By JESSICA FLORES
Communications Specialist, Nappanee Public Library
The Nappanee Public Library Lego Club will meet next on Thursday, Nov. 20. Kids ages five and up are invited to take part in age-group-appropriate challenges and free building time on the third Thursday of every month during the school year at the Library from 6:30 p.m. – 8 p.m. This month’s building challenge is “In My House.”
No registration is required, and parents are welcome to stay and participate. Children under eight must be accompanied by an adult, and all materials will be provided.
For more information, call the Library at (574) 773-7919, or go to www.nappaneelibrary.org.
The Super Science Saturday Club continues its 2014-15 season at the Nappanee Public Library with “Microwave Science” in November. Kids will learn about the science of microwaves with “changing chip bags” and an eerie light show on Nov. 22.
The fun begins at 10 a.m. and continues through 11 a.m.
This program for curious kids in grades first through fifth is led by Nappanee Public Library Volunteer, Jim Myers, and meets at the Nappanee Public Library monthly during the school year.
Space is limited. Register by noon on Tuesday, Nov. 18, by calling the library or visiting its website.
Eudora Welty once said “Listening children know stories are there. When their elders sit and begin, children are just waiting and hoping for one to come out, like a mouse from its hole.”
Listening children of all ages are invited to a new series of family story times at the Nappanee Public Library on Tuesday afternoons from 4 p.m. to 5 p.m. The fall session of Tuesday Tales is now underway. Library staff and special guest storytellers will share a variety of enchanting classic and modern stories through the end of the year.
Weaver, Mary Ann Winters, will read “Weaving the Rainbow,” by George Ella Lyon, on Nov. 11. Learn about how her loom works and see and feel a variety of wools. The children’s librarian will share a twist on a traditional tale with “I Know an Old Lady Who Swallowed a Pie,” by Alison Jackson, on Nov. 25. Additional books may be read based on the audience. No registration is required.
For more information, call the Nappanee Public Library or visit its website.
Learn about Felicity, a Colonial American Girl, as you make a simple cross-stitch project at the next meeting of the American Girls Club at the Nappanee Public Library on Tuesday, Nov. 25.
Girls in first and second grade will meet from 6 p.m. to 7 p.m., and those in third through fifth grade will meet from 7 p.m. to 8 p.m.
The American Girls Club meets once a month at the library during the school year to learn about girls in American history and share other activities such as themed parties, and community service projects. Activities are planned for girls in grades one through five.
Space is limited. Register by Tuesday, Nov. 18, by calling the library or visiting its website.