Calling all space-crazy kids! In our special Hoopla eBook, A is for Astronaut, retired astronaut Clayton Anderson takes readers on an A to Z flight through the alphabet from astronaut and blastoff to spacewalk and Zulu Time. Topics cover the history of NASA, science, and practical aspects of being an astronaut using fun poems for each letter paired with longer expository text in the sidebars. Perfect for science buffs, budding astronauts, and astronomy lovers of all ages. Thanks to Hoopla, the book includes read along audio. Read the book and then ZOOM in to our virtual book club. We will do some virtual games, read from the book, and more! Register and receive more fun activities to do leading up to the book club, as well as the Zoom link!Click here to download and read A is for Astronaut from Hoopla!
Storytime with Miss Edith will begin at 10:30am on the CDL facebook page (@ChelseaDistrictLibrary). Storytime live will feature stories, songs, puppets and more! Tune in on time and Miss Edith will be sure to include your name in the welcome song!
Join us on Zoom for this virtual program! Be sure to enter a valid email address in order to receive the Zoom link the day of the program.Interested in martial arts? Now is the time to see what it’s all about! Join Master Dan Rightner, owner of Chelsea ATA Martial Arts, for this introductory class suitable for kids of all ages. Learn basic self-defense techniques, along with how martial arts can impact everyday life skills!
Join us on Zoom for a virtual storytime and yoga practice! Please enter a valid email address when registering in order to receive the Zoom link the day of the program.Find your inner zen! Miss Chris from Breathe Yoga will share a story and lead participants in a playful, interactive yoga practice. Stretch, relax, and have fun exploring movement and stories in a new way!
Share your amazing LEGO creations all summer long! Twice a month, we’ll put up a special post on CDL’s Facebook page. Comment on the post with a picture of your LEGO builds and see what others have been making, too! Each date will have a challenge, or you can build whatever inspires you that week.
June 15 — Build a LEGO creation inspired by the Summer Reading theme, “Imagine Your Story.”June 29 — Explore your yard or a nearby trail, and build something you discovered outside.July 6 — Create your best attempt at a magical, mythical creature, like a dragon, gryphon, or mermaid.July 20 — Build your ideal library! Will there be a comfy window seat for lots of reading, or more room for books?