To register for a program you can stop by the Children's Services Desk, call 419-625-3834 and press 0, or click on the Events Calendar image in the upper right corner of this page.
TAKE AND MAKE CRAFT: SPRING BREAK SURPRISE!
April 10-22 - All Day
Stop by Children’s Services and pick up a surprise craft to take home! (All ages)
Monday, April 24, from 4:00-5:00 p.m.
Drop in and play a few of your favorite classic board games! (suggested for ages 6 years and up)
FREE FAMILY MOVIE: SECRET LIFE OF PETS INTERACTIVE MOVIE
Saturday, April 29, at 2:30 p.m.
Universal Pictures, 2016; 87 mins, Rated PG.
Join us for interactive games and crafts as we watch this delightful movie about pets.
Doors open 15 minutes prior to show time. Children 10 and under must be accompanied by an adult. You are welcome to bring snacks, drinks, and blankets! Motion Picture Rating (MPAA) PG: Parental Guidance Suggested - Some material may not be suitable for children. Parents urged to give “parental guidance”. May contain some material parents might not like for their young children.
JOIN THE LIBRARY'S TEEN LIBRARY CORPS (TLC)
Give back a little “TLC” to your Library and the community by joining the Library’s Teen Library Corps. We have a variety of volunteer opportunities available for 13-18 year olds.
Why should you join?
- Gain real life experience
- Give back to your community
- Build leadership skills
- Become a team member
- Earn community service hours for school and scholarships, plus it looks good on college applications
- Meet new people
- Get a free t-shirt (provided by the Sandusky Club of Black Business and Professional Women)
If you are interested in joining, stop by the Reader’s Advisory Desk for an application or CLICK HERE for an online application. Once your application is accepted, you will be contacted to attend a TLC volunteer training workshop.
Children's Internet Protection Act and Social Networks
Click here to view the publication Keeping Kids Safer on the Internet. This publication gives parents and guardians the information that they need to talk to their children about issues like cyberbullying, social networking sites (like Facebook), inappropriate online content, violence online, and hate speech. Library staff encourages parents and guardians to review this information with their children.