September Book Bingo

September Book Bingo

September Book Bingo

Crayons

It’s book bingo! We have bingo pages available at the library. This month’s theme is “Crayons.” Read enough books that fit the challenges on the bingo paper to get a bingo, bring in your completed card, and get a prize. There is a bingo board for ages 11 and younger and another for ages 12 and older.

Instructions:

Step 1: Read the challenges and pick a bingo line that most appeals to you.

Step 2: Read a book that completes a challenge. Read another. And another.

Step 3: When you are able to cross off 5 squares in a row on the board, bring your sheet into the
Circulation Desk for a prize and an entry in our monthly drawing. We will have a separate
drawing for each age group.

Step 4: Keep reading! You can get as many prizes and entries as there are bingos on the board.
The game ends on the last day of the month.

Teen Craft: Tea Light Planets

These tea light planets are really easy and fun to make! You will need:   a ping pong ball a tea light acrylic paints a paper plate/painting surface an exacto knife/scissors (if you didn't get a kit; we made the hole for you)

Teen Activities April 18-30th

Teen Anime Club: My Hero Academia Season 5 Monday, April 19th at 4:30 p.m. in the Community Room. This month, we'll watch and chat about the new episodes in My Hero Academia Season 5. Madison BiblioManiacs: Historical Fiction Monday April 26th, 4:30-5:30 pm in the...

Kid and Tween STEAM: Hot Air Balloon Art

Try your hand at cut paper art and play with perspective with this hot air balloon art craft! Things you will need include: Scissors Glue stick Something round to trace a circle from (such as a cup) Markers Paper for the sky, grass/trees, balloon basket, and clouds 6...

Pom Pom Bunnies Craft

Learn how to make these adorable pom pom bunnies! You will need the following supplies: yarn (about 30 yards for the big pom pom and 25 for the small) felt scraps of the same color pom pom of the same color 3x3" square of pink felt a pony bead googly eyes 1 foot of...

Teen Activities for April 1-17

Our first teen craft take n’ go kit for April will be pom pom bunnies, available starting Thursday, April 1st. Instructions will be available on our website and our YouTube channel. Monday, April 5th at 4:00 p.m. in the Community Room.   Have a say in what goes on at...

April Adult Activities

Come join your fellow community members on Thursday, April 15th at 6:30 p.m. for a lively discussion of both classic works and modern masterpieces.    Our book for April is The Enchanted April by Elizabeth Von Arnim: A recipe for happiness: four women, one...

April Kid and Tween Activities

Come to our Mother Daughter Book Club meeting on Thursday, April 1st at 6:30- 7:30 p.m.! This month we're talking about Tuesdays at the Castle by Jessica Day George. This month for Books for Boys we're reading and discussing Fablehaven by Brandon Mull. Join us on...

Library Appreciation Week: Potatoes and Peeps

Library Appreciation Week is on its way, and we've got some great things planned. Peeps Diorama Contest! Submit a book-themed potato and Peeps diorama by 5 p.m. April 2 to be considered for a prize. Potatoes and Peelers During Library Appreciation Week (April 4-10),...

Kid and Tween STEAM: Bottle Experiments with Light Refraction

Experiment with light refraction! Things you will need include: drawing utensils a glass jar paper cardboard

Teen Craft: Mosaic Stash Boxes

Try making these mosaic boxes to stash your stuff. You will need the following supplies: box tissue paper 1-2 DVDs to cut up Modge Podge or other craft glue Paintbrush

Teen Wii Gaming Competition

Teen Wii Gaming Competition

” Bring your friends and see who will be the champion at Just Dance, Super Smash Brothers, Mario Cart, and a whole lot more!

Thursday, January 31st, 4:00- 5:00 p.m.

Madison Library District Community Room

Snacks included! For teens ages 12-18

 

Join Us for a Winter Retreat!

Join Us for a Winter Retreat!

Friday, December 28

1:00 to 5:00 PM

Christmas is over. You got caught up on all the dish washing. You made the returns and exchanges. Now it’s time for some low key relaxation. We’ll have a stop by or hang out all day event on Friday without pressure or expectations. We’ll have table dedicated to anyone who would like to just sit and visit and work on a stitching project or perhaps color. We’ll have a table with a jigsaw puzzle. Maybe two, one for the big people and one for the smaller folk. We’ll have a table with book art folding supplies. We’ll have a table with simple journals that you can take as is or add a few embellishments. We might have some mellow munchies. Nothing fancy. Nothing extravagant. Just a pleasant afternoon’s worth of possibilities. Hope you’ll come by.
For all ages!
We are starting a Teen Book Club

We are starting a Teen Book Club

New Teen Book Club

Kick – Off Meeting

Monday, September 10th

4:00 – 5:00 PM

Community Room

 

Books! Food! Games!

“Any way you slice it… it’s all your choice!” Mystery, Fantasy, Graphic Novel, etc….Whatever you want to read, read it and share with the group.

 

Teen Party on Friday!

Teen Party on Friday!

Join us on Friday, April 14th, starting at 7:00 pm in the Community Room to celebrate National Library Week!’

We’ll have lots of food, games, fun and activities, including K’Nex and LEGOS!  This party is for teens ages 12 to 17.  We hope to see you there, and bring your friends!

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