We have exciting programs planned for kids and teen this Spring Break! Check out our upcoming lineup below.
Start your Spring Break off right! Join us at the library for a showing for Strange World. We will provide freshly popped popcorn and drinks. Children under 6 must be accompanied.
Meet up at the library for gaming fun! Drop in to try VR, WII or other popular games with fellow gamers. Try something new or get together to play your favorites. Snacks and drinks provided. For ages 11 & up.
Let the games begin! Bring the whole family to the library for an afternoon of fun. Play life-size versions of games, while also enjoying classic board games!
Build a leprechaun trap for St. Patrick’s Day! What’s the best way to catch a leprechaun; is it with a pot of gold, four-leaf clovers, or a rainbow? Create the best trap out of recycled materials. Sign-up is required. Call 608-643-8346 or visit the library to sign up!
March 07th, 2023 | Comments Off on Spring Break Programs
Calling all Wings of Fire fans! Celebrate your favorite dragon series with crafts, games, and activities. The part will be on Monday, February 20 at 1pm. You do not have to be familiar with the book series to attend – anyone who loves dragons is welcome!
February 13th, 2023 | Comments Off on Wings of Fire Party
The George Culver Community Library is inviting everyone join us for “Oceans of Possibilities” this year’s summer reading program. Children, teens and adults are encouraged to sign up for the reading program on our digital logging service, Beanstack, or pick up paper logs at the library.
The Summer Library Reading Program starts on Monday, June 13. Registration begins Wednesday, June 8 and continues all summer long.
May 25th, 2022 | Comments Off on Summer Library Program
We would like to thank each of our generous sponsors for their support during this year’s Summer Library Program. We were able to go beyond our goals and help build a better world through their donations.
The 1000 Books Before Kindergarten App is now live in the app store, available for both Apple and Android products. The app is a convenient way for you to track your children’s reading progress throughout the program. Synced with Google books, it is now easier than ever to search and add books to your child’s collection.
Started the program on paper? Never fear! Stop by your library and one of the friendly librarians will be happy to help catch the app up. To learn more about the 1000 Books before Kindergarten, email Amy Larson at firstname.lastname@example.org.