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Sing along with Santa, hear ‘Twas the Night Before Christmas and see some Christmas magic. No registration necessary – just drop in!
Tues., Dec. 10
6:30 to 7:30 p.m.
Lower level meeting room
Wed., Dec. 11
9 to 10:30 a.m.
Lower level – under the skylight
Future Neenah hosts BooFest during the final Farmers Market of the season each year in Shattuck Park. It is a fun, fall family event with games, children's costume contest and Halloween activities.
Children and their families are invited to learn all about animal tracks. Sanctuary staff will read the stories “In the Snow: Who’s Been Here” by Lindsay Barrett George and “Animal Tracks” by Arthur Dorros. Afterwards, participants will head outside to find animal tracks and do a project.
Favorite Fathers. Wouldn’t your Dad like to carry a photo of you (or you and your dad) around with him on his key chain or have a magnet on his refrigerator? Bring in a photo to then make into a glass key chain or magnet. Photo must be no bigger than 3’’X3’’. ($15 each)
Design Day-Show How Much You Care. Design your mom a glass flower that will then be made, on the torch, by a glass artist. Choose the color of your petals and leaves. Then watch as the glass artist creates your vision in front of your own eyes. ($15 each)
Handle with Care-Real Eggs to Glass Eggs. Add texture, and designs onto a real egg that will then be made into glass ($15 each)...and even choose the color. Don’t miss The First Glass Casting that will be going on at the museum’s Glass Studio.
March 8: Spring Madness and St Patrick’s Day Fun. Flowers, Butterflies, Shamrocks, rainbows, and gold coins with real gold leaf ($15 each), all made out of glass? Yes, that is what will be going on here at The Glass Studio this spring. A painter will also be present to do face painting so you can leave the museum with a souvenir.
Who is your Valentine? Make a glass valentine/or letter ($15 each) for someone you care about. Using glass paints write a message with glass on glass! Stencils and stamps can be used to brighten up your valentine.
Stay warm wit a cup of hot chocolate or any hot drink of your choosing. Make a glass coaster ($15 each) while drinking hot chocolate or apple cider at The Glass Studio. String, ribbon and other fabrics will be available to choose from and add to your coaster after it is fired.
All aboard! The Neenah Public Library will host a Polar Express party on Monday, December 23, at 11:00 a.m., for preschool-age children and up. There will be a telling of the famous Christmas story written by Chris Van Allsburg, a game, craft, snack and a special surprise! Kids are invited to come in their pajamas.
This is a free program; no registration necessary. Pick up your free ticket at the youth desk at the Library. For more information, call the youth desk at 920-886-6335 or email [email protected].
Library programming is made possible by the Friends of the Neenah Library and by the Neenah Library Trust Fund.
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