Irvin L. Young Memorial Library Programs & Events – Week of February 26th through March 4th

S.H.E.L.F. Sock Drive!  The Society of House Elves Living Free (S.H.E.L.F.) has banded together at the library to host a sock drive for the Twin Oaks Shelter.  Show some love and donate new men’s, women’s, and children’s socks.  Leave donations with Dobby in the Lobby or place in your returned books!

Scientifically Ever-After

Monday, February 26th 4:00-5:30 p.m.

Help your favorite fairytale characters conquer the world with science and art.  Children age 5+ are invited to this hands-on workshop.  Solve fairytale conundrums with different STEAM activities.  No registration required.  Caregiver must be present.  Supplies are first come, first serve.

Rhyme Time

Ages Birth-3 years

Tuesday, February 27th 9:30-10:30 a.m.

Rhyme Time offers caregivers and children the perfect opportunity to engage with songs, rhymes, and simple stories.  Each 20-30 minute class period is followed by a play time.

Young Adult Advisory Council

Ages 11-18 years

Tuesday, February 27th 4:00-5:00 p.m.

Youth age 11-18 are invited to make friends, eat food, and have a positive impact within their community.  Under the direction of the Youth Educational Services Librarian, YAAC members select and review books, movies, and music for the young adult area; design and implement library programs and services for teens; and positively represent the library to their peers.  Interested teens should contact Deana Rolfsmeyer ( for an application.

Wednesday, February 28

Crime Club, 7:00 p.m.

Dr. Seuss is on the Loose!

Thursday, March 1st – Saturday, March 31st

Dr. Seuss is on the loose at the Irvin L. Young Memorial Library!  Throughout the month of March there will be Dr. Seuss related crafts and activities in the Children’s Department and the Maker Space.  Activities are open to all ages!

Growing Readers

Ages 3-5 years

Thursday, March 1st 9:30-10:30 a.m.

Growing Readers allows children and their favorite adult to engage with songs, rhymes, stories, and play.  Each session includes picture books, movement activities, and nursery rhymes.  Each 30 minute class period is followed by art or activities and a play time.

Breakfast at the Big Screen

Friday, March 2nd 10:30 a.m.

Enjoy your break from school with a movie and breakfast at the library!  In this week’s feature, a young boy programs a robot to help him save the world!  Breakfast is provided by the library.  All ages are welcome and no registration is required.

Winter Reading Program

Please note that the Winter Reading Program ends on Friday, March 2nd at 5:30.  No raffle slips will be accepted after that.

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