Posts Tagged ‘Spring’

An Evening of Poetry

Wednesday, March 27th, 2013

Can you believe April is less than a week away?!

Join us for:

An Evening of Poetry

Tuesday, April 9th

6-7:30pm

Grades 4-8

Come read a favorite poem, original or published, and hear others being shared!

Sign up online, by phone, or at the library!

Spring Break Events

Monday, March 12th, 2012

Spring Break is right around the corner!  Join us at the WPL for some great programs that week.  Here is the lineup:

Monday, March 26 @ 11 am or 1pm

Kevin Kelly the Magician

60 minutes

Grades K-5

 

Tuesday, March 27 @ 1pm

Movie

103 minutes

Grades K and up

 

Wednesday, March 28 @1pm

Movie

90 minutes

Grades K and up

 

Thursday, March 29 @ 6:30pm

Spring Break BINGO

45 minutes

All ages

Free tickets are available at the Children’s Department desk.

Spring

Wednesday, March 23rd, 2011

Spring is in the air!  Celebrate with some books from the library!

Visit last year’s Spring and garden entries!

Also click on the subjects below to view the items in our catalog:

Spring

Spring Fiction

Spring Films

Spring Poetry

April Fool’s Day

April Fool’s Day Fiction

Gardens

Tuesday, April 13th, 2010

Spring is a great time to start a garden.  Already flowers are coming up and trees are budding.  Here are some books to inspire a green thumb.

  Cabbages and Kings

Dancers in the Garden

  The Garden of Happiness

   In the Garden: Who’s Been Here?

  Princess Chamomile’s Garden

  The Secret Garden

  The Ugly Vegetables

  The Victory Garden

  A Harvest of Color: Growing a Vegetable Garden

  Roots, Shoots, Buckets & Boots: Gardening Together with Children

Spring!

Friday, March 19th, 2010

Even though the weather is turning cold this weekend, Spring is on its way!

Here are some crafts and activities to do this upcoming season from The Crafty Crow.

Here are some fun Spring titles to read and enjoy!

   Fletcher and the Springtime Blossoms

   It’s Spring!

  Hooray for Spring!

  Spring Thaw

  Fluffy’s Spring Vacation

  North Country Spring

  Ordinary Things: Poems from a Walk in Early Spring