It’s STEAM Tuesday! That means LEGO Robotics Club is back with more building and coding challenges. Ages 8 & up, please. Snacks provided. Call the Circulation Desk to sign up at 677.7060.
There is never a shortage of things happening at the VPL! Here’s our list for just the rest of this week:
Thursday, February 25th
Lutheran Social Services Center for Financial Resources continues to offer free financial counseling sessions at the VPL on the 2nd & 4th Thursdays of each month, from 10-3 pm. For information, or to set up an appointment, call 800-568-2401 or email info@LssSD.org. You may also visit their website at http://www.lsssd.org/financial_services.
Afterschool Art Club for school-age youth on 2nd & 4th Thursdays, from 3:30-5 pm. Takes place in the Kozak Community Room and snacks are provided.
Friday, February 26th
Tech Hour; One-on-one technical assistance in a variety of topics, every Monday from 6:30-8 pm or Friday from 10:30 am – 12 pm. Call the Circulation Desk to set up an appointment.
Saturday, February 27th
Movement Storytime for children, ages birth & up with a caregiver at 10:15 am in the Kozak Community Room.
Art Storytime for children, ages 3 & up at 11:15 am in the Children’s Activity Room.
We’re back – for all of our children’s programming, that is. Join us for Storytimes, STEAM Tuesdays, and afterschool clubs on Thursdays. The schedule is below:
Art Storytime (4 & up):
Tuesdays: 11 am
Saturdays: 11 am
Movement Storytime (birth – 3):
Tuesdays: 10:15 am
Saturdays: 10:15 am
Register now for Spring Storytime sessions! There is no fee for these programs, but registration is required. Visit our website at vermillionpubliclibrary.org, and click on the Storytimes link, or call us at 605-677-7060. Each session is open until full (12 per class). Sessions run Jan 11 – Apr 30.
LEGO Club – 1st & 3rd Thursdays; 3:30-5 pm
Art Club – 2nd Thursdays; 3:30-5 pm
Code Club – 2nd & 4th Tuesdays; 3:30-5 pm
Robotics Club – 1st & 3rd Tuesdays; 3:30 (ages 7 & up)
An exciting new season of After School Programs begins in mid-January and continues through April 30th. These programs are open to all elementary students, K-5, but are not appropriate for preschoolers. Snacks included!
In keeping with the season of giving, the Edith B. Siegrist Public Library is pleased to share its intention to offer amnesty to patrons owing fines in the month of December, in exchange for donations of personal care items. The “Forgiving for Giving” campaign will officially kick-off during our annual Holiday Open House, on Friday, December 4th, following the Vermillion Chamber and Development Company’s Downtown Parade of Lights, at approximately 7 pm.
The “Forgiving for Giving” campaign will collect donations of full-sized personal care items that will then be distributed by the Vermillion Food Pantry and the Domestic Violence Safe Options Services during the holidays. Patrons who have accumulated overdue fees, with certain restrictions, will be able to have those fines waived in exchange for donations of much-needed items, such as diapers, toothpaste, body wash, shampoo, deodorant, disposable razors, hand soap, dish detergent, toilet paper, etc. A more detailed list, and further details about the amnesty restrictions, is available by stopping by our Circulation Desk or calling the library at 677.7060.
Holiday Open House visitors will be invited to participate in the creation of festive holiday gift bags, which will also be donated to the chosen charities. In addition, our open house features an opportunity to have pictures taken with Mr. & Mrs. Claus, a variety of holiday-themed crafts, and tasty treats and hot cocoa! It’s THE place to be after the downtown Parade of Lights and Tree-Lighting ceremony.
The Edith B. Seigrist Vermillion Public Library is located at 18 Church Street, Vermillion. Contact us by calling 677-7060, or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Edith B. Siegrist Vermillion Public Library is pleased to join forces with libraries and schools around the country to bring our community the 2015 Reading for the Record, sponsored by Jumpstart. Beginning this week, all Storytimes will read this year’s book, “Not Norman: A Goldfish Story”, written by Kelly Bennett and illustrated by Noah Z. Jones.
Jumpstart’s Read for the Record® is a global campaign which generates public support for high-quality early learning by mobilizing millions of children and adults to take part in the world’s largest shared reading experience.
It’s the first Tuesday of the month, which means it’s time for STEAM Tuesday Robotics, 3:30 – 5.
Youth in Kindergarten and up are welcome in these fun afterschool sessions of LEGO Robotics or VEX IQ Robotics. Learn about engineering and coding with these awesome and user-friendly kits. No robotics experience necessary.