Native American Heritage Month

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Let's Make a Dream Catcher

We will celebrate Native American Heritage Month by reading Dreamcatcher by Audrey Osofsy. Dreamcatchers were traditionally used to trap bad dreams, and let good dreams pass through. Each child will make a dreamcatcher to take home. All materials will be provided. This program is for ages 4 and older.

Native American Heritage Month Trivia Due

American Indian Heritage Month Trivia is due!Prize will be drawn by 7 p.m.

Native American Heritage Craft Night!

Learn about American Indian basket making and bead work with fun hands on crafts at Northwest One!Ages 10-19. 

Native American Heritage Month Trivia

Join us at Northwest One Library to celebrate Native American Heritage Month! Pick up a trivia sheet at the front desk and use your skills and library resources to help you discover interesting facts about Native American Tribes.Completed trivia sheets are due by Wednesday, Nov. 27.Enter for a chance to win an awesome prize!Ages 10-19.

Get Crafty! Dream Catchers

Learn about National American Indian Heritage Month and create your own dream catcher. Dream catchers originated with the Ojibwe Nation (Chippewa).Ages 12 - 19.

Teen Book Club

Looking for a good book to read this November?