LANCASTER, PA, January 22, 2013: Lancaster Public Library, 125 N Duke St, Lancaster has posted its February programs for children and teens. Interested individuals should call the library at 717-394-2651 for more information or visit LancasterPublicLibrary.eventbrite.com to see all library programs.
Lapsit Storytime: Wednesdays at 10:30am (ages birth to 2 ½) A storytime for our littlest patrons with songs, fingerplays, rhymes, and stories.
Preschool Storytime: Thursdays at 10:30am (ages 2-6) Come listen to lively read-alouds for the preschool crowd.
Knitting Club: Mondays at 6pm (for ages 9 and up) Learn how to knit! We’ll supply basic materials and instruction. Participants may also bring their own projects to work on during this time. Tweens, teens, and adults welcome!
Tween & Teen Gaming: Tuesdays, Tweens (Ages 9-12) 4pm-5pm and Teens (ages 13-20) 5pm-6pm.Come hang out! We have X-box 360, Wii, and board games.
Teen Advisory Board (TAB): February 2nd at 12pm (ages 13-20) Teens: do you have great ideas for teen events, clubs, or contests? Join Teen Librarian Jess Blasko and share your ideas!
Moviemaker Club: Begins February 2nd from 1-3pm and repeats 1st and 3rd Saturdays of the month through the end of May Do you love movies? Do you want to learn more about how to make them? Join the Moviemaker Club! This season’s project will be a book trailer. Teens will have the opportunity to participate in writing, casting, filming, editing, making props, and other aspects of moviemaking. Register online athttp://lpl-movmakers.eventbrite.com.
Dungeons & Dragons: February 2nd and 16th, 1pm-4:30pm (ages 11-20) Do you enjoy adventure games where you get to play a character, search for treasure, and use teamwork to fend off monsters, evil mages, and other creatures? Join others who do as well!
Shakespeare Club: February 4th and 18th, 4pm-5:30pm (ages 11-20) Tween and teen will experience various works of Shakespeare in creative ways, making it easy to understand and fun to explore. Register online at http://lpl-speareteens.eventbrite.com.
Berenstain Bears Storytime! February 7th 10:30am Join us for a special Berenstain Bears visit including stories, crafts, and a special visit by the Berenstain Bears kids, Brother Bear and Sister Bear!
Afternoon at the Movies “WALL-E” February 8th at 2pm Join us for an afternoon screening of the Pixar film “WALL-E.” Simple snacks will be provided. Register online at http://lpl-movieafternoon.eventbrite.com.
Artism: February 9th and 23rd from 10:30am-11:30am, repeats the 2nd and 4th Saturdays of every month Join certified teacher Nora Joyce as she leads activities, crafts, and games for children on the Autism spectrum. Each craft and activity is designed to reinforce and promote social skills and knowledge. Parents and caregivers can use this time to discuss useful tools and strategies in supporting Autistic children. Spanish speakers are welcome at this program – se habla español. Register online at http://lpl-artism.eventbrite.com.
Fun with Frosting: February 13th at 2pm In this delicious program, participants will make buttercream frosting from scratch and learn how to use icing tips to create stunning cupcakes. We will experiment with colors and flavors before sampling the cupcakes ourselves! Register online at http://lpl-funfrosting.eventbrite.com.
Family Storytime: February 19th at 6:45pm.An evening program for all ages that includes stories and songs. Register online at http://lpl-familystorytime.eventbrite.com.
The Geometric Art of the Multiplication Tables: February 23rd at 1pm.Think math is boring? Think again! Join us for a fun, unique, interactive workshop that highlights how math and art can intersect. Presented by Maria Wherley and Melissa McIntyre of the Susquehanna Waldorf School. Register online at http://lpl-geoart.eventbrite.com.
Family Building Night: February 26th at 6:30pm Families can travel from station to station to use a variety of building toys to create their own masterworks.
As one of the oldest public libraries in the country, Lancaster Public Library has been providing library service in Lancaster for over 250 years and has nearly 2,000 visitors a day. Lancaster Public Library has three locations in the county including the main branch at 125 N Duke Street in the City of Lancaster, the Mountville Branch at 120 College Ave, Mountville, and the Leola Branch at 46 Hillcrest Ave, Leola. For more information about the library please visit www.lancaster.lib.pa.us.