March Break at the Library!:
Captain Underpants: the epic March Break activity (Sat, Mar. 10, 1:00):
Join us for Captain Underpants games and activities – and the epic movie! Ages 6+
Become a Superhero! (Mon, Mar. 15, 2:00): Who doesn’t want to be a Superhero? Come create a costume and reveal your superpowers with our green screen! Ages 5+.
Be a Superhero (Mon, Mar. 12, 2:00):
Who doesn’t want to be a Superhero? Come create a costume and reveal your superpowers with our green screen! Ages 5+
Jewelry-Making (Tues, Mar. 13, 2:00):
Explore your creativity and make some wearable art! Local jeweler Kenna McCall (Terradore Jewelry) will be leading a session for ages 12+ on making jewelry – for girls and guys – using metal, leather, stones, beads, crystals, bone, & more. Materials provided.
Build a High Tech Obstacle Course (Wed., Mar. 17, 2:00):
Like to build stuff and experiment with technology? Join us in building an (indoor) obstacle course and attaching circuits using a Makey-Makey (Google it!), then we’ll try it out to see if (and how) it works. Ages 6+. Contact the library to find out more!
Make a Sock Snowman! (Thurs, Mar. 15, 2:00):
Winter’s almost over, but let’s make one more snowman! Join us in turning an old sock into an adorable pal. Ages 5+.
Coding Hackathon Day! (Thurs, Mar. 15, 10:00 am – 5:00 pm):
Coding enthusiasts are invited to our all day hackathon with Drew Avis. Spend the day working on a group project that will test your programming skills! For experienced coders only. Contact the library for more info or to register.
Maze-Making! (Fri, Mar. 16, 2:00):
Come build mazes and “teach” our robotic mouse ‘Colby’ how to find his way to the cheese. This is a fun and easy intro to programming concepts. Ages 5-10.
StoryTime (Fridays, 10ish):
Bring your toddler or preschooler (ages 5 & under) to the library for StoryTime Friday mornings at 10:00(ish). Our drop-in StoryTime is a great way to develop your child’s early literacy and group interaction skills in a fun and relaxed setting. StoryTime encourages key skills that will help your child become a successful reader – through stories related to a theme, songs, rhymes & rhythm instruments, and a simple craft. New StoryTimers are always welcome!
LEGO Club (Saturdays, 10 – 12 noon):
Our drop-in LEGO Club (for ages 4 & up) continues on Saturday mornings between 10 and noon.
A museum visit is a great March Break family activity! The library lends free family passes to several Ottawa museums & the Aquatarium. Or try a MAPsack for an outdoor family adventure and family park pass. Contact the library for more info.