Today at Laura’s, we’ll be reading TheThankYouBook, by Mo Willems, and then creating our own Thank You Book for someone special in our lives. Who are you thankful for, and why? This will be the perfect gift to show them what they mean to you.
Join us on the second Saturdays of the month at 3 p.m. at Laura's Library for an introduction to the Japanese language through stories, traditional games, crafts, folktales, cultural activities, and more. Let's Go Nihongo!
Want to learn how to code? This kid-friendly class covers the basics of computer programming in a fun, game-like environment. Coders will learn new programming concepts while battling monsters and avoiding traps in CodeCombat. It’s recommended that children under 10 have a parent attend.
What kind of ghost stories do you like best? The kind that makes you jump? The kind that makes you giggle? Whether you like spooky spirits or funny phantoms, come to Laura’s to hear some Halloween tales and write one of your own. It’s sure to be a brilliant BOOnanza!