This week at your library


Monday, June 13

Craft of the Day

12 p.m. at the West Alexandria Library

Visit the West Alexandria Library every Monday during Summer Reading (June 6-July 18) and make a craft! If you don’t have time, most will be available to take home and complete.

Drawing Games (ages 8-12)

2 p.m. at the Eaton Library

Test your skills at Pictionary, Hangman, and other drawing games!

Around the World

4:30 p.m. at the West Manchester Library

We’ll explore fun activities and games from all over the world at this program for families.

Story Time (ages 7 and under)

5 p.m. at the New Paris Library

Bring the kids for a fun story at the library.

Tuesday, June 14

Drawing Games (ages 8-12)

1 p.m. at the Eldorado Library

3 p.m. at the New Paris Library

Test your skills at Pictionary, Hangman, and other drawing games!

Super Mario Maker Challenge (teens, grades 6-12)

3 p.m. at the West Alexandria Library

Play Super Mario Maker on the Wii U and take our Course Maker Challenge! Create a course in the Course Maker Mode and have others play your course. Go old school and play four-player Mario Kart Double Dash on the Gamecube! Snacks and prizes for everyone!

Spa Night: Pamper your Body (adults)

4 p.m. at the Eldorado Library

Learn about lotions, soaps, and more!

Wheel of Fitness (kids)

5:30 p.m. at the Camden Library

Fitness and nutrition are this year’s Summer Reading themes. Take a spin at the Camden Library’s wheel of fitness for some fun, healthy activities.

Wednesday, June 15

Fueling your Engine

10 a.m. at the Eaton Library

A program for children under 12, the Eaton Library will have weekly Summer Reading activities. The activities vary each week with children enjoying plays, reader’s theater, hands-on activities, crafts, and more!

Story Time

1 p.m. at the West Alexandria Library

Hear a story, do a fun activity, and enjoy a snack at this story time for ages 7 and under.

Drawing Games (ages 8-12)

2 p.m. at the West Alexandria Library

4 p.m. at the West Manchester Library

Test your skills at Pictionary, Hangman, and other drawing games!

Temporary Henna Tattoos (teens, grades 6-12)

3 p.m. at the Eaton Library

Henna tattooing (Mehndi) involves making decorative designs on the skin and then staining the figures. Henna designs may remain on the skin up to a month or more. Christina, Teen Librarian, will explain Henna to teens and supervise as you design and apply the temporary Henna tattoos. You will only be allowed to place Henna on their arms and hands. All supplies will be provided. This program requires a signed permission slip to participate!

Spa Night: Pamper your Body (adults)

5:30 p.m. at the West Alexandria Library

Learn about lotions, soaps, and more!

Thursday, June 16

Drawing Games (ages 8-12)

1 p.m. at the Camden Library

3 p.m. at the West Elkton Library

Test your skills at Pictionary, Hangman, and other drawing games!

Fueling your Engine

2 p.m. at the Eaton Library

A program for children under 12, the Eaton Library will have weekly Summer Reading activities. The activities vary each week with children enjoying plays, reader’s theater, hands-on activities, crafts, and more!

Super Mario Maker Challenge (teens, grades 6-12)

4 p.m. at the West Elkton Library

Play Super Mario Maker on the Wii U and take our Course Maker Challenge! Create a course in the Course Maker Mode and have others play your course. Go old school and play four-player Mario Kart Double Dash on the Gamecube! Snacks and prizes for everyone!

Around the World

4 p.m. at the Eldorado Library

We’ll explore fun activities and games from all over the world at this program for families.

Novel Discussion (adults)

6:30 p.m. at the Eaton Library

Join us for our monthly book club. This month’s choice is ‘A Body to Die For’ by G.A. McKevett.

Friday, June 17

Temporary Henna Tattoos (teens, grades 6-12)

2 p.m. at the Eaton Library

Henna tattooing (Mehndi) involves making decorative designs on the skin and then staining the figures. Henna designs may remain on the skin up to a month or more. Christina, Teen Librarian, will explain Henna to teens and supervise as you design and apply the temporary Henna tattoos. You will only be allowed to place Henna on their arms and hands. All supplies will be provided. This program requires a signed permission slip to participate!

Saturday, June 18

Open Computer Lab

1 p.m. at the Eaton Library

Take advantage of the libraries new open lab hours for help with your mobile devices, Microsoft Office, research, using the library catalog, or any tech-related issue you have! No appointment is necessary. Open lab hours will be 1-4 p.m.

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