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Frankentoy Creative Workshop
Get ready for Halloween by creating your very own Frankentoy.
The library is hosting a Frankentoy Creative Workshop on Wednesday October 19th from 3:45 to 5:00 PM for 3rd through 5th graders.
To create your own Frankentoy, you will take toys apart and reassemble parts to make your Frankentoy. All parts will be provided.
If you have toys (plastic animals or doll type or stuffed) the library will take donations. Please don’t bring anything that your child will have problems with seeing it taken apart.
If you have any questions contact the library, 402 879-4200.
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The Explorer Group
The Library is going to start an Explorer Group with the first program Tuesday October 4th from 4:00 PM to 5:30 PM. This will happen once a month and we will be doing something different each month. The first month will be duct tape creations. Each month we will do crafts, science fun or the arts.
Anyone in 3rd to 5th grade is welcome.
If you could let us know if you plan to be here, we can have enough materials. Call 402 879-4200, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org, or message us on facebook.com/SuperiorPublicLibaryNe”.
The Superior Library will be holding a number of programs (workshops) on how to use the new machines in our Makerspace. At this time we have an embroidery/sewing machine, heat press, button maker, laminator, and green screen.
With Christmas coming here is an opportunity to learn how to make some unique gifts for Christmas. Get 2-3 people together and come join, us for an hour or two, or come yourself. Because of limited space, call for a reservation.
The dates we have saved are:
Saturday afternoons- Nov. 13th, 27th, or Dec. 11th.
Tuesday afternoon – Nov. 9th
Tuesday nights – Nov. 16th and 30th.
Friday afternoon – Nov. 12th.
If these times don’t work call and we will see what we can arrange.
There are no fees for the classes. The only fees are for materials.
Children are welcome with an adult, due to safety issues.
If interested call the library at 402 879-4200.
We are having our Summer Reading program this year. Sign up
is May 20- June 2, 2021 for children, toddler through 5th grade.
Programs start June 2nd through July 14th.
Toddlers – Wednesday mornings 9:30-10:30 AM
Preschool – 5th grade Wednesday afternoons 2:00-3:30 PM
Craft Group (4th and 5th graders) Tuesday afternoons 2:00 PM till craft is done.
For more information on any of these programs call the library.
Won’t be long before the Innovation Studio moves on. If you have a project you have been thinking about, now is the time. We have people willing to help you with your ideas. Studio will be leaving the March 10th, 2021.
The Superior Public Library will open it’s doors to the public again on January 4th. Everyone will be required to wear masks when entering the building.
We will still close 1/2 hour early, so that we can wipe everything down.
The studio is here and will be up and running starting Sept. 28th. We have a CNC router, laser cutter, vinyl cutter, embroidery machine, 3D printer, heat press, button maker and laminator, music kit, Lego robot, electronic kits, and a camera and green screen.
The possibilities are endless. Start thinking about Christmas, weddings, birthdays, or any other gift giving occasion. And don’t forget to make something for yourself. The only cost to you is materials that you buy from the studio. You can bring in your own materials if you want.
Once you are certified on a machine you may come and use it at anytime. We will have trainings set up or call and make arrangements.
We are requesting reservations (COVID), so we don’t have too many people waiting for the same machine, At times the room may be closed if we are working by ourselves.
You can call 402 879-4200 to make a reservation or if you have questions.
Watch this site, or our Facebook page for announcements.
The Innovation Studio is made possible by the Institute of Museum and Library Services, The Nebraska Library Commission, The Nebraska State Regional Library Systems, Nebraska Extension, and the Superior Library.
The Superior Library has 12 new toddler bags. Each bag has a different theme with 3-5 books, and one or more of flannel boards, puppets, games or anything else I found to put in them. The bags are checked out for 2 weeks.