Weekly, January 4 – February 11
Welcome to The Weekly Project, a program featuring a variety of activities that can be enjoyed from home like cooking, crafting, art, and STEM. Every week will showcase a different project for children to make with their families. This program is for kids of all ages.
Please register for weekly kits to take home on the links below. You can register ahead of time and pick up the kit at any time during that week, starting each Monday, in the library’s lobby. We request that you pick up your kits weekly to avoid overcrowding of kits in the limited pick-up area.
All of our kits are worth time and resources. Please pick up the kits you request.
Register for each week separately.
Weekly Project – January 4: Beaded Snowflake
New Year, New Projects! request this year’s first Weekly Project and watch the video to follow the instructions:
Request this week’s kit and pick it up in the library’s lobby: Week of January 4
Weekly Project – January 11: Magnetic Maze
Watch and follow the instructions to make a magnetic maze at home.
Request this week’s kit and pick it up in the library’s lobby: Week of January 11
Weekly Project – January 18: Paper Blossom
Follow the video for simple instructions on how to make water blossoms made out of paper.
Request this week’s kit and pick it up in the library’s lobby: Week of January 18
Weekly Project – January 25: Snow Shooter
Watch our video and follow the instructions to make a simple snow shooter at home
Request your kit to take home and work on this project. The kit will be placed in our library’s lobby after your request and can be picked up at any time during the Week of January 25
Weekly Project – February 1: Butterfly Life Cycle Diorama
Check out this simple project and learn about the different life stages of a butterfly.
Request your kit and pick it up in the library’s lobby: Week of February 1
Weekly Project – February 8: Valentine’s Thaumatrope
Follow the instructions and make this optical toy or design your own.
Request a kit to be picked up in our library’s lobby: Week of February 8