Belle Plaine Public Library Upcoming Events
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KIDS ONLNE AND MAIL OUT PROGRAMMING
Create by Mail: Clay Owls with Maureen
Registration opens 10/21 and supplies will be mailed out on 11/4
For ages 3-8 with a parent; registration required and opens 10/21. Join local artist Maureen Carlson of WeeFolk Creations and make your own adorable. Each kit will include easy-to-shape Model Magic clay, printed instructions, and a link to an instructional video by Maureen. On the "class date" we'll mail you all the supplies needed for the project and printed instructions, plus a link to video demonstration of the project. To register go online to www.scottlib.org or call your local library branch.
Create by Mail: History
Mailout date 10/21
For ages 3-8 with help from an adult. Collect some leaves, make rubbings, paint with watercolors, then make your pages into a beautiful book! Discover your own leaves, but all other supplies will be mailed to you, including crayon, watercolor paints, and punched paper & string to make your book. Register online at www.scottlib.org or by calling your local library.
Each kit will contain supplies for two books - please register ONCE for every two children in your household ages 3-8.
Some of you may be avid participants in fun bar trivia nights. But alas, social distancing means no trivia nights. In order to keep your brains well-exercised, we've decided to post a weekly trivia contest for fun. A new online trivia is posted every Tuesday. Visit our website at https://www.scottlib.org/1925/At-Home-Library to participate!
Learn about Virtual Programs in Our Newsletters
Sign for our Adult or Kids & Family newsletters to keep up with our latest virtual programs and activities. We’ll be in touch once or twice a week with our newest virtual programs and library updates. Sign up at www.scottlib.org/newsletters
SUPPORTING YOUR LIBRARY
The Belle Plaine Friends of the Library welcomes new members throughout the year. Stop by the library for more information on the group and how they support the community and library.