Spy Night @ Your Library | fat girl, reading

Spy Night: an amazing spy program for the school age. Complete with mustache disguises and laser beam mazes! ******could be done as a spider web maze btwn the benches

From Getting Giggles blog: Drive In Movies!

Drive-In Movie

The Show Me Librarian: Lost in Space! An Unprogram for School-Age Astronauts

Allow me to preface the recap of my recent Lost in Space program, inspired by an emergency program at the LaCrosse Public Library , with a .

Ally Watkins shares an easy tweens photobooth program at the YALSA blog

Planning programs that will appeal to year olds is really, really hard for me. This is the age where kids start to get busy, where they start having to balance school and extracurriculars with other things: like library time.

Libraryland: Library Olympics

This morning we held our Library Olympics program. This is something that I have done for the past three Olympics and it is always highly s.

Easing up on program prep - Tiny Tips for Library Fun

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Michelle gives us great President's Day unprogramming!

Great idea for President's Day! -- Miss Michelle @ MPL: Fun and Learning @ the Library: Homeschool Library Explorers: President's Day Activities and Craft

Fat Girl Reading | My Little Pony program

Summer is already in swing at my library. We are having great return numbers on our reading logs, we had a HUGE crowd for our kick-off show (easily over 300 people), and even our regular programs …

Neve Shushed shares Makey Makey and Brush Bot stem AND kids discovery

This summer's Maker Monday programs (for ages have included a variety of opportunities to explore and create. During a recent Monday, a gaggle of kids and teens joined us at the library to le.

Dr. Seuss party - easy peasy

The Sneetches ~ "now the star belly Sneetches had bellies with stars. The plain belly Sneetches had none upon thars"

Tiny Tips for Library Fun: Dynamic Dinosauria!*

The true story of Victorian artist Benjamin Waterhouse Hawkins, who built life-sized models of dinosaurs in the hope of educating the world about what these awe-inspiring ancient animals were like.