For the November 24th Virtual Story Time, Miss Amanda reads “The Thankful Book” by Todd Parr!
The Vermillion Public Library will be closed starting on Wednesday, November 25th at 5:00 pm, until Saturday, November 28th at 10:00 am.
Miss Amanda reads “Ten on a Twig” by Lo Cole.
Learn how to make a colorful basket of your very own! Free take-home kits will be available at the Vermillion Public Library while supplies last.
- Paper plate
- Template for cutting slits
- Template for felt circle
- Piece of felt
- also need scissors & glue
Learn how to make a recycled book turkey! A few free take home kits will be available at the Vermillion Public Library, while supplies last.
- 1 hardcover book
- 1 cardstock turkey head
- Scissors or x-acto knife
- Hot glue gun (or regular Elmer’s glue if you’re patient)
Miss Amanda reads “Head to Toe” by Eric Carle. We are celebrating Children’s Book Week with a Story Time with some extra special library faces!
Also, stop by the library to pick up a take ‘n make kit for Story Time aged children to go along with this story time. These take home kits can be picked up inside the door with the curbside pick up books. Supplies are limited.
The Book Hunt begins today! Stop by the library and pick up a game sheet, or download and print one out here. They can also be picked up from various locations around downtown. Fill out this game sheet by traveling around downtown Vermillion and looking for children’s book covers! Mark where you found the corresponding book on the game sheet, and turn it in to the library by November 16th to be entered to win a prize! The whole card does not need to be filled out, but every five correct answers does give you an extra entry into the contest! Celebrate #BookWeek2020 with the Vermillion Public Library!
The recording of the Zoom session with Dr. Christine Stewart with the South Dakota Humanities Council. Dr. Stewart discusses writing memoirs, and runs through several exercises with the participants. Recorded Friday, November 6th, 2020. Brought to you by the Edith B. Siegrist Vermillion Public Library and the South Dakota Humanities Council.
Join in on this Community Flag Project, courtesy of USD Galleries and the Vermillion Cultural Association’s ‘Imagining Community’ series. The design challenge begins now. Create YOUR flag!
To participate, pick up a kit from the south entrance of the Vermillion Public Library. Use your imagination and the enclosed guide to design your flag. Share your design with the Vermillion Cultural Association via email or social media. Mark your calendars for Spring 2021, when the VCA will be collecting the flags for a community exhibition!
Miss Amanda reads “Jabari Tries” by Gaia Cornwall.