We’ll be painting the demolition derby car, the “Dewey Decimator,” this Friday at 10:00am! Here’s a welcome letter to let you know more about the event and how to get yourself ready! Don’t worry if you haven’t signed up yet, there’s still time.
We’ve received yet another fantastic alternative book cover as part of this summer’s Summer Reading Program! This cover is for “Changes for Addy,” part of the American Girl series and was written by Connie Rose Porter. Great job on the new cover design, Thayu!
Why not stretch your artistic skills and design your own new cover?
Friday July 25th at 10:00 come to the library and help us paint the Dewey Decimator!
Check out these great alternative book covers created by two of our Summer Reading Program participants.
On the left is a cover byRaeley for “Will Work for Prom Dress” by Aimee Ferris, and on the right by Jaylynn is “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows” by J.K. Rowling.
Once you’ve handed in your reading log you too can hand in an alternative book cover for an extra chance to win our grand prize drawing!
With the move to the renovated library on the horizon, the Teen Zone added a Nintendo Wii U system to its gaming lineup available for free play. The Wii U is the first of plans to expand Teen Zone gaming into the next generation of gaming systems.
Friday June 20th at 2:00 come and celebrate the summer solstice, the longest day of the year, by making flower crowns that will last all year.
Next Tuesday, June 17th at 2:00 we’ll be hacking our brains at the Library!
The crew from Lawrence Creates will be in the Teen Zone to give us the low down on what’s going on upstairs. We’ll be charting brains, playing brain games, and even looking at some REAL brains.
Tuesday, June 24th 2:00pm join us for a giant game of human chess in Watson Park! Two Lawrence chess champions will face off for the win. Come choose a side and help our combatants by standing in for pieces as they move around the board.
Friday June 13th at 2:00 come make your own pinhole camera at the library. Unlike the digital cameras that are so often used today, pinhole cameras don’t even use a lens and can be made out of just about anything from pumpkins to cans of spam. So sign up, try your hand, and see what you can make out of a cereal box, aluminum foil and tape.