Kids and Teens Summer reading programs prove to be a hit, visiting scientists, Brown Bag Science, Deconstruction and Rocket Building is just a small sampling of our July calendar.
Just LOOK at all the fun we’re having at the Library this Summer! Science based programs galore!! Robotic Legos, Scientist Longbeard, Deconstruction, and for the younger group we’ve added “Music with Meg” storytime. July 2014 SR Calendar Kids calendar of programs, some you need to register for in advance.
Learn about “Soda Fountains in Kansas.” We will meet at the Old Depot Museum at 7 pm on Tuesday, June 10th. Learn about the historical significance and see a real local soda fountain on display at the Old Depot Museum. All ages, children must be accompanied by adults, refreshments served. Brought to you by Kansas Humanities and Summer Reading for Adults, Cindy Higgins will be our speaker.
Theme this year has a Science Flair, for children it’s Fizz, Boom, Read!, for teens it’s Spark a Reaction! and for Adults it’s Literary Elements.
Lots of neat prizes to win, Programs to attend and field trips to partake.Many programs require Registration and some fill up fast.
Adult calendar, Children’s and Teens calendars are listed below:
Summer Reading has launched! Parking lot events until 3pm. Come get signed up for Summer Reading for Kids, Teens and for Adults!
In response to feedback received on eNgage Ottawa, the City of Ottawa developed an all in one community calendar/website: WhatsUpOttawaKS.com: http://www.whatsupottawaks.
This Calendar can be found anytime on our website, look on the right hand side and click the Calendar or look under Community Calendar page on the left side of our website.
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We have added a Keurig Beverage machine to the library in the recent months. It will make a cup of coffee in many flavors, tea or hot chocolate. It is usually downstairs next to the Opac computer (where you can look up books and materials) sometimes you will find it upstairs in the Reference department.
It costs only a dollar per cup (much less expensive than getting a coffee anywhere else). You are free to enjoy a cup while you sit and read in our comfy chairs or use the library tables. We prohibit use at the public computer stations.
Please welcome Dominique Sanders tonight as our entertainer for America’s Music. Tonight, Wed. April 16th, from 6-8pm is our last program in the series that teaches us how music changed our history. This program will be held at Ottawa University in the Fredrickson Chapel, we will view a short film, have live entertainment and be led in discussion by OU Jazz Director, Todd Wilkinson.
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