Join us for LEGO Club! School-age children can come in and build, complete challenges, and just have fun! The program will meet on the last Monday of the month from 4 p.m. to 5 p.m.
Children can build with the library's LEGO collection. If you bring LEGOs from home to build with, please bring them in a container labeled with your child's name.
Experiment and create in our March Homeschool Hour!
This program will give students a chance to think outside the box with their artwork. We will discuss art made from found or recycled items, and get a chance to create our own sculptures out of recycled materials! This program will be unique, exciting, and environmentally friendly. Let’s build something new!
*Please Register in advance for either the 21st or 28th session*
It's your lucky day! The Eaton library is hosting another Create, Explore & More program, but this time the themes are green, gold and rainbows! Families can delve into our different creative and exploratory stations together. We'll make a pot of gold slime, explore simple science activities, and much more!
Drop-in from 1:00 pm to 3:00 pm, and have fun as a family. There is something for everyone! (You too, parents!)
After School Crew is the Storytime counterpart for ages 6-12. This group is designed to encourage education, exploration, creation, and teamwork. Meetings may include a mix of games, crafts, science experiments, and other play-based activities. Each After School Crew session meets for six weekly programs from 4:45-5:45 on Thursday evenings.
After School Crew is intended to help build phonological awareness, print motivation, vocabulary, problem solving, creativity, and communication skills in elementary-aged children.
The Tween Film Workshop for April will focus on story-making!
Use prompts and challenges to build fantasy worlds, characters, and storylines. The goal in story-making is to be as inventive as possible!
This program is intended for ages 8-12. Registration is not required.
Our Tween Film Workshop for March will focus on the amazing world of sound!
Challenges include making sound effects, vocal recordings, and music. Participants will get to try their hand at Foley- one of the most creative aspects of filmmaking!
This program is open for ages 8-12, and registration is not required for this event.
The Maker Space is a room full of new technology with open access to all ages. All equipment and assistance is free. Learn digital design, photography, sewing, and more with free access to this equipment. Bring your own consumables, such as fabric and paper. Some materials can be purchased for a fee.
10 am- 4 pm
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As you may have noticed, all the jobs seem to be online these days! We will review the basics of some popular job search websites and practice filling out online applications. Some computer experience highly preferred.
The core premise of laughter yoga is that your body can and knows how to laugh, regardless of what your mind has to say. Because it follows a body-mind approach to laughter, participants do not need to have a sense of humor, know jokes, or even be happy. The invitation is to “laugh for no reason," faking it until it becomes real. Laughing is an easy way to strengthen all immune functions, bring more oxygen to the body and brain, foster positive feelings and improve interpersonal skills. A trained instructor will lead you through these stress-relieving exercises.