Wednesday, February 22, 2012

Save the Dates for Great Programs

The library will be offering some great programs thanks to the Minnesota's Arts and Cultural Heritage Fund.

Tuesday, February 28th at 2:30 p.m.
The Sound of Science
The flute and violin duo of Betty Braunstein and Steve Highland will be exploring the connection between sound and science.  They will be using items such as a tuning fork, slinky, and beaker of water.  There will be hands-on demonstrations, computer animations, and live music.  All to show you why music to your ears is also music to your brain.  This program is great for all ages and everyone is welcome.

Tuesday, March 6th at 10:00 a.m.
321 Art Studio of Chisholm
Draw Your Own Adventure
Join us for this program and become an author and illustrator.  Hear the story "Harold and the Purple Crayon", talk about adventures, and create your own book.  Fun for kids pre-school age and up.

Tuesday, March 20th at 10: a.m.
Creativity Tank - Native American "Who Am I?" Sculptural Story Totems
Participants will explore modeling materials to bring their stories to life in a 3-D sculpture story totem.  Traditionally carved by Native Americans, totems provided a record of their lives.  With respect to traditional materials and symbols, everyone will use "Model Magic" clay to form three-dimensional images that describe their own interests or story.  All ages welcome.

Wednesday, March 28th at 4:00 p.m.
Puppet Tellers - "Night on Bear Island"
A story about friendship and fear of the unknown.  Great for pre-school and above.

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