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July 4th HOLIDAY
All Shreve Memorial Libraries CLOSED
All Shreve Memorial Libraries CLOSED for July 4th.
Elizabeth Vidos, also known as Lady Chops, is bringing her one woman drumming show to Shreve Memorial Library this summer! She is a talented percussionist whose past work included performing the hit show "STOMP." Her program titled "Drum Roll Please" is energetic, interactive and fun for all ages as she incorporates over 15 different instruments including buckets, body percussion and the Cajun rubboard. Join us for this fun event!
Even if you have never turned on a computer before, you will become comfortable using a mouse and keyboard and have a basic knowledge of a PC's parts and uses.
Join us for Adventures in Crochet! Bring your own project or start one with us! No experience necessary. Basic supplies provided.
Adults are invited to join us and watch the movie, Redeeming Love, based on the novel written by Francine Rivers.
Children of all ages are invited to swim by for all things SHARK @ North Shreve! Stained glass shark art, face painting, shark photo ops, and a library-wide scavenger hunt are just a few of the sharky activities. Beware of FUN!
Babies through preschoolers will celebrate summer with an interactive storytime all about fish. Featuring The Pout-Pout Fish and Friends!
Join us to talk about Lauren Tarshis' I Survived: Attack of the Grizzlies, 1967. Come by the library and grab your copy of the book or pick up a copy of the new Graphic Novel by Georgia Ball! Scary Stuff! Geared toward older children.
Adults will learn how to make art on canvas using just paper. All supplies will be provided.
Kids will make a sea turtle out of air dry clay and use plastic straws and toothpicks to make the scales and other marks.
Books will be shown so children can see what sea turtles look like.
Kids are invited to create a unique, glow-in-the-dark, acrylic canvas. All supplies provided. Space is limited. Come by to register or call the branch at 674-8172. Geared toward children 8+.
Babies through preschool will sing, read, play, and learn all about the crabby crab in this fun, interactive storytime.
Readers 12+ are invited to dive into Deeplight by Frances Hardinge. This 2022-2023 LTRC nominated title will have you on the edge of your boat cushion! Grab a copy of the book, ebook, or listen to the audiobook and then swim by to talk it up with Kayvion and Lynn.
Celebrate an "Ocean of Possibilities" with Professor QB. He will perform amazing magic, ventriloquism, and jokes. Join us for this fun event!
Teens and Tweens join us for a chill night where we'll watch the classic 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea, and make a Morse code bracelet with your own coded message.
Teens will learn how to make a paper circuit by creating an LED anglerfish. All supplies provided.
Adults are invited to create a summer acrylic painting on canvas. All supplies provided. Space limited. To register call the branch at 674-8172 or come by our circulation desk.