Create your own SUMMER adventure. HB offers a wide array of summer programming for boys and girls ages 3–21, with dozens of offerings to choose from. Visit hb.edu/summer to browse through academic, athletics, adventure, theatre, and specialty camp options to create your own one-of-a-kind experience. We offer flexible scheduling. Call 216.320.8085 for details. March 20–31 July 24–August 11 VACATION CAMPS Co-ed, Preschool – Grade 8 REGISTRATION NOW OPEN! 68 SHAKERONLINE.COM | SPRING 2017 June 12–July 20 DAY CAMPS Broad Horizons Beginner Co-ed, ages 3 & 4 Broad Horizons Girls, Kindergarten – Grade 5 Broader Horizons Girls, Grade 6 – 8 Five-Minute Poetry: I came, I read, I passed. What’s your 6-word memoir? Join in the Teen Center fun from 4-5 pm Wednesday, April 5 when everyone is a poet and poetry only takes five minutes to create! Compose a 6-word memoir, a Blackout Poem, or a Haiku. Plus starving poets get snacks! Monday Craft Club at Main Library (Ages 6-11), 4:15-5 pm Mondays, April 3, 10, and 17. Are your fingers itching to do some stitching? Can you barely show restraint when it comes to pens and paint? If you love everything crafty, come to the Library for some after-school crafting and creative fun. STEAM Programs (Grades 1-3), 4:15- 5 pm Thursdays, April 6, 27, and May 11 and 25. In this variety of exciting programs, children can explore the nature of light by creating luminous, reflective patterns. They will learn about the layers of the ocean with a fun project, test their building skills using everyday objects, and make art using colorful circles based on the Fibonacci number sequence. Wii Tuesdays at Main Library (Ages 6-11), 3:30-5 pm Tuesdays, April 11 and 25, May 9 and 23. Are you a Mario maniac? Super Smash superhero? Test your Wii skills against your friends and show off your skills. Read to a Dog at Main Library (Grades K-6), 4-5:30 pm Thursdays, April 20, May 18, and June 15. Our doggy listeners are certified with Therapy Dogs International and love to listen to stories. Register in person, online, or by phone beginning two weeks before each program. A Color of His Own Sensory Play at Woods Branch (Ages 1-5), 10 am Thursday, May 18. All animals have colors of their own – except for chameleons! Join us for a special story time, when we will read Leo Lionni’s A Color of His Own, then engage your senses in play to find your own special colors. Prepare to get messy! A change of clothes and plastic bag are recommended. For children 1-5 years. A Shel Silverstein Scavenger Hunt: April 1-30. Follow the sidewalk to the end and into a marvelous, miraculous mystery. Long-Leg Lous and Short-Leg Sues alike will light up their attics as they uncover new treasures in the Children’s Room at both Main Library and Woods Branch. Quarterly Closings Quarterly Closings Friday, April 7: Both libraries are closed for a staff professional development day. Sunday, April 16: Main Library is closed for Easter. May 7 – October 1: Main Library is closed on Sundays. Monday, May 29: Both libraries are closed for Memorial Day. Friday, June 16: Both libraries will delay opening until 10:30 am for a staff meeting. @ Shaker Library In addition to a full complement of story times for babies and preschoolers, after-school programs for kids, and drop-in activities for teens in the Main Library Teen Center, the Library offers some special events for teens, children, and families this quarter.
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