Have you ever read the story If You Plant a Seed? We will read the book and plant some real seeds in a planter for you to take home and watch grow.Ages- Preschool-3rd grade.
World War I set the Central Powers against the Allied Powers in a bloody conflict that lasted four years and resulted in the deaths of more than nine million soldiers. Trench warfare, and the introduction of modern weaponry led to devastating levels of carnage and destruction. The Central Powers were defeated in November 1918, but at a terrible cost.Please join MSgt Stephen Walter USMCR (Ret) for a four-part series on the Great War and a viewing of the documentary Apocalypse: World War I.Part 1 is on April 13, Part 2 on April 20, Part 3 on May 18, and Part 4 on May 25.
Join us for your favorite board or card game or learn a new one. All ages and skill levels are welcome.
Bring your extra plant starts to share with others while getting some new plants in return. Play some gardening games, eat some snacks, and share some tips to starting off a new gardening year.
“Don’t be for a Late Very Important Date” at the library.Ages 12 and under
Step back in time at the Westland Area Library to play some classic retro video games and talk with others about everything Atari, Nintendo, Sega, and more! Children are welcome with parental supervision.
Want to join a book club for fun or to improve your reading skills but not have to read an entire book every month? Join us reading a chapter of Hoot by Carl Hiaasen each week, and meeting to practice reading, talk about what we read, and ask questions. Perfect attendance and perfect reading skills not required.
Westland High School Key Club is back for another amazing year!Let members of the Westland High School Key Club unlock your imagination in these enchanting adventures through amazing tales and spectacular stories. For ages 7 and under. No registration required.
You're invited to a special tea with the American Girls. Dolls are welcome too! Be sure to register by calling 614-875-6716, ext. 146 or stop by the youth services desk.For grades K-5
Lab Girl by Hope Jahren
Celebrate National library Week
Master Gardner Volunteers will guide children in creating a fairy/miniature garden with live plants and accessories. Space is limited to 20 participants. Ages 5-11. Please call 614-878-1301 ext. 602 to reserve your spot.
Join us for creativity and imagination in action! Work individually or in teams to create the weekly challenge. The theme will be revealed at the program.
Join us for a Star Wars Themed Program.
Max, Grove City Police Department's K9 dog will be here with Officer Kitko for stories and fun activities. They'll be sure to answer any questions you have too!
Making regular library visits is so important to your young child. There is no better way to introduce your child to a lifetime of reading fun and satisfaction than by participating in storytimes. Each program highlights great books, activities, finger plays, songs, and crafts planned and presented just for your child’s age. Please accompany your child to each program and learn how activities can be extended at home. No registration is required.
Bring in your Kindergartner-3rd grader to receive additional support with reading. Your child will be paired with a library staff member to practice reading. Stop by anytime between 6:30-7:15pm for 15 minutes of reading assistance. No registration required.
Historical photos of Southwest Franklin County