Events

January Youth Activities

AFTER SCHOOL FUN!!!

Friday, January 5:  Game Day – board games, cards, charades & more!

Friday, January 12:  Craft – Making snowflakes – 3D & coffee filter ones!

Friday, January 19:  Craft – Make winter slime.

Friday, January 27:  Edible penguins & snowmen.

 

Coming soon….a new sewing project!  Stay tuned!

March Activities and Programs

Click on the link to see what activities and programs are going on in the library during March.

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February Programs and Activities Calendar 2017

February Activities Calendar 2017


Click on the above link to see the programs and activities going on in the Library this month!


Celebrating Dr. Seuss’ Birthday!

We celebrated Dr. Seuss’ birthday by making and eating green eggs and ham.  They were yummy!002011012

Recipe Club meets at the Library

Cari and Linda were hostesses for Recipe Club this month.  Their theme was heart healthy recipes.  We enjoyed a delicious meal of Thai pork salad cabbage wraps, mixed fruit with lemon basil dressing and no bake dark chocolate coconut almond butter energy bites.  What a fabulous meal!  011

Preschool Storytime

Preschool storytime meets every Tuesday afternoon at 1:30 p.m.  Children ages 3 – 5 are welcome to attend.  Come join us for stories, finger plays and musical activities.291293

Maker Monday…..sewing table runners

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We’ve been busy sewing again! Pat helped us make Christmas table runners. Here are our pictures!

What`s Cookin` at the Library

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Karen and Peggy were hostesses today for our monthly noon recipe club.  What great food and wonderful fellowship!

Maker Fridays…..Finished Pillowcases!!!

031We finished sewing our pillowcases!!!  What do you think?

Maker Fridays…..Sewing a Pillowcase

013017sewFourteen children in grades 3 – 7 are learning how to sew a pillowcase at the Hildreth Public Library.  Volunteer, Pat Beck is working with the kids every Friday after school until the project is completed later this month.   The maker class began with each participant choosing his/her pre-cut material)  There was a large selection of material to choose from such as John Deere, owls, Minions, dogs, Spiderman, Disney and wildlife.  Next the students folded and ironed the pre-cut piece of material and pinned it to another piece of material.  Sewing those two pieces together on a sewing machine was the final step for the first day.  Follow us next week to see what we accomplish on Day 2.