Spring Break Activities

April 12th  LEGO Club at 10:30

LEGO Club meets monthly to spend time building with LEGOs!  Spend about 45 minutes creating with library-provided LEGOs. Show and Tell time follows. Open to K-5th graders.

April 15th Truly Remarkable Loon 2 pm at the Cedarburg Cultural Center

Join us as we welcome Truly Remarkable Loon! He offers a comedic juggling show where he talks about his love of books while juggling balls, clubs, and even extraordinary things like bean bag chairs!  Spinning plates really gets exciting!  Don’t miss this amazing show.  It is FREE and no registration is required,

April 16th  Rubber Band Jewelry at 1 pm

Miss Amanda will supply all the rubber bands and hooks imaginable for an afternoon of creating rubber band jewelry!  This program is for 1st through 4th graders.  Feel free to bring a loom if you want.  Please register for the program with Miss Amanda in the children’s room.

April 17th  Open LEGO play 1-3 pm

Free play with Miss Amanda’s LEGOs!  Come and go as you please for this one.

April 17th  Walk-in Family Storytime with Miss Nancy 6:30pm

Toddlers, preschoolers and their parents are invited to enjoy EASTER stories, as well as, action play and music.  Children will receive a coloring page, maze, and stickers to take home.  No registration is needed.

                 April 26th  Scrap Art Program 1-2:30 pm                                               REDUCE, RECYCLE and REUSE 

In honor of Earth Day, Miss Nancy has been collecting various objects like egg cartons, cups, lids,  and scrap materials of all types. Kids in 1st through 5th grades will be able to build and create whatever they can imagine using our materials in this make-and-take program.  No registration required.

April 29  Baby and Me  10:15 am

This is our debut of baby storytime filled with bouncing rhymes, colorful books, music and singing!  Parents and caregivers and their babies ages 6 – 18 months can enjoy one-on-one time together led by Miss Nancy.  Toys will be available afterwards (or bring your own) during the social time after each session.  This program will run 4 weeks and no registration required.  See or call Miss Nancy for further details.

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CONGRATULATIONS HADLEIGH!

Hadleigh Maher was the first reader to finish our 1000 Books Before Kindergarten program!  She registered for the program on April 13, 2013 and has since read over 1000 books!  Great job reading, Hadleigh!  Keep it up!

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For more information on the 1000 Books Before Kindergarten program, CLICK HERE, or see Miss Amanda in the children’s room to register!

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Great Decisions Week 4

JKJoin us this coming
Thursday, 6:30, here
at the library for the
Great Decisions Program
“Turkey’s Challenges.”
Our discussion will be
ably led by John Katzka,
retired diplomat and
organizer of the series.

Turkey is a nation at a crossroads, a bridge over an
ever-growing chasm between East & West. Turkey’s first
Prime Minister, Kemal Ataturk, envisioned a modern,
democratic nation-state built on the ashes of the Ottoman
Empire with strong ties to Europe, not the Middle East.
But as the clashes between secular & religious groups, and
the recent protests in Taksim Square show, the soul of
Turkey is still very much up for grabs.

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Something for Everyone!

2 PROGRAMS THIS THURSDAY AT 6:30:

Untitled copyParents, Toddlers, & Preschoolers:
Miss Nancy’s Walk-in Irish Storytime.
Wear green! Bring your bedtime toy &
snuggle! No registration necessary.
Children’s Room, 6:30
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Great DecisionsGreat Decisions
Week 2 of 4:
Defense Technology, 6:30
Discussion will be led by
Mr. John Katzka.

See you there!

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