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Tuesday, January 2, 2018

January Programs!

I certainly hope you had a great New Years Eve!  Youth Services is gearing up for an active January.  Let me tell you some of the great program offerings we will be having throughout the month.

Winter storytimes begin the week of January 8th and run through February 5th.  The theme will be "Snow-Time."  Registration for storytimes begin on Tuesday, December 26th.  Back for this winter session is Music and MovementThis newer drop-in program is for children ages 3-5 and is on Monday's from 10-10:30 a.m.  Come and shake your sillies out!

Do you love popcorn?  Do you love to read books?  Are you in grades 2-5?   Books and Popcorn is for you.  The featured book of the month is Jasmine Toguchi: Mochi Queen by Debbi Florence.  Jasmine is having a tough time being 8 and the youngest in her family.  It is New Year's and her family has a tradition of making mochi.  She wants to take part in it but everyone says she is too young.  Will she find a way to help her family?  Read the book to find out and join Miss Tammi for some great discussion and fun activities.  Registration begins December 26 for this January 8th event.

Mrs. A is leading Kreative Kids on January 11 from 4:30-5:15.  Listen to stories about "Sea Creatures" and make crafts to take home.  Registration begins, Tuesday, January 2nd.  Don't miss this monthly program for children in grades K-2.

Don't know what to do on your day January 15th off from school?  Drop by for Lego My Lego!  Come use your imagination to build and design your own creation from 12-2 PM.  Then display it for everyone to appreciate! 

Is writing and illustrating right up your alley?  Then join Mrs. A for What's Up With Kids and get your work published.  Come to the meeting on January 18 from 6:30-7:30 PM and brainstorm ideas to write about.  In the past, people have created poems, wrote short stories or a review on a movie or book.  Be as creative as you can be!

Last but not least, don't forget to participate in Books 'N Cooks. If you love to cook, team up with Miss Lorette for some interesting stories and create a scrumptious food concoction connected to one of the books.  Sounds yummy, doesn't it?  Reserve your spot for the January 31st program that goes from 4-4:45 PM.

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