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Gnome on a Tome

Gnorbert the Gnome is somewhere in the library reading his books. Patrons of all ages can find him, tell a staff member, and earn a piece of candy. Gnorbert moves to a new spot every Monday, so come back each week to find him!

Take-N-Make Tuesday: Bouncy Ball Kit

On Tuesday, June 22 you can pick up all the supplies you need to make your own bouncy ball, while supplies last! (Ages 3 – 17)

Mike Hemmelgarn’s Ventriloquism Show

Join us on Monday, June 28 at 6:30 pm in the City Hall auditorium as Mike and his zany puppets perform a madcap show of juggling, comedy ventriloquism, a splash of magic, and lots of audience participation! Enter through alley door. (All ages)

Macrame Braclets

HEY TEENS!! On Monday, June 28, pick up all the supplies you need to make your own Friendship Bracelet, while supplies last! (Ages 13-17)

Take-N-Make Tuesday: Sand Art Kit

On Tuesday, June 29 pick up all the supplies you need to make your own bottle of sand art, while supplies last! (Ages 3 – 17)

Book Sale

Visit the Book Nook on the first Saturday of the month from June – October for great deals on books, DVDs and more. Hours are 11:00 am – 3:00 pm.

Take-N-Make Tuesday: Stuffed Animals

On Tuesday, July 6 pick up all the supplies you need to make your own 8” stuffed animal: lion, pig, turtle, or bunny, while supplies last! (Ages 0 – 13)

Guess the Tail from the Tale

Stop in the library every week from June 1 – July 31 to see the new tail on display. Guess which book character the tail belongs to for a chance to win a stuffed animal lemur. One guess per person per week. (All ages)

Break It, Remake It: Frankentoys

ADULT SUPERVISION REQUIRED! Use old toys like action figures, stuffed animals, dolls, etc. Wear goggles to tear them apart with scissors, knives, screwdrivers, pliers, etc. Reassemble them using glue, hot glue gun, duct tape, etc. into a new Frankentoy. Bring your creation to the library for display by June 30. Entries will be displayed at […]

Googly Eye Walk

Pick up paper plates at the library or use your own. Draw black dots on them to create googly eyes. Go for a walk and find a place to display your googly eyes to make a face. Take a picture and email it to Mary Anne at mwood@mylondonlibrary.org by June 30th. Entries will then be […]