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Kid & Family Programs

Summer Reading Program: A Universe of Stories
Saturday, May 18 (All day) to Friday, August 9 (All day)


Join our Summer Reading Program!

 

A Huge Thank You to our Summer Reading Prize Donors. Your Generosity is Out of This World!

A&W Partners -- WindsorCasey's General StoreCulver's -- DeForestDeForest Area School DistrictDeForest Hometown Pharmacyi9 SportsJump Around GymnasticsKaren "The Cake Lady"Pizza Hut -- DeForestThe Nail Bar Nail SalonVillage of DeForest

Scientific Discoveries: Working with NASA | Monday, July 22 - 1:00pm | Community Room


Come meet Payton Kelly-Van Domelen, who has created and sent experiments into space with NASA.

Teenage scientist Payton Kelly-Van Domelen has sent several experiments into space with NASA. She will share information about the Cubes in Space Program, how kids can get involved, and her own experiences with the program.

Cubes in SpaceTM, a program by idoodledu inc., is the only global competition, offered at no cost, for students 11-18 years of age to design and propose experiments to launch into space or a near space environment on a NASA sounding rocket and zero-pressure scientific balloon.

Cubes in Space is an idoodledu inc., program in collaboration with NASA Goddard Space Flight Center's Wallops Flight Facility, NASA Langley Research Center, and the Colorado Space Grant Consortium.

Exploratory | Monday, July 22 - 6:00pm | Children's Room


Magnifying Glass

Exploratories are family activity times for pre-school and elementary school-aged children and their families held in the library children's room. Join in the fun!

Time for Bed! | Monday, July 22 - 7:30pm | Children's Room


Monday evenings from 7:30 – 7:40 p.m.

Wear your jammies, bring in a blanket and snuggle in for a bedtime story or two.

Concert at the Park: Tony Rocker, Elvis Tribute Artist | Tuesday, July 23 - 6:30pm | Fireman's Park in DeForest


Re-live your memories & the music of Elvis Presley "the King of Rock and Roll"!

Rain location: DeForest High School PAC

Thanks to Our Generous Sponsors:

  • Anonymous Music Lover 1
  • Anonymous Music Lover 2
  • DMB Community Bank
  • Paulson Development
  • Bakke Chiropractic Clinic
  • Drs. Meredith and Gregg Bakke
  • Essential Family Vision
  • Friends of the Library
  • Parkside Village
  • REG Madison
  • Fountainhead Homes
  • LINKages Committee

Survival Skills: Sewing Machine Basics | Wednesday, July 24 - 1:00pm | Classroom - Lower Level


Join Ms. Louise for a course on Sewing Macing Basics. This course is offered twice in one day, you only need to attend one.

READ to Honey - Registration Required | Wednesday, July 24 - 4:00pm | Children's Room


honey

Sign-up for a 10 minute opportunity to read to Honey.

Siblings can sign up for one time slot if they wish to read to Honey at the same time. 

A permission slip will need to be signed when you arrive. Drop-ins will be accepted on a first come first served basis, after all registered readers.

Survival Skills: Sewing Machine Basics | Wednesday, July 24 - 6:00pm | Classroom - Lower Level


Join Ms. Louise for a course on Sewing Macing Basics. This course is offered twice in one day, you only need to attend one.

Exploratory | Thursday, July 25 - 6:00pm | Children's Room


Magnifying Glass

Exploratories are family activity times for pre-school and elementary school-aged children and their families held in the library children's room. Join in the fun!

Alternate Universes: Professor Venom | Monday, July 29 - 1:00pm | Community Room


A variety of creatures exist out there in the universe. Professor Venom will teach us about the creatures and ask for participation from those brave enough.

Exploratory | Monday, July 29 - 6:00pm | Children's Room


Magnifying Glass

Exploratories are family activity times for pre-school and elementary school-aged children and their families held in the library children's room. Join in the fun!

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