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Wake up your mind with this program focused on STEM, which stands for Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math. Every week will focus on a new challenge or craft designed to educate as well as entertain!
Mr. Peter loves to laugh and can’t wait to share some hilarious stories with you! Each story time will end with a quick craft you can take home or do right there!
June 22 – Magician Matt Teague
June 29 – Mad Science
July 6 – Wehr Nature Center
July 13 – Live Animals with Wildlife in Need Center
July 20 – Drum Circle with Ryan Meisel
The Final Girl Support Group by Grady Hendrix
Come discuss this chilling tale of a girl who survived a massacre. After years of going to a Final Girl support group, a member goes missing and their worst fears are realized—someone knows about the group and is determined to rip their lives apart again, piece by piece.
Come join the club for Master Builders!! We’ll give you a theme, you build us a masterpiece!! A great way to express creativity, learn about teamwork, and just have fun! Legos and Mega Bloks will be provided. Hosted by Lego Club President and two-time “Lego Masters” applicant Mr. Peter! No registration required.
Get ready! We’ll be singing and dancing to some hilarious songs, as well as reading some musical inspired stories. This interactive program will get everyone up and moving!
To celebrate 125 years of the Hartland Public Library, we’ll be giving out prizes every week! Just look on our Facebook page every Friday morning for a trivia question. Come into the Library that day and answer it, and your kids will get a prize!
Ms. Sue is back with one of our most popular programs! All ages are welcome! Come create fun crafts to take home. Drop in at any time during these two hours.
What’s better than stories outside? Stories with Freezer Pops! Meet Mr. Peter at the Nixon Park Splash Pad and cool down with some of our favorite stories. Each story time will end with a free freezer pop for every kid that wants one.
Looking for a way to distress? Join us for a night of themed adult coloring. We will provide the pages, coloring utensils, and light refreshments, and you bring your creativity and sense of calm for an hour of artistic Zen.
Teen and Tween Takeover
Tuesdays at 4 pm
June 14 – Minute to Win it Games
June 21 – Books Against Humanity
June 28 – Cupcake Wars (registration required)
July 12 – Are You Smarter Than a Librarian? Trivia Game
July 19 – Mini Terrariums with Florist Liza Belisle (registration required)
July 26 – Mini Mason Jar Aquarium Craft (registration required)
Calling all kids ages 6-12! Come get “artsy” with us at the Library! We’ll make giant dragonflies, paint fireworks, and more! Dress for a mess. Registration is required as there is a limit of 16 per session. Call the Library at 262-367-3350 to register.
Join us for a new monthly cooking club focusing on beginner to intermediate recipes while learning various culinary techniques. This month we will create different skewers and kabobs that are simple yet delicious. Registration is required. Please email email@example.com to register.
The Lions of Fifth Avenue by Fiona Davis
Join us to discuss the headstrong woman who decides to takes a leap of faith and applies to the Columbia Journalism School, which cracks her perfect life wide open for new experiences. While her granddaughter, eighty years later, struggles with the family legacy and a mystery of stolen manuscripts, which could shatter her career.
It’s our official end to summer reading, so let’s have some fun! Bring a white shirt or socks and we’ll bring the rest!