It’s the new best thing on Youtube! Record an episode for the library’s tween vlog- Library, Camera, Action! Come up with interesting topics to record, and share your creation with the community.
*All participants must have a signed Photo Release form to participate*
Our game provides a unique escape room-style board game for you to solve.
Use clue cards, decoders, and mysterious objects to solve the puzzles and exit the game!
This program is for grades 6-12.
Build structures and contraptions with simple wooden planks, known as Keva Planks®.
Work from a variety of images and ideas to see what you can create!
This program, like all PCDL programs, is free to attend. No registration needed.
Meet Bit, the coding robot! This Ozobot can follow codes you create online… or can be sent on an adventure by creating a code line with markers. With two ways to control this tiny bot, you’ll be coding in no time!
We will provide materials, you provide the creativity. We will have supplies of all kinds and crafts we have left over from other programs. This is a great opportunity to let your imagination roam or to do a craft you may have missed.
Everyone is spring cleaning ~ including us!! We are cleaning out our crafting supplies and you get to use your creativity to make whatever you want. We love seeing all your creative ideas.
We are wrapping up the West Alexandria Library's Winter Reading Program with Read Across America Day.
There will be crafts, snacks, and other activities to celebrate Dr. Seuss.
Brown Bear, Brown Bear what do you see? I see families enjoying an evening of crafts, stories, giveaways, and photo-ops!
Come to the West Alexandria Branch to hear Bill Martin's popular book, Brown Bear, Brown Bear, What Do You See? read aloud by your favorite librarian and then enjoy a craft, contests, and photo-ops.
Try your hand at our selection of logic games! Test a gravity marble drop, laser reflection maze, and a rush hour traffic puzzle.
Can you solve these critical thinking challenges?
Make your own stop motion animation film at the library!
Use tools like miniatures, LEGOs, and craft supplies to create and record mini-scenes.