Teen Read Week: Books with Beat

books with beat logoJoin us in celebrating Teen Read Week, October 17th through October 23rd. Teen Read week is an annual celebration of reading for fun and entertainment. You can celebrate Teen Read Week: Books with Beat by reading poetry, books about music, or anything you enjoy or listening to audio books. You can also join us in the Teen Zone to celebrate with special Teen Read Week Events!
 
Monday, October 18 – Movies With Beat @ 4:30 pm
Join us for a snacks, drinks, and creepy musical!
 
Tuesday, October 19 – Recycled CD Crafts @ 4:30 pm

under50over's Dance Demo

Performers from Partners in Time demonstrated various dances. They showed the audience partner dances such as salsa, foxtrot, and jitterbug. For your enjoyment, please check out the video from last Friday's Under50Over.

Toddler Open Gym on Friday October 15

Looking for something fun to do with your toddler this Friday morning?  Join us for Toddler Open Gym from 10:00 am to 11:00 am in the Children's Department.  We will have a tunnel, educational games, musical instruments, and lots of books to check out.  You will not need tickets to get into this program.  Just come and enjoy the fun!

 

 

Children's Programs at Freeman Library

Are you looking for a fun activity for you and your baby, toddler, preschool, or school-age child? If you are, we have programs for children of all ages:

Book Babies - for children aged newborn to 18 months old.  This program on Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday mornings at 10:15 am features nursery rhymes, songs, bubbles, and playtime.

Toddler Time - for children 18 months old to 3 years old.  This program on Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday at 11:15 am features a story, songs, fingerplays, and a craft or other activity.

Preschool Storytime - for children 3 years to 5 years old.  This program on Tuesday and Wednesday afternoons at 1:30 pm features stories, songs, fingerplays, and a craft or other activity. 

What the Girl Scouts Cooked. . .

On Saturday, September 25th, Girl Scouts donned their chefs' hats in working on the Girl Scout Interest Project Award called "Creative Cooking." This was part of Freeman's "Girl Scout Interest Project: Exploration!" program. The Girl Scouts prepared both Mexican and Taiwanese cuisines.