Chocolympics

February 8, 2016
By Youth

Do you have a sweet tooth? Tweens can compete in some delicious chocolate-themed challenges, such as pudding Pictionary, Oreo stacking, Hershey Kiss unwrapping, M&M sorting, and bobbing for gummy worms!


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Tween Lab to start in January

January 24, 2016
By Youth

Tween Lab is a new program starting in January specifically for 9-13 year olds. Tween Lab will feature a new, exciting STEM (science, technology, engineering & math) activity each month. Projects will include learning to code, brushbots, creating stop animation videos, squishy circuits and more. This program will be held once a month, on a Thursday at 4:00.


The first meeting of Tween Lab will be Thursday, January 28th at 4:00. This month, we will be building a motorized Lego creation with help from a special guest, Bricks4Kidz. More information about Bricks4Kidz can be found on their website: www.bricks4kidz.com.


Registration is required. To register, please call the Library at (859) 238-7323. This program is intended for ages 9-13. If you have any questions, please contact Kate Prusick at kprusick@boylepublib.org.


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Melted Crayon Art

January 13, 2016
By Youth

Tweens can make a masterpiece out of melted crayons! Supplies will be provided (including hair dryers), but please call the library to sign up.


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Kids Can Ring in the New Year at the Library

December 28, 2015
By BCPL

The Library will host the 3rd Annual Happy "Noon" Year Party on Thursday, December 31st at 11:30 am in the Community Room. Families are invited to ring in the new year a little early at this fun event geared for kids in preschool through the 3rd grade. (Younger and older siblings are also welcome to attend.) We'll have a story, crafts, snacks, and a countdown to 12 noon complete with a balloon drop!


For more information about this special event please contact Kate Prusick at the Library.



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Graham Cracker Houses

December 15, 2015
By Youth

Tweens can make a traditional gingerbread house... out of graham crackers instead! Display them as a table centerpiece this holiday season and then devour them for dessert!


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