Best for Ages 6 - 10 and a Caregiver
Thursday, January 23 at 6 PM
Thursday, February 20 at 6 PM
Saturday, March 21 at 12 PM
Join us each month as we explore a different scientific
topic with the Winona State University Chemistry Club!
Thursdays in February from 4-5 PM, for ages 8-11
We'll read and discuss "A Wolf Called Wander," a thrilling story of a young wild wolf who gets separatedfrom his pack and has to find his home. Copies of the
book can be picked up starting January 27th. Please register at tinyurl.com/WPLBookworms. Copies of the book can be picked up from the Youth Services desk starting September 16th.
February 24th and March 30th at 1:30 PM
Join Nora from the Happy Dancing Turtle for nature-based fun each month! Great for ages 6 through 10.
Monday, February 24th at 1 :30 PM (No school day)
Monday, March 30th at 1 :30 PM (No school day)
Code at Home!
Try coding at home! If you missed our computer science programs this December, or you want to try some more coding at home, check out these links for Code Your Hero and An Unusual Discovery. Each activity comes with instructional videos, so you can get started right away. Instructions are available in Spanish as well.
Saturday, February 1st from 10 AM - 2 PM
This program is best suited for ages 9 and up. You'll have 20 minutes to solve the puzzles & retrieve the loot before the timer's up! Sign-ups available the day of the event, starting at 9 AM.
March 9, 1:30 PM: Sensory Art for ages 6 through 10
March 10, 10:30 AM: Storytime
Please only register for one of the following sessions
at tinyurl.com/WPLTeenTech. For ages 10-18:
March 10, 2 PM: Create a book trailer (Session 1 )
March 10, 4 PM: Create a book trailer (Session 2)
March 11, 1:30 PM: Oversized Games (Candyland,
Tic- tac- toe, Jenga, and more!)
March 12, 1:30 PM: Movie showing (Title TBD)
March 13, 10:30 AM: Storytime
March 13, 5:45 PM: After -Hours Mini Golf (Ages 10- 18)
March 5th and March 19th, 6-7 PM
Join us for this special book club where caregiver & child can read a book and participate together in a group discussion. We'll be reading "Crenshaw" by Katherine Applegate. The book is a Gr. 2-4 reading level. Copies of the book can be picked up at the Youth desk any time after February 20.
Thursdays in January at 3 PM - Great for Ages 7 through 10
Learn about a new artist each week and then work on a project inspired by their work.
We'll have a special visitor from the MN Marine Art Museum on January 16! Register at tinyurl.com/WPLArtSmarts