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Kids' Events Highlights 


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Polar Bear Craft
Young crafters can come in to the Children’s Room and create a Polar Bear Thermometer on Saturday, December 3rd at 11:00 AM. Sign up for this craft to create this fun and festive friend. The weather may be frightful, but these crafts are delightful! Come in and explore the possibilities!




paintbrushArt Club
One Monday Night Monthly 
December 5th — 6:00 PM

Feeling creative?  Sign up monthly to join us as we make arts and crafts to take home and to decorate the library! Past activities included bean mosaics, snowflake window clings, landscape painting, sock puppets and more!
(Ages 8 and up)



Drop-In Storytime
One Friday Monthly,
December 9th at 11:00 AM
Join us for a special drop in storytimes for Ages 2-5. This engaging early literacy opportunity presents thematic books, silly songs, rhymes, movement activities, and a special craft! Each storytime allows children and care givers to actively engage with each other, other children, stories and build new skills. Stop by for this time of songs and stories where no registration is required.  (Ages 2-5)



Odessa Again


Junior Book Club
One Monday Night Monthly—6:00-7:00 PM

We will meet on December 12th to discuss Odessa Again by Dana Reinhardt. Pick up books at the Circulation desk and join us! (Ages 8-12)

When nine-year-old Odessa Green-Light stomps out her frustration at being sent to her room after shoving her annoying little brother, one particularly big stomp sends Odessa flying through the floorboards and mysteriously she lands 24 hours back in time.



We Create Wednesdays
One Wednesday Night Monthlysnowflakes

Art projects, paint, and creativity oh my! Join the children’s room for monthly drop in crafting sessions! Join us Wednesday, December 14th from 4:00-7:00 PM for SNOWFLAKE ART. Families are welcome to come in for these crafting adventures. (Ages 3-12)

It's National Novel Writing Month and Lincoln Library is here to help young writers ages 10-18 get started! We believe stories matter and want to help you get yours out there. Can you write 50,000 words in 30 days? Take the challenge and join us for NaNoWriMo events all throughout the month.

Weekly check-ins and programs will continue throughout the month of November, with a finale event  Wednesday, November 30th. 
A limited number of laptops will also be available for those unable to bring their own. Those interested can call the children’s desk at 401-333-2422 ext. 15, or the reference desk at 401-333-2422 ext. 17.
We're meeting on November 7th, 15th, 21st, and the 30th from 2:00-4:00 PM in the Program Room.


Check Out the Children's Blog
The Children’s Room has started a new blog for book reviews by you! Go to and post your review today. It’s also a great place to go to get some ideas on what to read!


Saturdays 12:00-4:00 PM  
(11/26, 12/10)
Wednesdays 4:00-7:00 PM (12/21)
Friday 12:00-4:00 PM (12/23)

The Library’s Duplos and Legos are available for your creative use and to try out our weekly challenges! Build, create, destroy , and start again! Check it out!
(Ages 3-12)

Unless otherwise noted, registration opens 2 weeks before each event. Please call the Children's Room at 333-2422, ext. 15 to reserve a spot.






The TumbleBook Library now offers a selection of graphic novels,
including Geronimo Stilton and Nancy Drew! There's also picture books, chapter books,
read-a-longs, and much more. Check it out!






The Lincoln Public Library subscribes to the TumbleBookLibrary, an online collection of animated, talking picture books. Check them out!


Tumblr Blog
The Lincoln Public Library is now blogging on Tumblr! Check it out! tumblr





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