When you get your own library card it's almost mandatory to attend a diy library card holder event.
I have no shame I sent my teen to a bead class....... and she loved it!
All things John Green was a teen event that was all her idea. She made pins, inspirational coasters and won this signed book! She couldn't deny she enjoyed her library experience that day either. Watch out teen I think I saw you smile.
We have attended a lot of the preschool and elementary programs. The library offers something different (usually hands on) every week.
Games are extra fun when your with your family and things are super sized!
Amazement when your balloon fills up by itself. Panic for mom when your not sure if it's going to blow up. Is there a phobia title for this?
The older kids get an experience one another level of learning and fun! Shel Silverstein was the focal point one day. The kids listened to a couple books then acted them out with each other for the parents.
Little miss is currently attending the monthly sewing classes. She has learned basic sewing, adding buttons, and made a bag!
Mommy even gets to jump into a few programs of my own and I don't even have to share! Crafts are offered regularly.
I'm also in their book club. Brooklyn is our next book.
We even caught the eclipse at our library! This was fun for the whole family! It wasn't even just a show and bring your lawn chairs. It was a party!
I'm just saying rumor has it a library has books too! Hmm, I didn't see any, guess I'll have to look next time I'm there.
Now I by no means am saying my library is better then yours but, I may be saying go and have fun at your library and see what they have. Make suggestions to get more community involvement! If you library does have activities and classes I would love to hear about them!