Use the supplies in the teen area, grab a watercolor Take and Make kit, or use your own supplies at home. Submit your artwork to be included in our Miniature Art Show through May. Artwork can be picked up at the end of the month.
The University of Dayton Department of Art and Design’s graphic design students visualized local poet Sierra Leone’s poetry to create new meanings that celebrate humanity, community, inclusivity and diversity. Featuring nearly 20 poems, the exhibit showcases “the actions of connections, imagination, learning and linking experience into tangible outcomes as the words move you through the space – literally and metaphorically.”
Join Olohana's Polynesian Dance for an afternoon of island fun. Fill your heart and mind with Aloha! Learn what the Aloha Spirit is and the basic steps of hula dance. This program may be held outside weather permitting.
Historic newspapers include a wealth of historical and genealogical information. Join us as we explore local and national online resources for historic newspapers and provide tips to maximize your research time.
Most Thursdays during the school year, come dance with your friends and share your dances with others, and learn new dances. Share the latest Tik Tok dance trend, dances from your culture, your favorite K-Pop dances - whatever you love. No dancing ability required - just a positive attitude. We'll move the furniture and project songs and videos up on the big screen.
Whether it's the pool, beach, river, or even the bathtub, learn how to be safe around water! The instructors from Goldfish Swim School will teach children and parents how to identify dangers around the water and handle water crisis situations. Stick around afterwards for a fun ocean-themed craft!
Get out of the heat and get creative - we'll have the Art Cart out and tons of craft supplies available every Monday afternoon to make anything you want! Snacks provided, and craft instructions will be available if you need inspiration or want to try something new.
Interested in family history and want to learn more about how the genealogy database Ancestry.com can aid in your research? Join us for this introductory class on the basics of Ancestry. Be sure to bring the name of an ancestor or two to search.