Crafting on the Porch: God’s Eyes!

Come craft the traditional “God’s Eye” or “Ojo de Dios” out of yarn and popsicle sticks. This craft has a long history in Native Mexican, and later, Mexican American communities and is a fun, simple, and colorful summer craft. Masks are required, so bring yours and your adventurous spirit! Fun for all ages from six to sixty (and more)!

August 21st Food, Fun, and a Double-Feature of Super Creatures!

We’re doing double-features throughout summer on Saturday nights and August 21st will be our last one! And we’re saving the best for last!

We’ll wrap up the Summer Reading Program by handing out certificates and prizes.

We’ll play games…

We’ll do some dragon- and dinosaur-related activities…

We’ll eat some great food (hot dogs, chips, and ice cream) and…

We’ll watch two cool dragon movies:

RAYA AND THE LAST DRAGON

and

HOW TO TRAIN YOUR DRAGON

(based on the bestselling book series).

And YOU are invited, as a library patron, to get your free tickets to free food, free fun, and free movies! Come celebrate summer at your little but lively library! Contact Shannon for tickets!