A virtual trivia game on your schedule. Trivia will be posted on our website and social media page each month in the summer. Play when you get a chance, then share with your friends to see who is the K-Pop trivia master!
The link will be posted by June 1.
Triva game link coming soon. In the meantime, check out this cool website:
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We have been exploring science, technology, engineering, and math in fun, crafty ways. Are you ready for more STEM fun? Join us once a month on Facebook or YouTube as we dive deep into a project for the whole family.
June 12: Elephant Toothpaste
June 26: Bottle Rockets
July 10: Oobleck Egg Drop
July 24: “Greek” Temple Building
Sing songs and interact with us during storytimes outside! Join us for a socially distanced storytime outside! Space is limited; we’ll hand out tokens at 9:30 for the program. If it rains, we will share a Zoom link and post it to Facebook for 48 hours.
Children and families enjoy fun, mindful movement together in these feel-good fitness classes that blend Martial Arts, Dance, and Yoga to worldly music! Get Moving! Be Creative! Have Fun! This program will be outside, weather permitting. Maks and facemasks are required.
Classes to be Co-hosted by Youth Services & Liz Lane outside June 2 and 16, and July 14 at 10 am. We will meet via Zoom if there will be rain or inclement weather.
Register for June dates here.
Instructed by: Anne Hughes
This Slow Flow practice will lead you through a series of yoga poses that focus on strengthening, lengthening, and stretching. Side effects may include a sense of well-being and feelings of peace and calmness!
1. Two foam yoga blocks
2. A blanket
3. A yoga strap (or belt, towel, scarf)
Illuminated Letters Series
THIS CLASS WILL MEET IN-PERSON IN THE YOUTH ROOM. MASKS REQUIRED.
Approximate time to complete project: 2 hours
“Illuminate letters, together with other forms of decorations, were used before the invention of the printing press to enrich hand written books, or manuscripts. The illumination art mainly used bright bold colors and gold, illumination actually means “to light up.”
In this class we are going to create our own illuminated letter in an easy and accessible way, step by step, without the use of professional tools for calligraphy–just using acrylic paint markers.
Materials needed for the class:
- Pencil and eraser
- Sturdy paper for painting (Mixed media or watercolor paper), approximate size 6X8 inches.
- Paint Markers, any brand, 3 colors of your choice, plus GOLD and WHITE. Greta uses Elmer’s Painters Opaque brand.
- A ruler (or square and ruler set) to trace straight lines.
- Painter’s tape (for clean lines around borders).
- Optional: carbon paper to trace the letter. *Greta will share her carbon paper with class, if needed.