October 7, 2023
3704 Greenwood Road
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The children will learn about Spring through rhymes and fingerplays.
Children and their caregivers are invited to this fun story time with age appropriate stories and activities. *Children under 10 must have a responsible person present in programs*
This month's program will cover how Shreveport prepared for the possibility of Union attack during the Red River Campaign of 1864. We will show where the forts and batteries were located around the city, and the soldiers who manned them.
Children (5 - 11 years old) will use science, engineering and problem solving skills to create carious projects with our Little Bits Kits. *Children under 10 must have a responsible person present in programs*
"Storytime is just the thing / to rest a play-exhausted wing," so join us as we celebrate Brian Lies' classic "Bats at the Library" with stories, songs, rhymes, and a craft. Don't forget to see Brian Lie and many other authors in person at the Children's Book Festival on May 6!
Do you like playing video and board games? You are invited to come out to our gaming night, where you have a chance to relax and show your skills. Roblox tournaments are once a month. Don't forget to bring a friend!
The participants will make a jellyfish in honor of Autism Awareness. All supplies are provided. Registration required.
Teens are invited to unwind and play a variety of card games and board games, etc. Ages 12-18.
Babies and toddlers are invited to an interactive, fun filled storytime to find out why... drip, drop, splash... raindrops fall from the sky. Ages 0-5.
Show us what you know about the Earth, and layer your planet completing this craft
Let it Be the incentive for getting through the end of the week. Join us for the latest news on happenings of the town. Grab a muffin, biscuit or cake and sit a spell to relax and enjoy a cup of your choice, coffee or tea
Come enjoy fellowship, a homemade treat, and coffee and check out a good book or magazine.
Register and join our sewing and Cricut classes. They are taught by Mrs. Ellen, an experienced and skillful team member of the library.
Looking for a new hobby? Crochet is relaxing and fun! Bring your own project or start one here. Beginners are welcome! Basic supplies are provided.
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!
Join us in storytime where we will be reading stories,singing and dancing and sometimes a craft.
Come and join us for a fun filled night of Karaoke.