DuBois Public Library is beginning an exciting new environmental science series for children age 7 - 10!
When: January 23 @ 4:30 PM - Dinosaurs
Combining literature and hands-on learning, this FREE series will present major concepts in environmental science and biology that are age-appropriate. The sessions will be under the direction of Sean Petrick, a member of the library staff and a graduate of Juniata College in Environmental Information Systems, assisted by a volunteer. Parents should plan to also attend so they may continue the discussions at home, thereby optimizing the learning experience for their children.
Class sizes are limited. Please register by calling the library at 371-5930 and asking to speak with Sean. Each program will require a new registration.
Thursday Story Hours @ the Library!
- Two Year Olds: 10:00 - 10:30
- My Three and Me: 11:00 - 11:45
- Four and Fives: 2:00 - 3:00
*Come enjoy great stories, songs, finger plays, toys, music, and more! Questions? Call 371-5930 ext. 4
February 6 - March 13
April 3 - May 8
*We do not have story hours all day if there is a delay or cancellation in the DuBois Area School District.*
T is for Teen Nights @ the Library
(Our new series of events just for tweens, teens, and young adults)
Our next T is for Teen event will be on Tuesday, January 28th from 4PM to 6PM.
Paper Snowflakes, Snacks, and a Movie. We are making 3-D snowflakes and Star Wars snowflakes! Stay tuned for the Movie title! Bring a friend and snack to share.
(T is for Teen Nights is our new monthly series of events for tweens, teens, and young adults. Other upcoming events will be Video Game night, movie night, and technology events.)
Library Staff will be leading a new group to encourage local writers. Join us for our founding session and help us develop our community support group for writers. Participants do not have to be published authors, but have an interest in writing and sharing your work with others.
February 6 6:30 PM