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Master Builders don't have to be kids! Complete LEGO challenges and contests with other teenagers. Snacks and prizes will be provided!
*This program is intended ONLY for grades 6-12*
Teens in grades 6-12 can enjoy a fun writing workshop with prompts and challenges. Complete creative writing prompts and talk with other teens about creating stories, poetry, and more!
Sharing your writing is optional.
Snacks will be provided!
Join us for LEGO Club at the Eaton Library! 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.
It is National Library Week and we want you to help us jazz up the library's displays! Using grids we will make giant pixel versions of some of your favorite book, and film characters that will be displayed in the library! This program is suggested for those 8 and up.
Mother Goose Baby & Toddler Storytime is for children birth to 3 years of age. This is a 30-minute class.
Our storytimes are formulated around the Every Child Ready to Read initiative, which focuses on the five early literacy practices: talking, singing, reading, writing and playing.
*Registration is required for this program. Contact the Eaton library at 937-456-4331, or at email@example.com to register, or get more information.
With so many stories and characters to love, we have decided it's time to host another Disney Family Fun Night! Join us for this free, family-friendly event where we'll have games, prizes, crafts, refreshments, and more! All are welcome to come dressed as their favorite Disney inspired character!
Join us for our new series of programs aimed at those between 18 and 30! We will hold a Mario Kart tournament and have snacks. Have all the fun you want but keep it library friendly!
Outside of scientific journals, archaeologists are depicted as searching for lost cities and mystical artifacts in news reports, television, video games, and movies like Indiana Jones or The Mummy . This fantastical image has little to do with day-to-day science, yet it is deeply connected to why people are fascinated by the ancient past. By exploring the development of archaeology, this book helps us understand what archaeology is and why it matters.
Get to the Eaton Branch Library early for the best selection of fiction, nonfiction, young adult, and children's books during the February Book Sale! The sale will run from Saturday, February 16th through Saturday, March 2nd at the Eaton Library at 301 N. Barron St. There are no set prices. All sales are through donation only. Grab what you want and give as much as you can. All funds raised support the Eaton Library.
Join us for a jumbo game of battleship! This team version of the classic game is oversized for extra fun.
Snacks and other activities will be provided!
*This program is intended for grades 6-12*