Hooray! Spring is right around the corner! Let’s say goodbye to winter by creating a melting snowman, and enjoy a warm, gooey treat!
This storytime is geared for families with children ages 3-8 years old on the autism spectrum, or who may have other sensory needs. We’ll have stories, props, puzzles, toys, and other tactile objects to explore different ways to learn and have fun.
Session one will cover the following topics: diabetes, what it is, high and low blood sugar, and sick days.
Learn how to navigate your Kindle, iPad, and other devices to download eBooks with your library card. Also sign up for digital movies, audiobooks, and much more!
Let your star shine bright! Come and decorate a scrapbook that will let your true star power shine through, and showcase all of the wonderful memories you have!
Calling all dads, grandfathers, and uncles! Spend an evening with your little one reading some exciting books, singing some fun songs, and getting creative with a hands-on activity.
If you’re 50 or older, you’re eligible to attend this special AARP Driver Safety course, taught by Jim Meding.
Session two will cover the following topics: monitoring and management, reducing risks, being prepared/traveling, and coping.
This month’s selection is I Let You Go by Clare Mackintosh.
An officer from the London Police Department will be here to share a story with us! Following the story, we’ll have an activity you can take home with you.