Meet Millie at Whitmore Library

Meet Millie at Whitmore Library
Posted on 04/02/2019

This month, Whitmore Library has science programming for ages 6 to 9 that includes making a LEGO zip line, creating a kaleidoscope, experimenting with bubbles and learning about rocket science.

Young readers of all ages can come to the library two Saturdays a month and read to Millie, a visiting therapy dog who loves to hear stories. Teens and tweens are invited to register for a "Star Search" Talent Clinic, where they will learn to build their confidence for stage performances. This program is sponsored by 4-H and space is limited so advance registration is required. Other programming for teens includes playing life-size games, duct tape crafting and building your own robot. Teens can even make salt-and-sugar scrubs for themselves or to give to someone special.

Did you know that the library has an art gallery downstairs? In April, the featured artist is Leo Platero who will showcase his landscape paintings. Stop by to check out his work.

For dates and times and more program details, call or drop by the library, or visit thecountylibrary.org. Your library card gets you access to books, of course, but also research, articles, downloadable materials, databases, streaming video and much more.