May 172015
 

Upcoming Events at Wheeler Library

Tomato plants

  FullSizeRenderWe still have some fabulous GMO free, organically grown tomato plants available. Upstairs at the library.




 

timyDrone Demonstration and Talk with North Stonington resident Tim Yakaitis Thursday, May 21st on the library lawn. 6:30 for demo. Free and open to all.

 

 

 

Story Time —Wednesdays at 10:30 –Now that the weather is nicer we will be having story time at the playground on Rocky Hollow Road. Wear play clothes to be prepared for some of the messier sensory boxes. Pack your sunscreen and snacks. Same story time, new place, weather permitting.

 

Music and Movement — Fridays at 10:30 —A casual circle time geared toward your moving toddlers, but enjoyed by all ages. We start with a simple stretch (complete with animal noises), then sing songs using sign language or gestures, use the egg shakers, rhythm sticks, and scarves with fun rhymes and songs. We dance and march, hop and tip-toe. A fun way to help your little one find his or her rhythm.

Tinkering Tuesdays – A Makerspace Program at Wheeler Library. Makerspace programs give kids an opportunity to experiment and explore with a wide variety of projects and materials. It might be electronics, paper, recycled cardboard, knitting, sewing or cooking. If youunnamedalready like making your own or want to try something new, come discover building and creating. Ages 8 to 14.  $15 fee provides participants with a basic toolkit (fee optional).  Tuesdays in May. 3:00 to 4:30. Drop in anytime.






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Movie NightPaddingtonFriday, May 22nd at 7:30. Free and open to all. Bring a comfy seat and something to drink – we’ll supply the popcorn courtesy of Regal Cinemas.

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