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StoryTime for 0-11 years old. Staying with in the 2022 Summer Reading Program theme, Oceans of Possibilities, the StoryTime book for July is, Mister Seahorse by Eric Carle. Eric Carle is one of our most beloved children's authors and has been for years.
This story time is specifically for babies and their caregivers featuring songs, rhymes, bounces and stories. Recommended for newborns to approximately 18 months old. Older siblings are welcome & encouraged to bring a stuffed animal as their own “baby."
Welcome to Hogwarts! This Harry Potter themed escape room is designed for groups of 2-6 persons. Participants must register as a group, in advance. Appropriate for persons aged 12 and up. Groups have up to 1 hour to escape the room! The event is free of charge. Registration opens July 5th. Call (318) 869-0120 to reserve your spot.
Please contact the Information Services Department for more information or to register for this class.
Join us for Under The Sea Storytime featuring music, stories, & a craft. For children 5th grade & under.
Marshall Mitchell will entertain with several Clean Water Ranger songs and will include some of his Cowboy Music for Kids favorites. Kids will imagine what they can do to care for the rivers, lakes, and streams in their own neighborhood as they learn about water's journey downstream, into the "Oceans of Possibilities."
Children are invited to create an ice cream craft!
Hamilton S Caddo Library has partnered up with Make Me Mold Me Empowerment Inc. to host an Ice Cream Social!
Participants will exchange recipe ideas, be introduced to cookbooks in the library, and also will create a cookbook. They will also make simple recipes.
Children of all all ages are encouraged to grab a few common crafting supplies to make this unique fish paper craft.
Come have fun learning about our ocean and how we can keep it clean, as well as, how to keep our earth clean. For a fun treat, we will make our very own ocean in a bottle.
Teens if the title is funny about black glue then come out and see what the craft is about.
Outstanding local college, Ayers Career College, will be here to talk about their exceptional programs including their awesome Information Technology Specialist Program. Ayers currently has students interning for the remarkable Future Leaders of Shreveport Summer Internship Program 2022 launched by Mayor Perkins.