A new way to explore early literacy! This drop-in program is for children through 6 years old and their parents. Five different centers will be set up reflecting one of each of the early literacy skills. Centers may include books, hands-on activities, crafts, or music. Participants will be gathered together two times during the hour to do a group movement, or story activity. This is a new and exciting way to create a path of life-long learning.
Take a look at some of the great programs for all ages happening at your local Anythink. Programs are posted on a monthly basis. Bookmark this page to see what's coming up next!
Join Ms. Rene for a great time in this program for 3-6 year olds who love to dance, sing and have a good time! We will play games, use easy musical instruments, shake bean bags and parachutes, and get ourselves moving and grooving.
Join us every Tuesday for our fun, free movies with popcorn for all. January's theme is "old vs. new." Which version will you like better?
Jan. 8: The Parent Trap (1998)
Jan. 15: The Parent Trap (1961)
Jan. 22: The Karate Kid (2010)
Jan. 29: The Karate Kid (1984)
Each week features a different activity for families with children or teens of all ages. Join us in the program space downstairs for culinary, creative and technological fun. All ages welcome. Space is limited; registration recommended. Please visit our online calendar to register.
Jan. 8 – Hot Cocoa and Stories: Warm up at the library while we read a wintery tale and sip on some hot cocoa.
Jan. 15 – Van Gogh at the Library: Learn a bit about the famous artist Vincent Van Gogh and his work while creating your own masterpiece.
Jan. 22 – Think Science: Stacy from Think Science will join us to show you the wonders of prisms.
Jan. 29 – January Craft: Get crafty and creative with a January-inspired project.
Create your own free website with Google sites! Google Sites is powerful enough for a company intranet, yet simple enough for a family website. You can start a site from scratch or from a template. Intermediate internet skills and an email address are required for this class. Space is limited; registration recommended.