10:30am - 11:00am
Lively music and movement for little ones and their grown ups!
If you have a little one who loves music, this program is for you! Join us for a half-hour of adult-&-child singing, clapping, and stomping along to favorite kids’ songs; the program will take place on the library lawn when weather allows with equipment set up during the live event for those who wish to participate virtually; the program will happen exclusively via Zoom when weather is bad. Parents & caregivers, please stay with your little ones, as this is a program for both of you!
Make a home for a short-term pet!
Get ready for this classic kid’s summer pastime, bug collecting! Meet on the library lawn to make a special jar for catching critters! Includes info on which bugs are safe to touch and collect,& how long to keep them.
Rain date: Thursday June 15th 2pm
Learn hydrodipping and customize your stuff!
An art workshop especially for tweens & teens: meet on the library lawn to learn the technique called hydrodipping, where you can turn your shoes, water bottle, or any other small object into a marbled work of art! You bring the objects you want to customize, we've got the rest. Space is limited, click below to register.
6:30pm - 7:30pm
You will create a colorful silk scarf even though you might never have held a brush. You’ll paint a 100% silk scarf using a permanent, free flowing, concentrated liquid color fabric paint. We will discuss colors, a variety of silk painting techniques and Gariné will be demonstrating painting a scarf with step by step instructions for a “watercolor style” process. At the end of the workshop you will go home with a gorgeous, wearable creation, just allow it to dry overnight. Once the scarf is dry, it can be ironed on the silk setting to permanently set the colors. Please register on our website or by calling the circulation desk.
Bring an old shirt to protect your clothing.