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This story time is specifically for babies newborn to 18 months and their caregivers featuring songs, rhymes, bounces and stories. Older siblings are welcome & encouraged to bring a stuffed animal as their own “baby."
Join us as we welcome Hey Now Hooping for a special hoop performance. This interactive hooping program starts with circus-style hoop dance performance and includes: learning all about hoops and hooping, storytelling, and interactive hooping time for everyone ! The program will conclude with an exciting LED light hoop dance performance.
*Children under the age of 10 must have a responsible person present in programs.*
Children in grades 1-5 are invited to join us while we complete STEAM engineering challenges!
This story time brings together playful farm animal books and some hands on learning activities that are perfect for preschoolers. Get ready to cluck, quack, and moo through this story time!
Teentober Paint and Sip! Soft Drinks & Tea.
The participants will choose to work on computer skills at their own pace. They will be able to get assistance as they work on their computer goals. Registration required.
Children are invited to enjoy stories, songs, and crafts! This program is for families with children ages 3-5.
Join us as we learn how to crochet this can cozy with handle! Please bring your favorite G (4mm) hook, and yarn will be provided. Space is limited, so please sign up by stopping by the branch or calling us at 318-687-6824.
Participants will discuss and share recipes. We will go over how to do a budget meal under $10.00. We will also discuss and review holiday cookbooks in the library.
Teens are invited to create and learn through experimentation under the STEAM (science, technology, engineering and math) umbrella.
Let's end the cycle of domestic violence. Join us for our Domestic Violence and Mental Health Fair Awareness program featuring Kimberly Danforth Conley from Project Celebration Inc. Let's work together developing more empathy for others and more self-compassion for yourself! Ages: 19+
Use your creative engine to design and build your imagination!
The Oil City branch library will start a Teen Book Club today with picking officer's and one book, join us for a fun filled afternoon