We had so much fun coloring flags, singing songs and reading books at our Storytime program at the Farmer's Market this Saturday! Our next Saturday Storytime will be October 21st at 11am, here at the library!
We got creative with cut up magazine and cut out silhouettes and made some pretty awesome pictures to take home! Join us every Wednesday at 3:45pm for this program - next week we'll be making scratch off pictures!
We celebrated birthday's at Storytime today! Watch the video below and check out the photos and then join us Thursday at 11am for our next Storytime program!
We had a blast yesterday at Science Club, learning about plants with our special guest Jabin Burnworth! Our LAST Science Club with be next Monday at 3:45pm - come learn about the World of Bubbles!
We read a beautiful book about fall, sang silly songs, and colored our own leaves to take home today at Storytime! Join us every week, Tuesdays and Thursdays at 11am, for this awesome program!
We learned all about fish today at Storytime, as well as sang some silly songs and created our own dot painting fish to take home! Join us every Tuesday and Thursday at 11am for this wonderful program!
Science Club was thrilled to welcome a special guest, chief meteorologist Matt Leach from ABC21 who taught us all about weather science! NMPL even got to be part of a few live weather broadcasts! Check out the photos and videos below.
Science Club will be off next week (Happy Labor Day!) but we will be back on Monday, September 11th for Stem Stations!
It was back to school day at Storytime! We read "The Berenstain Bears Back to School", sang some songs and made some dot painting!
These adorable little bots were a huge hit with kids who loved getting a chance to build their own working robots!
We learned new songs at Storytime (see video!), read a silly story about a monster and his undie's, and colored our own monsters to take home! Join us every Tuesday and Thursday at 11am for this awesome Storytime program!
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