Friday, July 18th at 2 pm.
Stop by tomorrow for the final day of our Dakota Players visit. The kids have been working hard with the Dakota Players all week, learning lots of fun stuff about creating characters, designing for theater, singing, dancing, etc. They’ll be putting on a simple show & tell performance for parents and the public. Come cheer them on!
This week-long residency has been generously supported by the South Dakota Arts Council, South Dakotans for the Arts, and the Board of Trustees of the Edith B. Siegrist Vermillion Public Library.
The Summer Reading Program is about to get underway on June 2nd! Register for the Summer Reading Program on the website under the Summer Reading Program tab.
The Fizz! Boom! READ! Kickoff for kids will be a Super Science Fair….June 2, 2014 anytime between 1:00 and 3:00 pm in the Kozak Community Room.
Visit with scientists, visit the displays and have some mad scientist escapades! Enjoy a snack and pick up your program bag, complete with your reading log and all the information you will need for enjoying all the events in the Summer Reading Program!
The Spark a Reaction Teen Kickoff will begin on June 2nd at
4 pm. Fun with a photo booth, mad science experiments…snacks and more! Teens can pick up their program bag at the Kickoff as well.
Enjoy a quick tour of the Edith B. Siegrist Vermillion Public Library
in this short video made by two of our teens during Teen Tech Week!
TEEN EVENT THIS SATURDAY
Saturday, May 3rd
2 – 4 pm
Kozak Community Room
Teens from 6th-12th grades are invited to join Andy Jensen, 4-H Youth Program Advisor, for an afternoon of Lego Robotics! This event is limited to 20 people and requires registration….sign up today! Call 677-7060 or stop at the Circulation Desk at the Library to register.
Learn to make a keepsake journal from a recycled book in a two-day workshop with Darla Tassler. The workshop will be held in the Kozak Community Room on the following two Saturday afternoons (October 19th and 26th) from noon to 5 pm. Books will be provided at the event.
Registration at the event is required, so call the library at 677-7060 or stop by to sign up. Class size is limited to 12 and you must be 13 years of age or older to participate! Necessary supplies, such as paper and adhesive, can be purchased at the event from the instructor, but let us know when you sign up whether you’ll be bringing your own or not. Should be great fun…hope to see you there!!
Anne Greenwood Brown
Thursday, August 22nd 7 pm Teen Room
Join us to learn about writing, murderous mermaids, Lake Superior and more! Attend the session and enter to win a copy of the book and the sequel, Deep Betrayal
Craft Project during “Minute to Win It” Early
Elementary After School Program on Monday, April 15th
There are still two more programs scheduled to help us celebrate National Library Week here at the Vermillion Public Library. Today (Tuesday, April 16th) from 3:45 to 5:00, join us for a fun-filled program for Upper Elementary kids. “The Amazing Race” will feature a scavenger hunt race through the new library to earn craft supplies for a project. Snacks will be provided.
On Thursday, April 18th from 3:45 to 5:00, a program for Teens….“So You Think You Can Dance?” will feature library trivia combined with the latest dance moves!
The Vermillion Public Library will celebrate National Library Week with some special events planned for kids of all ages. Our theme, “It’s TV Game Show Week @ Your Library” will include programs for Early Elementary, Upper Elementary and Teens. Check out the Kids Special Events and Teen pages for specific information. Each event will run after school from 3:45 to 5:00!
If you haven’t been in to visit since we’ve reopened, we’ll look forward to showing you around. Bear with us as we continue to fine tune our shelving and services.
Abby VanPeursem, one of our teens, shares why she loves the Vermillion Public Library!
Q: Can you share a time when you found something in the collection of the Vermillion Public Library that brought a fresh new insight and expanded your world view?
A: I was really excited to discover the American Girl History Books! They have helped me learn so much about people, places, and events from different time periods.
Q: What aspect or aspects of the Vermillion Public Library do you find the most valuable?
A: I think the fabulous collection of books that our Library has, and the wonderfully, helpful staff are the 2 aspects that make our Library the most valuable.
Q: If you were helping a new citizen to become familiar with Vermillion, what would you tell them about the Vermillion Public Library?
A: If a person was new to Vermillion I would tell them that our Library was the most amazing place in Vermillion!
Q: What can the staff at the Vermillion Public Library do to make your day?
A: Just being at the Library with the great staff makes my day!
Did you know the Vermillion Public Library has a Teen Book Club that meets on a monthly basis? The next book on the list is The Perks of Being A Wallflower by Stephen Chbosky. The group will meet here at the Vermillion Public Library on Sunday, January 13th at 1:00 pm. Copies of the book are available….just ask for one at the Circulation Desk!