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Jan 20 2010

Sing, dance, play games and learn how to play some basic instruments. Parents and siblings are welcome. There are no books or crafts at this program. Appropriate for ages 2-6. Space is limited; registration is required. Please call or visit the service desk.

Event Type: 
Music and Movement
Age: 
Children
Jan 16 2010

As part of this month’s “Puppet Pandemonium,” we’ll be making Glove Puppets this afternoon. All materials are provided by the library, although participants are allowed to bring their own gloves if they would like. This project is intended for people of all ages, so bring the whole family! We will be using hot glue guns, and there may be some very basic needlework. Adults are encouraged to stay and participate in the program with very young children.

Age: 
Adult, Children, Family, Teen
January 16, 2010 - 1:00 pm to 3:00 pm

Come one, come all. Join us for an afternoon of board, card and video games. Parents, come teach your kids Yahtzee! Children, come teach your parents the Wii. Bring your favorite game to show off to your friends and family or enjoy games available at the library. An intergenerational joy for everyone. Hot chocolate too!

Age: 
Family
January 16, 2010 - 11:00 am to 12:30 pm

Surrounded by our protective atmosphere and magnetosphere, we on Earth have been shielded from the worst aspects of severe space weather for millennia. But with our increasing daily dependence on sophisticated advanced technologies, like near-Earth orbiting satellites, GPS, and the incredibly complex power distribution grids, we are increasingly vulnerable to the impacts of severe space weather. Likewise, as we and other countries lead efforts to become a space-faring civilization, our understanding of the space environment will be the difference between mission success and failure. Dr. Thomas Bogdan, director of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Association’s Space Weather Prediction Center, will cover these and many other aspects of how space weather will affect our national security and global economic prosperity during this exciting lecture, discussion and hands-on activities for all ages. 

Age: 
Adult, Children, Family, Teen
Jan 15 2010

Sing, dance, play games and learn how to play some basic instruments. Parents and siblings are welcome. There are no books or crafts at this program. Appropriate for ages 2-6. Space is limited; registration is required. Please call or visit the service desk.

Event Type: 
Music and Movement
Age: 
Children
Jan 14 2010

Sing, dance, play games and learn how to play some basic instruments. Parents and siblings are welcome. There are no books or crafts at this program. Appropriate for ages 2-6. Space is limited; registration is required. Please call or visit the service desk.

Event Type: 
Music and Movement
Age: 
Children
Jan 13 2010

Sing, dance, play games and learn how to play some basic instruments. Parents and siblings are welcome. There are no books or crafts at this program. Appropriate for ages 2-6. Space is limited; registration is required. Please call or visit the service desk.

Event Type: 
Music and Movement
Age: 
Children
Jan 11 2010

Sing, dance, play games and learn how to play some basic instruments. Parents and siblings are welcome. There are no books or crafts at this program. Appropriate for ages 2-6. Space is limited; registration is required. Please call or visit the service desk.

Event Type: 
Music and Movement
Age: 
Children

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