Southeast Branch

Movie Night at Southeast (rated PG-13)

Thursday, April 18 @ 6 pm

Everyone is welcome to join us for our monthly movie night.  We will be showing the final installment of Stephenie Meyer's vampire series.  "After the birth of Renesmee, the Cullens gather other vampire clans in order to protect the child from a false allegation that puts the family in front of the Volturi."  Light refreshments will be served.

Teen/Tween Survival Cooking: Chips, Dips & No-Bakes

strawberriesTuesday, April 30 @ 6pm
It’s snack time @ Southeast. We’ll teach you how to make simple, healthy, and homemade snack foods that will keep you going through finals and all summer.  Please call 827-6900 to register for this free program.

 

 

 

Support Teen Literature Day: Teen Coffeehouse

teen girlThursday, April 18 @ 6 pm

Calling all teen artists, poets, and scholars. Come share your drawings, sketches, poems, stories...anything. We will meet in the Teen Lounge and share our art and the art of others.

Today is Support Teen Literature Day so come prepared to celebrate and to share your favorite teen books.  We will be Skyping with Laura Lam, author of the young adult novel Pantomime.

 

National Library Week: Community Crafty Saturday

nlwSaturday, April 20 from 10 am - 5 pm

Kids of all ages are welcome to drop by the library anytime this Saturday to make-and-take some really neat crafts and DIY projects.  In celebration of this year's National Library Week theme Community Matters, some of our own community helpers will be on hand to make crafts with you.

 

Read to Rover

read to roverSaturday, April 27 @ 11 am

Who let the dogs out?  Elementary students and beginning readers are invited to join our volunteer therapy dogs for a barking good time.  Read your favorite stories to these clever canines and become a member of the Read to Rover Frequent Reader Club.  Don't miss this great experience!

Shelby and Maddie will be at the library today!  Read them one of your favorite books or one of the many doggie tales we have at the library.

 

Read to Rover

dogSaturday, April 13 @ 11 am

Who let the dogs out?  Elementary students and beginning readers are invited to join our volunteer therapy dogs for a barking good time.  Read your favorite stories to these clever canines and become a member of the Read to Rover Frequent Reader Club.  Don't miss this great experience!

We'll have a full house this Saturday with Shelby, Cookie, and Clifford at the library!  Read them one of your favorite books or one of the many doggie tales we have at the library.

 

Homeschool Hoopla

teenWednesday, April 24 @ 12 pm

Join our homeschool group... right after storytime!  Starting at 12 pm, socialize with other homeschool kids and parents during a bring-your-own brown bag “Library Lunch."  Then join our Library Skills class at 12:30 pm, where you and your child will learn together how to use library resources, from finding books on the shelf to checking out e-books.  Call Kristine at 827-6900 for more information.

This session is for children in grades 4-8.  Homeschool Hoopla will break for the summer months and resume in September.  Look for the next session for children in grades K-3 this fall!

Did you know that April is National Poetry Month?  We'll be learning about different types of poems and creating our own poetry books!

 

Homeschool Hoopla

studyingWednesday, April 10 @ 12 pm

Join our homeschool group... right after storytime!  Starting at 12 pm, socialize with other homeschool kids and parents during a bring-your-own brown bag “Library Lunch."  Then join our Library Skills class at 12:30 pm, where you and your child will learn together how to use library resources, from finding books on the shelf to checking out e-books.  Call Kristine at (904) 827-6900 for more information.

This session is for children in grades K-3.  The next session for grades 4-8 will be on Wednesday, April 24 @ 12 pm.

Did you know that April is National Poetry Month?  We'll be learning about different types of poems and creating our own poetry books!

 

Family Storytime

storytimeWednesday, April 24 @ 11 am

Join Miss Kristine and Miss Alex every Wednesday for a fun-filled hour of stories, songs, and crafts!  This program is geared toward a wide range of ages including families with toddlers, preschoolers, and elementary-aged children.

We are all winners this week!  This is our last storytime of the spring season.  Don't miss our exciting craft after storytime.

 

National Library Week: Bedtime Storytime

nlwTuesday, April 16 @ 6:30 pm

Wear your PJs to this special session of our regular Wednesday storytime where we do storytime backwards!  Arts and crafts come first and then we will wind down with some favorite stories.  This is a family program that is suitable for all young children.

We will be reading books about community helpers in honor of the National Library Week theme Communities Matter as well as Miss Kristine's new favorite book Can I Bring Woolly to the Library, Ms. Reeder?.

 

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