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Grab and Go: April Showers Bring May Flowers

April’s Grab and Go craft kit celebrates April’s rainy weather AND the blooms that we look forward to next month. Your child can create an umbrella that flips to become a flower growing out of the ground! Kits are available outside at our green Creation Station or in Youth Services, while supplies last. Materials included:… Read More

February Kids Grab & Go Craft: Love Bugs

Happy February! Valentine’s Day is a great time to show the people in your life that you love them. It doesn’t have to be romantic! Especially now, we can use Valentine’s Day to reach out to others to spread joy and love.  Many of us celebrate either in school or by going out with loved… Read More

November Grab and Go Craft: Tree of Thanks

With Thanksgiving right around the corner, November is a great time to reflect on what we are grateful for. There is nothing like a thankful tree to truly capture the spirit of the season.  This craft is a good time to sit down with your child and discuss what they are grateful for and why. It… Read More

September Grab and Go Craft: Apple “Stained Glass” Window Decoration

September is such a wonderful month of the year! The Autumn season begins, the leaves start to change color, and it is a great time of year to go apple picking at an orchard! That is why we chose to make an Apple “Stained Glass” Window Decoration for this month’s Grab and Go Craft. You… Read More

August Grab-and-Go Craft: Make a Pinwheel

The breezy and beautiful days of August could mean flying kites, blowing bubbles, or watching a pinwheel spin! This week, while supplies last, we invite you to make a fun pinwheel! Please stop by the Library’s Grab-and-Go craft clothesline (on the west side of the building between 10 a.m. and 7 p.m.) or come into… Read More

Craft of the Month: Paper Plate Ring Toss

Are you looking for something fun to both make and play with your family? Then this craft is for you! Materials you will need: four paper plates (plain white would work best, but any color plates are fine) one paper towel tube scissors  markers (crayons or colored pencils are fine too) clear tape Directions:  First… Read More

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