Lester Public Library of Arpin summer learning program reaches week two
For Hub City Times
ARPIN — Many balloons filled the space from floor to ceiling for week two of the teen summer learning program at Lester Public Library of Arpin. Using rope, masking tape, and a variety of shapes and colors of balloons, the teens built a tower from the floor to the ceiling. The team of teens led by James Bauer, the library’s teen program planner, decided to draw images and write quotes on many of the balloons adding more interest to the final tower. It will be on display for a couple of weeks.
Continuing with the Build a Better World theme, close to 70 children between 3 and 13 years old at the Arpin and Vesper libraries built and painted their own tool boxes. Home Depot of Wisconsin Rapids provided the tool kits with paint, brushes, aprons, and pins. Contrary to the librarians’ expectations, very few thumbs were mistaken for nails.
July 11: University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point will present Pedal Power. The program starts at 10:30 a.m. at Kandy Kane Park in Arpin.
July 18: The Wood County Extension Office will present Build a Better Body. The program starts at 10:30 a.m. at Kandy Kane Park in Arpin.
July 24: Essential Oils, part II, will be held at the Arpin Library at 6:30 p.m. Kris Rued-Clark will facilitate the program using a roundtable format. Participants are encouraged to share their experiences and recipes with the rest of the group. There is no charge. Everyone is welcome.
July 25: An artist with a connection to the Creative Power Art Exhibit being shown at the Arpin Library from July 7 to Aug. 25 will talk about the art and what it means to him. This program will begin at 10:30 a.m. at the Arpin Library.
Call 715-652-2273 for more information.