STAY-CATION EVENTS CONTINUED FROM LAST WEEK: We have a variety of school vacation week activities planned. Please register for all events in advance to avoid disappointment.
WEDNESDAY MAR 1: Snap Circuits: (Grades 2-5 at 1:00pm)-- With these projects, children will experiment with things like electric switches, integrated circuits, digital circuits, fuses, and the transformation of circuit sounds into other sounds. The lab will give kids opportunity to build in step by step fashion with the help of the facilitator.
Make Your Own Cheeseburger Pizza: (Grades K-6 at 4:30pm)-- Do you love hamburgers, or cheeseburgers? Would you like to learn how to make a pizza taste like your favorite burger? Roll your sleeves up and get creative making your own pizza you can take home to cook for dinner.
Don't like burgers? Make yours plain cheese! Or choose from the toppings provided and create your own recipe. (Please notify us of any allergies or dietary restrictions ahead of time.)
Tween Book Discussion: (Grades 5-7 at 6:30pm)-- Refreshments, questions, and answers all are served. The book of the month is ‘Stargirl’ by Jerry Spinelli. Pick up a copy ASAP at either desk.
THURSDAY MAR 2: Creative Young Artists: (Ages 3-13 between 12:30pm and 4:00pm)-- It's time to get creative! Join us at three stations using various art mediums and tools to create, draw, and sculpt. Come for a little time or stay for a while, feel free to drop in between 12:30 and 4:00.
Girls Who Code: (Grades 6-12 at 2:30-4:30pm)-- Girls Who Code is a nonprofit organization that teaches girls computer science and programming concepts. This is a weekly meeting for girls who are already preregistered.
FRIDAY MAR 3: Sea Adventures: (Ages 3-11 between 10:30am and 2:30pm)-- Drop in on our day of marine fun! Explore and touch the 'sea', create an ocean scene to take home, and read books about your favorite sea creature. Come early or later and stay for a little or a long time.
ZUMBA for kids: (Ages 4-14 at 5:00pm)-- Zumba®Kids classes feature kid-friendly routines. Learn easy steps, play games, activities & explore language & cultural elements exposed in the music. Be ready for a great workout and a lot of fun! (Ambitious parents are welcome to join their kids.)
SONGS OF EMIGRATION: Storytelling Through Traditional Irish Music: Join us for a toe-tapping evening of traditional Irish music and storytelling with Jordan Tirrell-Wysocki.
Through traditional music Jordan Tirrell-Wysocki relays some of the adventures, misadventures, and emotions experienced by Irish emigrants. Jordan will discuss the historical context of these songs, interspersing their stories with tunes from Ireland that made their way into New England’s musical repertoire, played on his fiddle or guitar.
Jordan Tirrell-Wysocki is an award-winning fiddler who grew up playing dances and folk festivals around New England. His lifelong passion for history helps bring to life the traditional music around which he built his career.
Open to the public, this program is made possible by a grant from the NH Humanities Council and the Friends of the Kimball Library. Join us on Monday, March 6th, at 6:30pm. Be prepared to hum along!
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