Students in grades 3-6 can join us for crafts, games, or STEM activities each month. In March, we will paint clay pots to celebrate the start of spring. Registration required.
Register online, in person, or by phone at 330.666.4888.
Check out these books to find more fun things to do this spring.
"Kites: Twelve Easy-To-Make High Fliers" written by Norma Dixon and illustrated by Linda Hendry
"Grow: A Family Guide to Plants and How to Grow Them" written by Riz Reyes and illustrated by Sara Boccaccini Meadows
"Gardening with Emma: Grow and Have Fun: A Kid-To-Kid Guide" written by Emma Biggs and Steven Biggs, illustrated by Rob Hodgson
AGE GROUP: | Tween | School Age (Grades 3-5) |
EVENT TYPE: | Art & Crafts |
TAGS: | steam | Crafts | Arts & Crafts |
|Mon, Mar 20||10:00AM to 8:00PM|
|Tue, Mar 21||10:00AM to 8:00PM|
|Wed, Mar 22||10:00AM to 8:00PM|
|Thu, Mar 23||10:00AM to 8:00PM|
|Fri, Mar 24||12:00PM to 6:00PM|
|Sat, Mar 25||10:00AM to 5:00PM|
|Sun, Mar 26||Closed|
Serving a vibrant area made up of both residential and business districts, the Fairlawn-Bath Branch Library is a valuable and important hub of enrichment for its diverse and dynamic community.
From families with toddlers, school-agers, or teenagers to active seniors and people who work nearby, patrons of all ages will find much to engage with in the appealing programming that the library presents. Story-times for young children, nature-themed events and craft-making for older youth, and varied programs for adults including book discussions, financial guidance, art instruction, and computer classes offer a wide range of opportunities for entertainment and learning.
Book, movie, music, and e-media collections from the library are equally responsive to the tastes and interests of library patrons. The Fairlawn-Bath Branch Library is also a place to find public computers, free WiFi, photocopiers, scanning and faxing capabilities, and meeting room space for local non-profit groups.
Also, be sure to look for Fairlawn-Bath Branch Library staff in your local schools, at area events, and around the table at community organizations.