Summer Reading Programs are coming to an end!
Make sure to turn in all your drawing slips for chances to win a Grand Prize Drawing! Youth & Teen Programs end August 1 and the Adult Program ends August 5.
Go to the movies in style and for a discount thanks to CDL, TLN, an Emagine Theaters! Click here for details.
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***Non-Library Program*** A free Yoga on the Lawn class will be offered through a joint effort of the 5 Healthy Towns Foundations, Chelsea Wellness Center, and the Chelsea District Library, Saturday mornings beginning June 16th through August 18th from 10:00-11:00 to support aspects of the 5 Healthy Towns Foundation’s mission to move more and make healthy connections with others. The free yoga class will be open to community members. If there is severe weather or rain, class will be cancelled. For additional information contact Kari Goorhouse at firstname.lastname@example.org or Caitlin Burke at email@example.com.
Rock painting is not just for kids! Join us as we paint rocks in realistic designs to start a portable miniature garden. All supplies provided, but feel free to bring your own found objects. Registration required. Families welcome but children must be registered with an attending adult.
Learn Spanish this summer! Spanish teacher Cynthia Golick will help parents develop their child’s Spanish language capability at home and guide children through fun and simple language activities during this six-week class. Children must be able to attend at least five of the six classes to participate, and parents must attend the program with their child. In order for all children to participate and have a successful experience, please let us know if your child has any special needs that we can accommodate. Call Edith at 734-475-8732, ext. 213.
The Lego Club gives children the opportunity to create structures and stories! Each month, we’ll have a different construction challenge or collaborative group-build activity. Plus, we’ll have time for free play with our extensive Lego collection, and all creations will go on display around the library. We’re also bringing out the Duplos for our youngest Lego aficionados to enjoy!
In order for all children to participate and have a successful experience, please let us know if your child has any special needs that we can accommodate. Call Jessica at 734-475-8732, ext. 208.