Guided by the East Bay Depot for Creative Re-use's teaching artists, use recycled materials and your imagination to design and build a city with your friends! Ages 5 and up.
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Children in Kindergarten - 5th grades can read aloud to a friendly dog. Dogs are provided by TherapyPets. Registration begins Monday, September 18, or drop by. 981-6250.
Experience the future at your library.
We invite you to travel to the moon, explore the insides of the human body, and walk the streets of you neighborhood from fifty feet above! We'll set you up with the virtual reality headset and you can experiment with this new technology. First-come, first-served for 15 minute sessions of adventure. Ages 12 and up. Third floor Electronic Classroom.
This program repeats on Fridays 2:00-4:00pm.
This year's summer reading theme is Reading By Design and the Teen Leadership group challenges all of our patrons to a Lego design competition! All ages are invited to this event where you will use the library's Lego blocks to design and build a piece on a given theme. Participants will have 45 minutes to create followed by judging. Prizes will be awarded in age categories.
All ages are welcome at this event, though patrons 7 years old and younger must be accompanied by an adult.
To be eligible for prizes entries must be:
Kids & teens of all ages are invited to come make a button with us to celebrate summer reading. Hosted by the teen leadership group who will provide music, helpers and all the materials. You just bring your creativity!
Little Elephant finds a ball, but then discovers that her friends are better at playing than she is. Will the animals all learn to play nicely together? This funny and tender show features live music on the ukulele and singing with children in the audience learning the songs and hand plays to join in, as well as helping the animals sort out their problems. Ages 2-6.
Charles the Clown and Biscuit the Dog Puppet show off their clowning and magic tricks. In this hilarious show, Charles uses books right off the library shelves in his performance, to guide him as he attempts to "turn himself into a clown," with wacky confusion and mix-ups along the way! Ages 4-8