Cooking Up Fun!

Sunyoung and Anna make playclay!Did you know that you could make your very own all-natural Play-doh? Our kids at the Infant Process Craft last Thursday found out all about it and made fun things out of clay made right here with all-natural ingredients. The clay is made from things you can find around your kitchen such as flour and salt—or if you don’t have them, you can just go to your friendly neighborhood grocery store and buy them! And if you’re worried about your child eating the clay, don’t worry too much. Since it’s all-natural, it won’t hurt your child (and all the salt in will probably keep them from trying to taste seconds). If you’re interested in making your own, follow this link!

Thank you!!!!!!

Thanks to the entire Friend’s of the Bear Creek Library for their hard work during the Fall Book Sale and Silent Auction! We appreciate everything you do for the library! Because of your generosity we are able to continue to provide some great programs for our community.

Slime in the Library

Slimed! Even though Halloween has come and gone, it’s not too late to get slimed! Our No School Today kids made their very own slime last Saturday. It’s the perfect gooey concoction for Halloween, or just for anytime you want to make something fun. You can make your own slime, too! Follow this link to find out how.

Books on the Bayou Movie Event!

 As October nears its end, Books on the Bayou is also winding down. This year’s pick is by Zora Neale Hurston. We will be watching the movie adaption of this book on Saturday, October 31st at 1:30 PM.

Bewitched by "The Crucible"

Last night I went to see the final showing of the Mayde Creek High School Theatre Company's production of The Crucible.  First I'd like to comment on the fabulous parents who run the Booster Club.  Bravo!  As a former High School performing arts participant I know how important the Boosters are and I think the parents are doing a great job.