Pittsville Branch Mon - Sat Sun:
Children & all ages | Pittsville Branch Library
BUILD IT! AT YOUR LIBRARY Come join us as we learn how to build fun useful cool stuff from everyday household items. Check back for more details on scheduled crafts. Registration is required. SUMMER READING KICK-OFF Come and help us Build a Better World as we kick off our 2017 Summer Reading Program. We will have food, fun, crafts and kids can sign up for the Summer Reading Program all day and learn how to take part in a summer full of fun and prizes. Drop-ins welcome. 12:00 pm Thursday | Jun. 22
1:00 pm Saturday | Aug. 5, 12, 19, 26 CRAFTERNOONS FOR KIDS MAKE A POSITIVITY SPLATTER PAINTING Learn how to make a positivity splatter painting to take home. Registration required.
10 am - 6 pm Closed
BACK TO SCHOOL DAY Parents, kids and teachers come by the branch to see what we have to offer to help your students this school year. Learn about our Homework Help Center and other resources. Snacks for everyone and a special gift for all students. Drop-ins welcome. 3:00 pm Tuesday | Aug. 29
3:00 pm Wednesday | Jul. 12
Join us as kids get to take part in hands-on projects, crafts and activities focusing on science, technology, arts and more. 1:00 pm Saturday afternoons until July 17th
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INVESTIGATION STATION: ROCKETRY WATERSHEDS AND WETLANDS Learn about the path water takes from the sky to the rivers. Explore the world of watersheds with a fun, hands-on activity and build your own wetland “sponge” to help reduce pollution. Registration required.
A special lecture by Jim Leether, bee keeper and owner of Victory Garden Apiary. We learn all about bees, their life, what threatens them, how honey is made and more. There will be a special show and tell for the entire family. Registration required.
10:00 am Tuesday | Aug. 8
4:00 pm Saturday | Jun. 24
3:00 pm Wednesday | Aug. 16
CRAFTERNOONS FOR KIDS - CLAY MOSAICS Learn how to make a beautiful clay mosaic to take home with you. Registration required.
Participants will learn about rockets and the role that NASA Wallops Flight Facility plays in learning more about space and our planet. Test different nose cone and fin shapes as you create a miniature rocket to launch at the end of the program! The NASA@ My Library project is led by the National Center for Interactive Learning at the Space Science Institute. Partners include the American Library Association (ALA) Public Programs Office, Pacific Science Center, Cornerstones of Science, and Education Development Center. NASA@ My Library is made possible through the support of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) Science Mission Directorate as part of its STEM Activation Program.
3:00 pm Tuesday | Jun. 27
Summer Reading 2017