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Grades 4th-6th Stories and Crafts
Monster Bookmarks & Zombie Stamps
Located in Archive / 2012 / July
Grades 1st-3rd Stories and Crafts
Scary (but not very scary!) Stories & Crafts!
Located in Archive / 2012 / July
University of Iowa Museum of Art
The University of Iowa Museum of Art is back again this summer. This time they will present objects from their Native American and First Peoples collection, with a focus on American Indian Ledger Drawings. A special focus will be on storytelling. This program is suitable for the whole family, although children younger than 6 may not be interested in sitting still for this.
Located in Archive / 2012 / July
Special Presenter Kristin Simon
Kristin Simon will ask us, "Does stuff really make people happy? If not, what does?" We shall attempt to answer these questions by sharing Patrick McDonnell's book The Gift of Nothing and through fun activities. Snack will be provided. Suitable for ages 6-8.
Located in Archive / 2012 / July
Grout Museum/Bluedorn Science Imaginarium STARLAB
The STARLAB is a portable planetarium, able to hold an audience of 25-35 comfortable. One planetarium show is approximately 30-45 minutes long, plus a question and answer time before and after. Sign up is required and is first come, first served. We will be able to do at least 2 shows if we have enough kids sign up. This event is intended for kids ages 6-12. The first show will be at 3:00 p.m. and, if needed, a second show will be at 3:40 p.m. This show will be held in the Kalona Rec Center. Many thanks to the Wahington County Riverboat Foundation for providing funding for these excellent Special programs!
Located in Archive / 2012 / June
Blank Park Zoo--Show & Tell
This traditional live animal program is designed to accommodate a large audience of all ages. The zoo will bring at least three animals to share during an interactive lesson. Children will be encouraged to answer thought-provoking questions about the animals and will have the opportunity to ask questions of their own. Suitable for ages 4-12. Many thanks to the Washington County Riverboat Foundation for providing funding for these excellent Special programs!
Located in Archive / 2012 / July
Lego Club
Come and build a lego creation! The library will provide lego blocks for building, but also feel free to bring your own.
Located in Archive / 2012 / July
Lego Club
Come and build a lego creation! The library will provide lego blocks for building, but also feel free to bring your own.
Located in Archive / 2012 / July
Grades 4th-6th Stories and Crafts
Dream Houses/Alien Landscapes
Located in Archive / 2012 / July
Grades 1st-3rd Stories and Crafts
Dream Catchers
Located in Archive / 2012 / July