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We have two art programs returning to the library in February and March. The first is Book Party, which was a successful storytime and craft program that ran last year during the spring, and is returning February 20th. Our first session was actually yesterday, and participants had a great time hearing two of Mo Willem’s pigeon books (Don’t Let the Pigeon Drive the Bus and The Pigeon Wants a Puppy).Pigeon FingerpuppetAfter the stories, each child made a set of fingerpuppets (a pigeon, duckling and Mad Cow) from the new activity book from the series: http://www.amazon.com/Dont-Pigeon-Finish-This-Activity/dp/1423133102/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1358462532&sr=8-1&keywords=dont+let+the+pigeon+finish. The kids had a blast coloring in their puppets and making them as “crazy” looking as they could.

Upcoming dates for future Book Party programs are: February 20th, March 20th, April 17th and May 15th. We meet in Fukaya Room A (with the exception of March, when we will be in the storytime theater). Program meets from 4-5 pm. All ages are welcome, but the stories and crafts are geared towards children ages 5-7 years old. Young children should have an adult helper present.

Our other returning program is Fun with Origami, run by our teen volunteer, Vanessa. Vanessa prepares two-three new origami projects each session and shows the kids how to fold them. Beacuse of the limited supply of paper, classes will be limited to 20 students, ages 8-10 years old. There is no registration for these classes, but you must pick up your free ticket at the Children’s Desk beginning at 3:45 pm the day of each program.

Origami Classes are on Thursdays, February 7th & 21st and March 7th & 21st. Classes are 4-5 pm in Fukaya Room A.

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Tuesday, June 23, 1:30-5:30 P.M.
Thursday, June 25, 10:00 A.M.-4:00 P.M.
Kids Library Camp

A 2-day camp for cool kids entering 4th-8th grade. Classes include the library and library jobs, resources for homework help, Internet surfing and safety, movie-making, YouTube, carfts and more. Registration required and is already full.
Update: We had so much fun! Check out the camp video posted on July 28, 2009.

Tuesday, June 30, 2 P.M.
Movie-making for Beginners

For ages 9 and up with some computer knowledge. Learn basics of Windows Movie Maker and how to upload videos to YouTube.
Seats are limited. A ticket is required to attend this class. Free tickets are available at the Information Desk 1 hour prior to the event.

Thursday, July 2, 2-4 P.M.
Family Movie Time–Bolt

Rated PG. Seats are limited. A ticket is required to watch this movie. Free tickets are available at the Information Desk 1 hour prior to show time.

Thursday, July 9, 2-3 P.M.
Puppet Show–Just So Stories

Come watch three fun stories: “How the whale go his throat”, “The elephant child”, and “How the Rhinoceros got his skin”, presented by P&T Puppets.
This puppet show will be held outdoors in the library’s patio. Some seating areas may not have shade. You are advised to wear a hat to shield the sun.

Thursday, July 16, 2-3 P.M.
Origami Fun for Kids

Join us for creative origami making. Presented by Christie’s Creative Cupboard. Young children must be accompanied by an adult.
Seats are limited. A ticket is required to attend this event. Free tickets are available at the Information Desk 1 hour prior to the event.

Thursday, July 23, 4-5 P.M.
Line Dance!

Presented by Amy and Friends Line Dance.
For ages 3-103. Everybody can dance!
Please wear sneakers or comfortable shoes. Young children must be accompanied by an adult.

Thursday, July 30, 2-3 P.M.
YouTube Video Showcase

Come watch videos made by you and your friends.
Upload your home-made videos on YouTube to share with us. Find out details at the Information Desk.

Tuesday, August 4, 2 P.M.
Dan Chan Magic Man and Kat the Acrobat

Magic+acrobatics+juggling+more. Dan and Kat are back with new tricks! Don’t miss it!
This show will be held outdoors in the library’s patio. Some seating areas may not have shade. You are advised to wear a hat to shield the sun.

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