Coloring books are no longer just child’s play. Adult coloring books have become increasingly popular, and researchers are beginning to observe the health benefits coloring can provide. Read more
Category Archives: Crafts
The Library is jam-packed full of programs for patrons of all ages this December! Read more
These Spooky Snack Witch Hands are a fun and easy treat to make with kids! Follow this DIY tutorial to make them in five minutes or less!
With the help of the pattern guide, follow the steps below to make your own creepy skeleton keychain!
This month in “Connections”:
• Read about young Kennedy Stith of Alexandria, Ky., who became our first child to complete 1,000 Books Before Kindergarten.
• Read about all the positive changes at the Library and their impact on patrons in our Annual Report to the Community.
• Meet new board member Tracy Smith.
• Read about great programs and events in October, including Baby Sign Story Time, a visit from author Robert H. Patton as part of our Signature Series and ASL Movie Night.
This month in “Connections“:
If you love Pinterest and DIY, be sure to register for one of our wonderful craft programs. You’ll learn something new, it’s free and you might make some new friends! Read more
Adventure Club is a chance for your 1-5th grader to have some fun and explore something new! All programs meet weekly and are free.