It’s a great time of year to take your group outside for some natural exploration. The library has two science kits available for circulation, a Trees kit and a Ponds and Wetlands kit. Stop by the library and check one out!
Vickie Carl celebrates 30 years of service to the library.
Tap, tap, tap the pencils go on the white with blue lined paper. Everybody’s eyes glued to their paper. Grace puts the eraser part of the pencil on her chin to think. All of a sudden you hear the end of a pencil drop and Mia picks it back up, upside down and erases the last word she . Mia looks to her right and sees Grace’s dark purple folder being picked up. She dives into it with her eyes. Annika just realized that the character’s name she is using is on a poster on the wall diagonal from her. Everybody drops their pencils at the same time, and all of them say in a chorus “Done!”
A splash of color! The results of the egg coloring workshop. Just in time for the Easter Bunny and a celebration of spring!
Thursday, March 21st concluded our last of three evenings at the library for students and families. Our guest reader’s were Newport’s Kelsey Monahan (former Carnival Queen and library page), and Newport senior Sharissa Stout. Thank you to all for making the program a success!
March 14 was the second Project R.A.B.B.I.T. night with guest readers Kate Niboli, Library Arts Center Director, and Principal Philip Callanan.