Make a family memory at the library—and leave the mess to us! The library supplies graham crackers and frosting for you to build gingerbread houses! Bring your own candies to accessorize and decorate the structure. Playclothes encouraged. Finished houses may be taken home or submitted to Youth Services for a cheery display.
2016 is proving to be a highly divisive year in national and local news. The Library is proud to be Open to All, a place of unity no matter what is going on in the wider world. This fall, we are reaching out to actively build unity through the Together Oakwood Project! The Library wants to hear from you about all that you love best about Oakwood—its heroes, its characters, its traditions, its goodness. What brings us together and makes us a better Oakwood? Let’s tell that story!
Create using a variety of mediums—drama, story, literature, and crafts. We’ll also record short pieces using Vine. Grades 4-6.
Celebrate Rosh Hashanah with storytelling, crafts, and snacks, led by Rochel Simon! This storytime is pajama-friendly, and makes for a great wind-down evening activity for your preschoolers and early elementary kiddos.