What do you think of when you think of waves? When asked, the children came up with concepts and words which led the way to a great hour of exploration into mechanical and electromagnetic waves.
Tie One on Day is Wednesday November 21. To celebrate, we are asked to bake a loaf of bread, wrap it in an apron and deliver it to someone in need, someone in mourning, someone who needs encouragement or maybe just because.
We thought it would be fun to have a display of aprons, old and new. We are also asking patrons to share stories and memories of aprons in their families. We’ve had a lot of fun with this display. Stop in and see for yourself! And bring an apron or story to share, if you’d like.
Our 4th~6th grade STEM scholars made a game similar to the game Operation using basic electrical circuitry. A non-complicated project that required following directions, attentiveness to details, and perseverance in following thru led to lots of satisfied smiles!
A.R.T. 1 students include children in grades 1~3, meet once a month, on the 3rd Wednesday. Sign up is required, watch Facebook for the sign up announcement each month.
The A.R.T. 2 class learned about cubism in their October class. Enjoy the short video!
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These are the entries for our 2018 contest. What a fun batch of characters we had this year! Everyone was so creative! The pictures are not in any particular order, as far as the age category they were entered in.
This is our 3rd Pumpkin Decorating Contest! It’s been a lot of fun to see the creativity in our patrons of all ages! Here are the rules:
- Pumpkins can be any size as long as they are NO BIGGER than a standard basketball.
- Pumpkin design must depict a character from a book. Think Curious George, Scarlett O’Hara, Anne of Green Gables, etc.
- Designers can use most craft supplies: paint, glitter, glue, paper, buttons, etc. PLEASE NO CARVING. The pumpkins will be on display for several days in the library. This is a decorating contest, not a carving contest.
- Your entry must have your name, age/grade, phone number and either the book or a photocopy from the book used as your design inspiration.
- Pumpkin entries can be brought to the library during regular hours Thursday October 25 through Saturday October 27. NO entries will be accepted after closing on October 27. Judging will be on Monday October 29 and winners will be announced then. All entries must be picked up by closing time, 8:00 pm, October 31st or they will be thrown away.
FOUR ENTRY CATEGORIES: Ages Pre-K~2nd grade, 3rd ~ 6th grade, 7th ~ 12th grade and, last but not least, Graduated Folk.
THE PRIZES: One prize will be offered per category for the best book/character representation.
FOR ALL CLASSES:
INSTRUCTOR: SUSAN MITCHELL
LOCATION: SENECA FREE LIBRARY COMMUNITY ROOM
REGISTER & PAY: AT SENECA FREE LIBRARY OR SENECA VARIETY
PERKS: RECEIVE 10% DISCOUNT ON FABRIC AND NOTIONS FOR THESE CLASSES AT SENECA VARIETY STORE, DOWNTOWN SENECA
You will need to bring your own sewing machine, fabric, and all notions.
Class size is limited, so don’t wait too long to decide you really want to do this!
Beginner Level will be held Thursday, November 1, from 6 – 9- PM and continues on Saturday , November 3, from 10 AM – 4 PM.
Registration fee is $30.00, fee includes the pattern.
Quilt As You Go Tree Lot Table Runner
This intermediate class is set for Thursday November 29 from 6:oo ~9:00 PM and continues on Saturday December 1 from 10:00 AM ~ 4:00 PM
The $30.oo fee includes the pattern.