Saturday April 7 @ 1 PM
Cornell Cooperative Extension educators and Master Gardener volunteers will show you how to incorporate annuals and perennials into your landscape to bring life and color to any garden.
Wednesday April 11 @ 1 PM
Based on the New York Times bestseller,
tells the incredibly inspiring and heartwarming story of August Pullman, a boy with facial differences, dealing with the struggle of trying to fit in and gain acceptance at his new school. Starring Julia Roberts, Owen Wilson and Jacob Tremblay.
Rated PG for thematic elements including bullying, and some mild language.
Wednesday April 18 @ 7 PM
Looking to buy that special item at the best price? Have items that you want to sell but don't know how or where? Lance Whitney will show you the tricks and techniques for bidding, buying, and selling on eBay.
Saturday April 21 @ 1 PM
Learn how to take breathtaking photographs in this intermediate-level photography workshop with professional photographer Justin Goodhart.
Topics include: Aperture Priority, Exposure Triangle, Shutter Speeds, Composition, and more! You are welcome to bring your camera, but it is not necessary.
Saturday April 28 @ 1 PM
Wander the streets of Spain with Gerry Dawes, food blogger, photographer and President of the Spanish Artisan Wine & Spirits Group. Enjoy the fine wines of Spain and a virtual tour of the cities, culture, food and wine through stories and photos of his travels. Over 21 only.
Tue Apr 10 @ 4:30 - 5:30 PM
Ages 7 - 12
Tired of having the same boring lunch? Come get some ideas to add variety to your lunch and build your own bento box.
Fri Apr 13 @ 4:30 - 5:15 PM
Ages 7- 10
Emily, a National Honor Society member, will be teaching kids the basics of American Sign Language. This class will teach them how to sign their names and some common everyday words.
Fri Apr 13 @ 6:00 PM
Ages 9 and up
Come try your hand at competitive speed cubing. Cubing Club is the place to learn tips, practice, and improve your skill at solving a cube! Ages 9 and up.
*Participants should be able to solve a cube. We recommend participants bring their own cube if possible.
Spring Story Times
Beginning week of April 16
Ages up to 23 months
Start the day with stories, songs and rhymes to help your baby's brain develop while improving motor, sensory and social skills in a fun environment.
Caregivers must remain in program.
Tots & Tunes
Ages 2 - 3
Channel all of that wonderful toddler energy! Join us while we share stories, sing songs, dance, stretch and jump to music! Caregivers must remain in program.
Ages 2 - 3
We’ll engage your toddler with exciting stories, crafts, and games designed to
encourage participation between caregiver and child. Your child will learn letter recognition, sounds, and new words through fun songs and rhymes. Caregivers must remain in program.
Ages 3 - 5
With longer stories and more involved crafts and activities, this class aims to increase your child’s attention span and improve fine motor skills. We’ll be singing, playing games, and doing crafts as we travel through tales. Monday’s class will be outside in our gazebo.
Beginning Apr 17
Every other Tue @ 4:30 - 5:15 PM
Ages 5 - 8
Don't stay home after school. Come out and play with friends at this new club. This gaming club will feature laptop games, Xbox 360, board games, group games, and Legos.
Beginning Apr 19
Thu @ 4:30 - 5:15 PM
Pre-K/Age 4 and Kindergarten
This class for kindergartners and four year olds who are ready for more, will explore the five early literacy practices - reading, singing, talking, writing, and playing, in a way that is engaging and fun!
Fri Apr 20 @ 5:00 - 7:00 PM
Ages 8 - 12
Join us for an evening of painting fun. This Disney-themed paint night will be led by Lydia, a local teen artist. All painting supplies are included, and food and drinks will be provided.* Let us know if your child has any allergies.
Beginning Apr 24
Every other Tue @ 4:30 - 5:30 PM
Ages 9 - 13
Come to our brand new after-school gaming club. Play Xbox with friends, try a new board game, build with Legos, and play RoBlox on our laptops.