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Alternative Saturday Morning Programming of the 90s

Last week, we talked about how Saturday morning cartoons have effectively come to an end. CW was the final network hold out, but on Saturday, September 27th, they aired the last remaining cartoon block, ending a continuous animated run that lasted over 50 years. 1,025 more words


Science Sleuths -- Halloween Edition!

In the spirit of the season, we will be experimenting with candy. We’ll  test which Halloween candies float and which don’t, melt Skittles to change the density of water,  and even blow up a marshmallow Peep. 29 more words

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YogaPlay for Grades 1-5

Mon. Oct. 20
4:00 pm
Pre-registration and a waiver form are required.

Miss Susan, RYT, invites children in grades 1-5 to another session of YogaPlay.  After centering to calm busy bodies and minds, we’ll explore yoga poses that replicate animals and simple structures.  40 more words

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Young Makers Club -- Oct. 21

Tues. Oct. 21
4:00 pm
Grades 3 & up
Pre-registration required.

Join us for some bodacious creating, inventing, and tinkering! Recycled and craft items will be available to make Halloween decorations. 43 more words

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After three decades instilling a love of books in children, LeVar Burton has penned one of his own

If there is such a thing as an expert in children’s literature, LeVar Burton is it.

As host of the award-winning PBS program Reading Rainbow, Burton spent more than three decades instilling a love of reading in kids all over the world, flipping through thousands of colourful texts and promising his young audience that a good book would allow them to “go anywhere.” 579 more words


Bear Storytime for Preschoolers

by Awnali Mills

The books I used for preschool storytime this week are Bear Feels Scared by Karma Wilson, Old Bear by Kevin Henkes, and… 423 more words

Story Time

Chippewa Falls, WI: Children's Services Coordinator, Chippewa Falls Public Library

Chippewa Falls Public Library has an immediate opening for a full time (40 hours weekly) Children’s Services Coordinator. The individual must have a minimum of a bachelor’s degree in Library Information Studies or Media Specialist’s Certification and at least two years library experience, a thorough working knowledge of generally accepted library practices, collection development, policy, procedure, and reader’s advisory along with excellent communication skills, and a strong working knowledge business machines, computers, office software, social media and websites. 93 more words