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This story time is designed especially for babies (newborn to 18 months) and their caregivers featuring songs, rhymes, bounces, and stories. Older siblings are welcome to join and are encouraged to bring their own “baby” stuffed animal. *Children under 10 must have a responsible person present in programs*
Children in grades 1-5 are invited to join us in creating colorful bubble art and learn about the importance of recycling for Earth Day!
Preschool children ages 3-5 are asked to join us as we prepare for the upcoming changes of seasons. Let's read about nature, and what plants and animals do as the cold weather leaves and the spring weather comes in! Afterwards, children will make their own caterpillar on the leaf.
Children are invited to join us for stories, songs, and crafts! This month we will be exploring Easter, Library Day, a buntasticle adventure and celebrating authors from SML's annual Children's Book Festival! This program is for families with children 2-5.
Teens are invited to unwind and play a variety of card games and board games, etc. Ages 12-18.
Please join Shreve Memorial Library for a craft program, in recognition of Earth Day. Adults will have an opportunity to create a vision board using old or recycled magazines, newspapers and other recyclable items. Ages: 19+
Come enjoy fellowship, a homemade treat, and coffee and check out a good book or magazine.
Drink coffee with your neighbors, catch up with news in the community, and chat about books.
Use your creative engine to design and build your imagination!
For Earth Day, adults will be making a beautiful blossom branch using tissue paper and branches from outside. Registration is required. Seating is limited. Stop by or call our circulation desk to register (318) 674-8172
Come to the Oil City branch and examine our Poinsettia it has grown quite a bit over the years, we are letting our patrons come up with a name for it and on Thursday, April 27th the first name we draw out of the box wins!
Come join us for coffee and visit with friends and neighbours.
Join us to make seed bombs to celebrate Earth Day and add some wildflowers to your life.
Join us as we will read a story from one of our Famous Book Festival Authors, Brian Lies, Titled "The Rough Patch."