Back by popular demand, we are hosting three full days of our wizarding-themed Escape Room! Do you have what it takes to save Hogwarts from impending doom? Teams of 4-6 participants will have 30 minutes to work together, decipher clues, and (hopefully) escape Madame Pince’s office in time to stop the menacing forces of He-Who-Must-Not-Be-Named. […]
We’ll sing and strum along to music with chords and lyrics displayed on the movie screen in the theater. Feel free to bring any sheet or self-written music to share with the group. While beginners are welcome, this class is intended for uke players with a basic understanding of chords and strumming. It’s a fun […]
It’s a beauty pageant, but for cupcakes. Compete against other groups to create birthday themed cupcakes that will wow your client. Winners get a prize. Basic supplies provided. Space is limited and sign-up by August 31 is required! 7th – 12th Graders Saturday, September 8 @ 2 p.m.
Early Literacy Celebration at Washington Park Library Thursday, August 23, 5:30 – 7:30 p.m. In partnership with United Way success by 6 and Parents as Teachers, the St. Joseph Public Library will host an indoor/outdoor party for pre-kindergarten kids. Through stories, games and activities, children and parents can practice building a variety of pre-reading skills […]
Musical Games : Friday, July 6 @ 1 p.m. Play a variety of musical and sound-related games. Come with your listening ears! For Kindergarten through 8th graders. Music, Man! : Friday, August 3 @ 1 p.m. Have you ever wanted to try playing a musical instrument, but couldn’t get your hands on one? here’s your […]
Beat the heat with these cool programs at the Downtown Library. Feeling bored? We have loads of fun programs just for teens. Come check us out! Anime Club – Thursdays @ 4 p.m. August 16 Watch anime, do crafts and participate in trivia contests! 7th Graders to Adults welcome. 3D Pens @ the Library – […]
The Carnegie Library will offer stimulating book discussions and delicious iced lattes. Copies of the book to be discussed are available at the front desk at Carnegie Library. For 7th – 12th graders. Wednesday, July 11 @ 3 p.m. – Thief of Lies by Brenda Drake This program is supported by the Institute of Museum […]
DT means Downtown, and that’s where this new, creative program for adults and teens will be held. Using foam, ink, rollers and paper, learn start to finish how to create block prints. Tools and materials will be provided. 7th Graders to Adults. Thursday, July 12 @ 3 p.m. Sign-up by July 9 required.
Want to rack up some service hours this summer? Volunteer at the East Hills Library during the Summer Reading Program! Applicants must be 12-18 years of age and be able to work at least one shift for a minimum six weeks June 1 to August 1. All volunteers will attend an orientation prior to the […]
3rd – 12th graders are invited to come play games of strategy the 4th Thursday of every month. We will have classics like Chess, Checkers, Mancala and Backgammon, but will also have newer games like Ticket to Ride. Come match wits with your peers at the Downtown Children’s Library and have some fun! July 26 […]