Archive for 02/2022
It's time for a new edition of Tween Take N' Make!
Starting on Friday, February 18th, stop by the Youth Services desk on the second floor of DPPL to pick up a kit (while supplies last!)
Then use the materials to do the project we show you step-by-step in the video.
Grade 4 and up.
This time, you'll learn how to assemble a flower pot resembling Grogu -- that is, Baby Yoda!
The Readers’ Services team is so excited to announce the theme for our 2022 Winter Reading initiative...The Read Less Traveled!
What does that mean?
A “read less traveled” is a book that transports you to a new place, country, or culture.
Reading translated works and international authors is a great way to learn about other cultures—and maybe even discover a favorite new author.
We can’t wait to hear about the new books and authors you discover!
So, how can you participate?
Explore the many programs, events, craft kits and other special offerings for Adults, Teens and Kids at the library this month.
Find something for everyone, both in person and virtual, in the eForward Monthly Newsletter.
Here's what DPPL staff is reading this month, and suggest you do as well!