he knows just the place. A story that is purrfect for cat lovers, dog lovers, and anyone with a heart.