Winter/Spring 2018 Newsletter

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Research & Learning

Homework Help

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Learning express library

Rocket languages

Walk-in Tech Help

Tues & Thurs
1:30-2:30 PM

Do you have questions about technology or your electronic device? Let the library staff help you! Come in anytime between 1:30 pm and 2:30 pm on Mondays and Thursdays to get assistance.

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National Geographic for Kids

National Geographic for KidsKids discovery the world in a way you've never seen it before. Take fun and amazing adventures in science, nature, archaeology, and space.

LEGO Club

3rd Tuesdays,   4:45 to 5:45 PM

Jan 16th, Feb 20th, Mar 20th, Apr 17th, May 15th

legosK-5th graders, we have LEGOs and we have space. Get creative and imaginative with our LEGO Makerspace.

Jan 16th  Amazing Mazes

Feb 20th  All things Presidential

Mar 20th  Catapult into Spring

Apr 17th  Barnyard Band

May 15th  100 Brick Tower

Register online or at the Circulation Desk.

Winter Reading Club

"Snuggle with a Book"

January 29th - February 28th

The prairie dog decided to visit the library before praire doghibernating for the winter! Children, birth to 12 years of age, are invited to join in his fun as he snuggles up with some good books! Read alone, together, or have someone read to you. When you’ve finished your first book, you may log your books on a paper log at the library. Finish your log and win a prize! We’ll celebrate your reading and Dr. Seuss’s birthday with tasty birthday cake and more prizes on Sunday, March 4 @ 3:00 PM. Thanks to the Library of Virginia and the Poquoson Kiwanis Club for partnering with us to bring you this super fun reading club.

1,000 Books Before Kindergarten

rainbowCalling all families of preschoolers from birth to 5 years!  The library has partnered with Poquoson Kiwanis Club to help you prepare your youngster to enter kindergarten ready to read. Accept the challenge – you can do it! Reading 1,000 books to your preschooler may sound daunting at first, but you are probably already doing it and just don’t realize it. You can set your own pace; it can be a multi-year project. One book per night for 3 years = 1,095 books.  Reading 10 books a week for 2 years will do it or double that and you’ll be finished in just 1 year! Come into the library to register and get started.


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