Get your family outside to stretch their legs, read a book, and solve a puzzle with Coded StoryWalk®.
If you have been itching to talk about the books you read, then join fellow readers for BookTalk on the first Thursday of each month.
BookTalk, everyone’s favorite sharing time for readers, will meet at 11:00 a.m. on Thursday, November 4. Join group discussion leader Krystal Smalley for a casual talk about books. No matter the subject or genre, all readers are welcome to talk about anything book related.
BookTalk meets on the first Thursday of the month at 11:00 a.m. The 2021 schedule is as follows: November 4 and December 2.
Do you know who Rube Goldberg is? If not, Upper Sandusky Community Library’s STEAMpunks have you covered!
Join Youth Services Specialist Lisa Andres at 5:30 p.m. on Monday, November 1 as she introduces you to Rube Goldberg: cartoonist, inventor, and the only person listed in the Merriam-Webster Dictionary as an adjective. After a little background, it’ll be your turn to create your very own Rube Goldberg Machine that is able to ring a bell. The team whose contraption works continuously longer ringing the bell will win. All items will be supplied for the program.
Get ready for loads of fun with Miss Jill at Tiny Tots and Preschool StoryTime!
Tiny Tots StoryTime is an energetic program designed for children ages newborn to 3 years old and their caregiver. It will be held at 10:00 a.m. on Mondays, 5:30 p.m. on Tuesdays, and 11:00 a.m. on Wednesdays.
Preschool StoryTime is a fun, interactive program which includes a science experiment for ages 3 to 6. It will be held at 11:00 a.m. on Mondays.
Got lunch plans? Then join Cheryl Lyon for What’s Cookin’: Lunch Bunch on Monday, October 25!
Lunch-goers should bring a pumpkin dish to the noon edition of What’s Cookin’: Lunch Bunch to share with everyone. Then get ready to discuss cooking, baking, recipes, and more. Make sure to bring your own beverage to quench your thirst.
This year’s What’s Cookin’ schedule is as follows: October 25 (pumpkin dishes), November 15 (brunch), and December 13 (potluck and gift exchange).
Have you ever wondered how local restaurants make some of your favorite foods? Sample Taste of the Town and find out for yourself.
Taste of the Town is a new adult cooking program hosted by the Upper Sandusky Community Library. In this monthly program, representatives from local restaurants will share their culinary passion and demonstrate how to make one of their most popular dishes.
Get in on the program all kids love to do. Kids Can Cook, run by Youth Services Coordinator Jill Stansbery, is a program that teaches children basic cooking skills. Miss Jill will share interesting food facts and more in a fun learning environment. Students may even get to taste test new or unusual foods!
The Upper Sandusky Community Library will be closed on Monday, October 11, 2021, to recognize Columbus Day. The library will return to its regular business hours on Tuesday, October 12.
For more information, stop by the front desk or call the library at 419-294-1345.
Crafternoon is now Craft Party! Join Miss Rachel and spend an evening with fabulous makers just like yourself.
There will be two featured crafts for the October Halloween Puss and BOOts Craft Party. Grab a friend and spend the evening making a boo-tiful Halloween display. You will make a witch’s boot floral arrangement and a black cat mosaic photo frame. It will be an evening of crafts, snacks, and fun. The Craft Party will be held in the large meeting room at 6:00 p.m. on Thursday, October 14.
The Clothing Swap returns to the Upper Sandusky Community Library on October 14. Before the swap gets underway, however, the library will be accepting clean, gently used donations October 7-9.
Here’s how it works: go through your closet and find items that no longer spark joy or things that you don’t wear anymore. Bring donations of men’s, women’s, or children’s clothing, belts, hats, purses, jewelry, and shoes to the library during business hours.