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Many children learn best through movement. By combining movement experiences with the alphabet, children learn their letters and make literacy connections while improving their large motor skills. Children ages 3 – 7 are welcome to practice the alphabet through movement. Here are the dates for Fall 2017.
COSI will put you to the test on Monday, October 23rd at 6:30 pm. Explore “levitation” by manipulating air pressure. Use the states of matter to create flight. Learn the ingredients of a cloud by making real clouds. If you pass Superhero Training, you’ll get a chance to touch COSI’s famous Electrostatic Generator!
On Monday, October 30 at 6:30 pm, magician Gordon Russ’s haunted magic trunk will be chock-full of monster magic, spooky tricks, and hilarious horrors. Boys and ghouls will have a chance to be called upon to assist in tricks. All ages are welcome.
On Sunday, November 5th at 2:00 pm, The Cooking Caravan presents an awesome book, games, and a tasty snack to tie it all together. Eat. Educate. Entertain.
So you want to travel the universe and see the sights? Well think again. Exploding stars, bullet-like asteroids, monster black holes, high-energy radiation, and worse. On Tuesday, November 28th at 6:30 pm, join Astrophysicist Dr. Paul M. Sutter on a tour of the hazards of the cosmos that will make you reconsider leaving the safety […]
Foxes are often featured in stories, fairy tales, and art. On Monday, December 4th at 6:30 pm, Ironwood Wolves will discuss different tales, and also cover basic facts on red foxes, the most recognized fox species. A live fox will be present!
Want to learn how to operate a computer? The library offers free computer classes in Basic Computer Skills as well as an Introduction to the Internet. Check out our Events page to find a class that fits your schedule. One-on-one computer assistance is also available most days from 10 am to 2 pm in the […]
Student Cards are available for children ages 5 – 17. These cards can be obtained by a child without a parent being present. Having a student card will allow a child to check out up to 5 books and/or audio books at one time. It also allows access to computers and all electronic library content. […]
Here are the answers to the Architectural Scavenger Hunt. Take the whole family on an Architectural Scavenger Hunt. Stop in the library to pick up a form, then start on your hunt around London. Try to guess the 18 establishments within the city limits, with only seeing cropped pictures of the buildings. Every correct […]
Children are expected to have many skills before they enter kindergarten. They will be assessed in six areas: social skills, language and literacy, mathematics, science, social studies, physical well-being and motor development. Is your child ready for kindergarten? Stop in the library and ask for your copy of the Ohio Department of Education’s Kindergarten Readiness […]