Youth Services

Design an Ugly Christmas Sweater

Please click on the image above or click on this link to download and print your silly sweater to color.  Turn in your design for judging by December 14th.

What is Hanukkah? Storytime and Presentation with Lisa Lair
What is Hanukkah? Storytime and Presentation with Lisa Lair

Hanukkah (or Chanukah) begins at sundown on Thursday, December 7, 2023, and ends the evening of Friday, December 15, 2023 (8 nights). Hanukkah means “dedication” and is a holiday that honors and celebrates one of the first recorded fights for religious freedom and the success of this fight. Recommended for ages 3y-12y at the Children's tables. Parent supervision required, Please register.

Thursday, 12/7 @ 6:30 pm (Room F)
Tween Wooden Disc Ornaments (Ages 8-12y)
Tween Wooden Disc Ornaments (Ages 8-12y)

Take a small wooden disc and make into ornaments for whatever holiday you celebrate- Christmas, Hanukkah, or even Kwanza. Please register.

Friday, 12/8 from @ 4 pm (Children's Activity Room)

The Youth Services Department is a vibrant and whimsical space where young learners can explore, play, share, and grow. We curate curiosity in ages 0-18 with year-round programs, book suggestions, and information help. Come visit our story barn to play and explore.  Do a scavenger hunt or work a puzzle. Use your imagination in creative role-play.  Make a craft, color, or play checkers. We support literacy every day, especially through 1000 Books Before Kindergarten, 50 Books to Read in Kindergarten, Every Child Ready to Read, and school readiness programs.  Youth Services: where books are just part of the story! For information on programs and storytimes, please contact the Youth Services Manager.
Enjoy these videos from Youth Services

Youth Services have variety of archived craft videos on the library's Facebook page and the  YouTube channel.