Monthly Archives: October 2017
Our glow-in-the-dark party wasn’t just lit, it was fluorescent. Kids danced, played musical chairs, made crafts, and partied beneath the glow lights last week at the library. Visit our Facebook page for more photos from our glow-in-the-dark party.
Our Major Leaders of World War II series concludes with a closer look at Winston Churchill. Our speaker, John Foster—who, in addition to being a librarian, also has a doctorate degree in history—discussed: Churchill’s acumen as a leader, speaker, soldier, … Continue reading
How will you use our new 3D printer? Ben used them to create Canterbury Tales game pieces as part of an English assignment. We think his work his A+. If you’re looking for resources to spark your creativity, you can … Continue reading
The young artists of Studio MPL club filled our story-time room with brightly colored skulls last week. They weren’t being macabre. Instead, the kids were making artwork inspired Dia de los Muertos. The holiday is an opportunity for families in Mexico … Continue reading