Have you checked out IndieFlix? It’s easy to use, filled with fantastic films, and it’s free!
Just visit the library’s website to get started:
1. Click on ‘Resources’ at the top menu bar
2. Scroll down drop-down menu to click on ‘eResources’
3. On this page, scroll down and click on the IndieFlix name
4. A new page will open – follow the prompts under ‘Create a New Account’ in the upper right of your screen
5. From here, browse the thousands of films available, and stream instantly!
Don’t miss your chance to participate in a wonderful hands-on Cyanotype workshop with photographer John Banasiak, this Saturday, August 15th from 2-4 pm. Space is limited so call or stop by our Circulation Desk to reserve your spot.
It’s hard to believe, but it’s true. After today, there are only 2 more full weeks of the 2015 Summer Reading Program. Two more entertainers (Indiana Bones on Friday, June 17th and the Zooman on Monday, July 20th), 2 more superhero movies, 2 more LEGO clubs, science clubs, coding clubs, and all the rest of it. Catch it while you can! And don’t forget to turn in your reading logs for chances at fun prizes when it’s all over.
That goes for you adult readers, too!
is T. Wilson King! Scheduled to perform in less than an hour – T will bring songs and stories to the Kozak Community Room at 1 pm. Be there or be square!
Head on over the SD Titles to Go, and sign in with your patron bar code and password to access a free season of Sesame Street streaming videos!
Find them by clicking on ‘Resources’ on our menu bar, then scrolling down to eResources. Once that page opens, find and click on the link for Overdrive. On Overdrive’s page you will find the videos by going to Featured Collections at the top of the page and clicking >> Streaming Videos!
Don’t miss our special performer presentation today at 1 pm – Magician Jeff Quinn will be here to surprise the masses!
Weekly events for K-5th graders:
Science Club – Mondays 11-12 pm
Entertainers – Mondays 1 pm, All ages welcome
Movietime – Tuesdays 1-3 pm
Lego Club – Wednesdays 10:30-11:30 am
Art Club – Wednesdays 1 -2 pm
Robotics Club – Thursdays 10:30-11:30 am
Coding Club – Thursdays 1 -2 pm
Most events take place in the Kozak Community Room. Snacks provided during most events.
Weekly events for Teens:
STEAMpunks– Wednesdays 10-11 am
VEX IQ Robotics Club – Thursdays 1- 2 pm
Events take place in the Teen Room. Snacks provided during most events.
The ‘Local Heros’ Kick-Off Party for the 2015 Summer Reading Program is here – Monday, June 1st, from 1 – 3 pm!
Local heroes such as Vermillion Police, Fire Department and EMTs will be on hand in the parking lot from 1-2 pm, and the party will commence inside from 2-3 pm. Superhero games, crafts, photo booth, snacks and more. While you’re here, you can pick up your program calendar and reading log.
The Summer Reading Program, which takes place during the months of June and July, includes things like costume creation, group games, physical challenges, LEGO robotics, creative projects, science and engineering challenges, and much, much more.
The 2015 Summer Reading Program, Every Hero Has a Story, is open to young people, preschool through young-adult, with programs, prize drawings, storytimes, reading clubs, and more. Families are invited to join the Read-to-Me program; adults are encouraged to register for the “Escape the Ordinary” adult reading program, with prize drawings available. All programs are free of charge. The schedule of events and registration is available at the Summer Reading Program link, above or to the right.
visits the EBSVPl next Wednesday for our May Artists & Authors presentation, May 6th at 7 pm.
Paula Bosco Damon is an award-winning writer whose works have won numerous honors, including First-Place in National Federation of Press Women, South Dakota Press Women and Iowa Press Women writing competitions. Her stories breathe life into mundane day-to-day experiences and skillfully deconstruct some of the most complex life-altering moments into a language and narrative with universal appeal. Her work has been described as thought-provoking, whimsical, comical, lyrical and entertaining. Paula writes a weekly column for the Vermillion Plain Talk and the Carroll Times Herald titled “My Story. Your Story.” A popular keynote speaker, Paula has conducted readings of her work to audiences in New York, Pennsylvania, Iowa, Nebraska and South Dakota.
Free and open to the public.