Some say love is a mystery. Some say love is
blind. Some say love is something you can find. All ages are invited to stop by
the Edgewater Public Libraryto solve some of love’s mysteries in this Valentine-themed escape
challenge. Registration is not required. For more information, please call
Family Fun 3:30 PM, Every Tuesday. Color, build LEGOs, and play some games with your family. Each week there will be an assortment of board games, coloring sheets, and LEGO challenges. Come have fun! All ages are welcome.
Enhance your design and development skills with game play! Construct digital platform games with Bloxels. Challenge your friends to play your creation. Will you level up in this S.T.R.E.A.M. program? For grades 6-12 only. Library staff are not responsible for the behavior and well-being of an unattended child/teen.
STREAM: Teen MakerLab Club: Zine: 4 p.m. Wednesday, January 21. Teens will create a Zine to share with friends and family. A Zine is a self-published, DIY-style "magazine" that can contain their interests, goals, writings, or anything that they would like to share about themselves with others. Ages 11-18 years old are welcome. Pre-registration is required.
Family Fun: The Grouchy Ladybug Book and Craft: 4 p.m., Thursday, January 23. Kids and their families can have fun with different crafts based on books each week throughout the month of January. All ages are welcome.
Teens can unwind and build friendships with tabletop games. Games vary from old favorites to new releases, board games to card games, and everything in between! Teens grades 6-12 only. Library staff are not responsible for the behavior and well-being of an unattended child/teen.
Teen Book Club meets once a month to discuss a book picked by our teen members. The book title for January is: This One Summer by Mariko Tamaki. Come see that book club is more than just reading books, it’s using your voice and having fun! Teen programs are for 6th-12th graders only.
Future book club titles:
February 27: The Meaning of Birds by Jaye Robin Brown
March: Geekarella by Ashley Poston
April: The Prince and the Dressmaker by Jen Wang
May: All's Faire In Middle School by Victoria Jamieson
Challenge your friends with Wii games! Develop teamwork, coordination and gameplay strategy while having fun. For teens grades 6-12 only. Library staff are not responsible for the behavior and well-being of an unattended child/teen.
Craft activities will be available in the children's room every Saturday afternoon. Stop by and use your creativity to design a unique make and take craft together. Supplies are limited. All families with children age 18 and under welcome.