I Spy

The Spooktacular I Spy Game Will End Soon

I Spy a Pumpkin is available through October 31st. 

Readers and non-reader alike are encouraged to participate in this fun early literacy activity.

 

 

 

 

Children will search the library for clues. When they find the item they are looking for they will circle or color-in the appropriate answer on a game board.

All Aboard! Free Family Fun @ the library.

  

Chuga, Chuga, Choo Choo!

Come visit the library to experience our Christmas winter wonderland! You can create an ornament for the Christmas tree, see the amazing train display, or play I Spy! The Polar Express travels in and around the whimsical Department 56 Snow Village. Four train sets, and a trolley populate this vintage village. The 12’ x 6’ model train display is available to see anytime the library is open.  However, if you would like to see it while it is running you will need to check the train schedule below.

Tiny Tuesday - I Spy Bottles

 

It's Tiny Tuesday Time!

Tuesday November 17 10:15 AM

We will have our regular Tiny Tuesday Storytime with songs, rhymes and books.

Afterwards we will make I Spy Bottles for the little ones.

Use them on roadtrips, during holiday shopping, or anytime you need to keep your baby occupied and engaged.

Ages 0-2 are welcome.

See you there!

It's Back!

Stop by the front desk to let us know that you would like to take part in this fun, and educational game.Upon completion, each child will earn a school house die-cut, which will be placed on our I Spy bulletin board.Children will also get to choose a prize from our treasure chest.  You may play as often as you would like, but please be aware that prizes are limited to one treasure box prize, per child, each month. 

I Spy is available to play anytime during business hours. 

The Polar Express Adventure Continues

As a child, my grandfather always set up his vintage model train at Christmas. At that time, toy trains were often thought of as "toys for boys," but luckily my grandfather did not buy into that nonsense. He knew, that in my eyes, his single Lionel "toy" train was truly a thing of beauty, and I looked forward to seeing it every year. I know that there are a lot of people, young and old alike, who still enjoy trains.

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