Summer Reading

Summer Reading Finale - Ice Cream Social

With only a week before school starts, let’s celebrate our summer reading accomplishments and enjoy ice cream. 

Big City Composting with Veteran Compost

DC has more and more options for composting your kitchen scraps as a way to produce less trash and create rich mulch for your garden and house plants. Join us for a presentation by Veteran Compost about the ins and outs of managing an urban compost system and ideas for maintaining a home system.

Art Attack: Beading

Art Attack: Children can delve into a different types of art projects at Art Attack in the children's room.  On Wednesday, August 13 we will be making bead earrings and animals.

Vibrations: The Science of Sound

Musician Slim Harrison will present Vibrations: The Science of Sound, a hands-on performance experience with homemade & recycled instruments. The participants will have the opportunity to experiment with vibrations.Ages 6-12

ARRGGGHH! Pirates of the Caribbean Marathon

Come join us for a Pirates of the Caribbean movie marathon starting at 1 p.m.! 

Google Maker Camp

Francis Gregory Library is now a site for Maker Camp

Arianna Ross - Story Teller

Story Teller Arianna Ross will present the program Earth Adventure. Travel around the earth using your imagination, voice and body. Discover the many magical mysteries of this amazing earth.  Whether you swim in the ocean, hike in the mountains, play in a park or dance in a river, you can hear the earth’s special symphony singing your ears.        Ages 6- 12

Forensic Mystery Workshop

Have you ever watched an episode of Bones or CSI and wondered how the forensic scientists are able to identify someone using just a tooth? Come to the Forensic Mystery Workshop! This program is a science workshop designed to teach teens about forensic science in a hands on way. Teens will get the chance to examine a set of bones and other evidence to determine the identity of an unknown person.

Reel Readers Family Movie

Come to the library and enjoy a double feature...we will read

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