Spring into March with Plenty to do at Whitmore Library

Spring into March with Plenty to do at Whitmore Library
Posted on 03/04/2019

This month, Whitmore Library is hosting Yoga programs, classes to help you become familiar with the library’s 3D printer — a LulzBot TAZ 6, continued help with your taxes from the VITA program, and lots of children’s playtimes and story times. Other programs include:

Full Steam Ahead: The Full STEAM Ahead! program allows school-age kids to learn about STEAM principles while using fun hands-on activities, such as making a mini planetarium out of toilet paper rolls and constructing Lego buildings that can withstand an earthquake. The hour-long after-school program is for 6- to 9-year-olds.

Trail of Tolerance: The Trail of Tolerance is an international traveling outdoor poster show created by designer Mirko Ilić that uses art to promote tolerance, peace and humanity.

Beehive Voting: March is the home stretch for voting for the 2019 Beehive Book Award. Youth under 18 can read picture books, children’s or teen fiction, poetry and informational books. Submit votes to help select the winners for Utah’s only children’s choice book award.

For more information about the Whitmore Library programs and services, visit thecountylibrary.org. Also access resources online, including downloadable eBooks and eAudiobooks, business resources, research on careers, test preparation, and even AcornTV which features streaming video of mysteries, dramas and comedies from Britain.