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Visit the library table during "Downtown Saturday Nights" to make your own galaxy rocks.
*Please note this craft will involve paint and may be messy.
Come to your West Alexandria Library to make your very own out-of-this-world galaxy wine glass! All supplies will be provided.
This program, like all PCDL programs, is free to attend. No registration needed.
Teens, join us each week at the West Alexandria Library as we explore the universe around us, make some wonderful crafts and enjoy some yummy snacks.
Hey tweens! Enjoy a program just for you while exploring all types of things in your universe. We will have many types of activities and best of all snacks!
Rocket into space, become an astronaut, meet some aliens, learn about the stars. You never know what Miss Kathy has in store for you in her Universe of Stories.
Activities may include crafts, stories, snacks, dancing, music - who knows! Be sure to join us every Wednesday at 1 pm at the West Alexandria Library.
Every Monday we will have a new “Craft of the Day” at our table located by the glass case. These crafts will require limited or no help and may be taken home to be completed. Everyone who participates will receive a piece of candy. This program is open to everyone and will stay out all day.
Jim’s new show Outer Space Magic is the most FUN Summer Reading Club program Jim has done in years! Kids will be amazed as they watch Astronaut Andy get rid of ALIEN EGGS, see a wacky Space Crew who mis-assemble their spaceship, and the clever, witty ZORK, the Flying Alien.
Tom Sparough is a juggler, storyteller, writer, and facilitator.Tom's performances are filled with skillful, humorous juggling and a generous helping of audience participation. In a delightful way, it explores the realm of the seemingly impossible, whether it is walking on the moon, or juggling on his head. It features death-defying ball juggling, plate spinning, and the amazing juggling of small human beings! This show appeals to kids and adults at the same.
As you have explored the universe around you I am sure you have picked up a few treasures. Tonight you will be able to make a book treasure box to store them all in. *This craft involves using a sharp object, so caution is advised.*
Create your own memo station with supplies provided. We will have examples of ribbon memo boards and duct tape memo boards. Or come up with a design all your own.