Sketch of an octopus
Digital Programs
Zoom
Thursday, June 16 at 1:00 pm

Ages 3–15: Your young artist can dive into the depths of the ocean with artist and illustrator Corinne Roberts and learn how to draw underwater scenes. No experience is necessary and all supplies will be provided.

Sewn fish with felt and scissors
Main Library
Pickup at South Entrance
Wednesday, June 1 at (All day)

Ages 5–11: Take your child on a deep dive under the sea! With the Sea Animals kit, your child will sew their own surprise sea creature, learn to draw marine life with How to Draw 101 Dolphins and Other Sea Animals by Dan Green, and discover some of the most misunderstood fish with Clownfish Aren’t So Funny by Matt Weiss.

Close-up of laser cutter
Main Library
Haute Create
Thursday, June 23 at 4:00 pm

Ages 13 & Up: Soldering is a multi-purpose technique which will allow you to build electronics, make repairs, and create crafts! In Intro to Soldering, you will pick up this valuable skill and learn how to use the Haute Create soldering stations safely by making your own DIY synthesizer.

Customers who wish to use the Haute Create soldering stations independently must complete this class.

Pile of woven bracelets
Main Library
Teen Space
Thursday, June 23 at 3:00 pm

Ages 12–19: Experiment with a new hobby every month at Try This Teens! This month, make a unique bracelet for yourself or your loved ones, or create matching best friend bands with an introductory guide to handmade friendship and paracord bracelets. Materials will be provided for you to continue the craft at home.

Close-up of laser cutter
Main Library
Haute Create
Thursday, June 16 at 4:00 pm

Ages 13 & Up: Soldering is a multi-purpose technique which will allow you to build electronics, make repairs, and create crafts! In Intro to Soldering, you will pick up this valuable skill and learn how to use the Haute Create soldering stations safely by making your own DIY synthesizer.

Customers who wish to use the Haute Create soldering stations independently must complete this class.

Young Girl Cleaning Paintbrush in Water
Main Library
Youth Services Program Room
Friday, June 10 at 3:00 pm

Ages 5–15: Whether your child is a seasoned artist or a first-time painter, they can learn the basics of working with acrylic paint, develop their hand-eye coordination, explore their creativity, and take home their very own painting on canvas.

Close-up of laser cutter
Main Library
Haute Create
Thursday, June 9 at 4:00 pm

Ages 13 & Up: Soldering is a multi-purpose technique which will allow you to build electronics, make repairs, and create crafts! In Intro to Soldering, you will pick up this valuable skill and learn how to use the Haute Create soldering stations safely by making your own DIY synthesizer.

Customers who wish to use the Haute Create soldering stations independently must complete this class.

Octopus sculpted in clay on sand
Main Library
Pickup at South Entrance
Wednesday, June 1 at (All day)

Air-dry clay is a versatile, easy-to-handle material that is excellent for learning the basics of sculpting. Sculpt your favorite sea creature using air-dry clay, wire, and paint.

Colorful Craft Pom-Poms
Main Library
Pickup at South Entrance
Sunday, May 1 at (All day)

Ages 0-5: Spatial awareness, hand-eye coordination, and dexterity are necessary skills for your child to have when they enter school for the first time. Practice these skills using pompoms, tongs, and buttons, or introduce your child to the correct way to hold a pen and create strokes using My First Wipe Clean Pen Control by Roger Priddy.

Toy Fork Lift
Main Library
Pickup at South Entrance
Sunday, May 1 at (All day)

Ages 5-11: Construction equipment is big, loud, and powerful-three things which can fascinate your child! Explore these machines with this month's Kids Take & Make, which includes a new construction toy, a surprise sewing craft, and a copy of Il Sung Na's That's My Carrot!

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