Here’s some of what’s happening at the library this week!
Tuesday, June 24 at 4:00: Laugh-Out-Loud Book Club – Grades 3-5
We’ll begin reading aloud The True Meaning of Smekday by Adam Rex. When 11 year-old Tip’s mother is abducted by aliens on Christmas Eve (or “Smekday” Eve since the Boov invasion), Tip hops in the family car and heads south to find her. Along the way, she meets an alien Boov mechanic who agrees to help her and save the planet from disaster. Creekside Room. Advance sign-up required. Click here to visit the registration page.
Wednesday, June 25 at 3:30: Magician Dan Chan
Why master one kind of magic when you can conquer them all? Few magicians today equal Dan Chan‘s incredible range of performance. From sleight-of-hand tricks to circus stunts, from eye-popping juggling to the rare Chinese art of Bian Lian, Chan does it all. Outdoor Amphitheater. No sign-up necessary.
Thursday, June 26 at 2:30: Cosmic Creations – Grades 3-5
Discover the science behind the objects we see in the night sky in this out-of-this-world program. Enjoy stories about space, learn about the phases of the moon, and watch as we build a comet in the library. Creekside Room. Advance sign-up required. Click here to visit the registration page.
Friday, June 27 at 2:30: Magnetic Magic – Grades K-5
Join the Mad Scientist Team and investigate the powers and daily use of magnets. Test for electromagnetic fields and feel like a magician while using the magnets to levitate cool objects! Take home your own floating magnet set. Creekside Room. Advance sign-up required. Click here to visit the registration page.