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In-person and on Facebook!
June 16: Wendy and DB. Terrific kids’ music! This is a virtual presentation of a fun, positive, energetic show. We will have a viewing in the Community Room, and keep the content on our Facebook page for one week.
June 23: Miss Christine and Mr. Mark bring science and stories together like peanut butter and jelly, or any other two things that go great together.
June 30: Wehr Nature Center “Lake Michigan Treasures.” From fossils to pre-historic fish to shipwrecks to drinking water, we will explore the depths of this great lake. This interactive program will include story-telling, map building, water games, and more that will help us all learn why we should love our great lake.
July 7: Mr. Mark Stories in the Garden. Enjoy the library’s lovely Children’s Garden with library storyteller Mr. Mark. If weather is rough, we will meet in the Children’s Library.
July 14: Naturalist David Stokes “Have to Have a Habitat: Animals Off the Beaten Path.” Join David as he shows us a fun and furry good time using sign language, humor, puppets, and live creatures.
July 21: Karl Debelack “Amazing Paper Airplane Program.” Lift, drag, thrust, gravity! The same forces that work on real airplanes apply to paper airplanes as well. Learn all about it, and have fun while doing it. Science is fun!
July 28: Sadarri and Company Storytelling Troupe “Fun-tastic Voyage: Songs and Games Across the Seas!!!” This multi-lingual troupe is sure to amaze and engage. A Caribbean trickster tale, interactive song in Spanish, cool expressions in sign language, and exciting African-inspired game all combine for a “whale of a good time!”
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