Here’s how to become a member: Read a Truman or Gateway nominee from any of the SJPL branches Fill out this form with your information and select the book(s) you’ve finished. Each time you’ve read a new Truman or Gateway title, fill out the form again. We’ll keep track and contact you when you’ve earned a prize. […]
Join the St. Joseph Public Library Foundation for its 2nd Annual Fundraiser at River Bluff Brewing on Friday, October 25 from 5 – 7 pm. The cost is $20 and includes beer, snacks, and a limited edition Books Beers and Boos pint glass. Pay in advance or at the door. Only the first 100 to […]
Do you play Minecraft? Want to show off your favorite build, command, mod, or world? Come to our Minecraft Show-and-Tell. Please limit your Show-and-Tell presentation to 5 minutes. If you want to come watch, but not present, you are welcome to do so and do not need to register. 4th through 12th graders. Sign up here. […]
It’s the Last Hurrah! Summer is ending, and it’s time to squeeze in as much fun as possible before putting your nose to the grindstone. Join us for an epic scavenger hunt, pizza, and some other fun ideas we’re still cooking up. Approximate running time is 3 hrs. For 7th through 12th graders. Sign up […]
Do you remember where you were when we landed on the moon? Do you remember what you were doing when the Twin Towers fell? Or when the Berlin Wall came down? Major events lock that time in our memories. We are excited to share everyone’s stories. Join us for this open conversation with light refreshments. […]
We’re not astronauts, but we can pretend. Come build rockets, navigate an asteroid belt, test your scientific mettle with STEM challenges, and eat astronaut food. Approximate running time is 4 hours. For 7th through 12th graders. Sign up here!
Everyone needs time to relax. Teens can enjoy some tactile therapy with moon sand (also known as cloud dough). Simply mix together the ingredients and enjoy. Teens can form shapes, or simply enjoy the sensation between their fingers. For 7th-12th graders. Thursday, July 18 @ 3 PM.
Blast into the library as we celebrate National Space Exploration Day, which commemorates man’s first landing on the moon 50 years ago! We’ll visit different ‘space’ stations including an astronaut training obstacle course, crafts, games, and snacks. Approximate running time is 2 hours. Saturday, July 20 at 2 pm. Intended for children ages 3-8, but […]
We will use old vinyl records to create a replica of our solar system using paint pens. Or, you can get creative and paint your own universe. For 4th-12th graders. Sign up required. Call East Hills Library at 232-2136 for more information or to sign up.
A movie with popcorn? For free? YES. Come to the Downtown Library for exclusive screenings for teens age 12-18. Friday, June 14: Spider-man: Into the Spider-verse at 5 pm. Friday, July 5: Captain Marvel at 5 pm.