Only 2 Days Left before Summer Reading is O-FISH-ALLY over. Finish up reading & visit the library with your reading log by closing on 8-4-18. Check out these readers with their bead necklaces they earned by reading! Did you make one? Share it on Social Media! Use the hashtag #HAPLBeads when sharing.
Teens created beach scenes with delicious ingredients in 2 different sessions of this popular candy-making class hosted by Morkes Chocolates in downtown Huntley!
Dakotah Henn returned this summer to tell us all about his visits to Costa Rica and Africa. He also brought some of his animals that live in those regions. The room was packed with people and animals! For more details, dates and times for upcoming children’s programs, please check the Huntley Area Public Library’s official website, the print or online copy of the library’s newsletter The Whole Story.
This month Young Artist’s used dot painting to make a colorful fish picture. Enjoy the photos of these wonderful artists. Young Artists is a program at the Huntley Area Public Library that usually takes place every other month. It is geared toward children in kindergarten through second grade. Visit the library for Young Artists with Miss Anne. For more details, dates and times for Young Artists, please check the Huntley Area…
This month, Tweens painted a Koinobori (a windsock or colorful fish kite) to celebrate Children’s Day in Japan. Enjoy the photos! Project Tween is a monthly program geared for youth between 10-14 years old at the Huntley Area Public Library.
At this month’s Pajamarama, we read books about ocean animals, including “The Very Silly Shark,” by Jack Tickle. We also sang “The waves in the sea” and created our own fish with baking liners for fins. Enjoy the photos! Pajamarama is a monthly story time program at the Huntley Area Public Library that usually takes place on the second Tuesday of the month. It is geared toward families of 2-6 year olds….
For this Teen Tuesday program, we made underwater-themed crafts and got in touch with our inner Merperson. Just keep swimming!
Our popular henna event/artist is back! Rebecca Huston from Heathen Ink Tattoo returned to decorate area teens with temporary, henna tattoos. Participants also learned how to use the henna applicators to create their own designs. Photos are from two sessions, one in June and one in July.