Join us for creativity and imagination in action! Work individually or in teams to create the challenge. The theme will be announced at the program.All Ages
Join us for our popular holiday themed program. We will have snacks, crafts, and fun based on the popular ballet. Based on the children’s book “The Nutcracker and the Mouse King” by E.T.A. Hoffman.Ages 4-12
Come join in the holiday spirit as we welcome Signs of Christmas. The group performs carols throughout the holiday season to promote deaf/hard of hearing awareness as well as holiday cheer.
Stop in to the Youth Services Department anytime on December 3 & 4 and December 10 & 11 and make and take an ornament to give as a gift or hang on your tree!All Ages
Just before 8 a.m. on December 7th, the Imperial Japanese Navy attacked Pearl Harbor. The Japanese attack resulted in the deaths of more than 2,000 American soldiers and sailors with another 1,000 wounded. Join MSgt. Stephen Walter USMC (Ret.) and reenactor Matthew Goodman on the 75th Anniversary of that fateful day for a reenactment, a viewing of the attack, and a discussion of its consequences.
The Kindness Diaries by Leon Logothetis
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 4-4:45pm for 15 minutes of reading assistance. No registration required.
Join us for your favorite board or card game or learn a new one. All ages and skill levels are welcome.
Join us at the library for a visit with Santa Claus. Bring your cameras and take some great holiday pictures.
Every Monday check out what new mindbender we have going on. Anything from, who’s the character, what book is this from, who is the author, trivia questions and more. Check in each week and receive a sticker after you guess the mindbender puzzle. At the end of the month come in to library with all four stickers and you can collect a prize.
Lila is a therapy dog who likes for children to read to her. Therapy Dogs International, is a non-profit organization who provides visitations free of charge. Lila’s registered handler, Pat, will be with her at all times.If your child would like to come in and read with Lila for 15 minutes, please call and sign up for a spot. The times are 10:35AM-10:50, 10:50-11:05, 11:05-11:20, 11:20-1:35, & 11:35-11:50AM. This program is for children in grades K-6. Please register by calling 614-878-1301 x232
Relax from the stress of the holidays by joining us in front of the fireplace for an entertaining jigsaw puzzle to help the library community put together. Available all day, every day, through December.
Join staff and other caring crafters as we knit and crochet projects for charity. Bring your own yarn or dip into our stash.
You can use your imagination and make a gingerbread house. All supplies will be available, but please register for this program by calling 614-878-1301 ext. 602.Grades K-5
Every Monday, check out what new mindbender we have going on. Anything from who's the character, what book is this from to who is the author, trivia questions and more.
LEGO ClubJoin us in the library meeting room for creativity and imagination in action! Work individually or in teams to create the weekly challenge. The theme will be revealed at the program. For all ages.September 9October 7November 4December 2Grove City LibraryTuesdays, 4:30 p.m. – 5:30 p.m.
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.Grove City LibraryWednesdays at 10:00 and 11:00 a.m. & Thursdays at 6:30 p.m.September 10 - November 20 (No storytime Thursday, October 30)
Historical photos of Southwest Franklin County