September 27, 2020
Kids, Teens, & Family Newsletter
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Early Literacy & Storytimes
Early Learning Videos for Ages 2-5
FROM THE VAULT!
Available now:
Enjoy one of our favorite Pet Pajama Storytimes featuring adorable dog Lulu "reading" Goldilocks and the Three Dinosaurs by Mo Willems (read with permission from the author).
Available starting 1/11
Join local certified yoga instructor Debi (RYT200) for a series of four yoga videos, each just 15-20 minutes long. Designed for both individual and partner yoga, these are great to do together with kids!
This week's theme: Ahimsa: Care for Others (Ocean Animals)
Funded by Metropolitan Library Services Agency (MELSA).
Winter Literacy mailouts
Did you miss requesting the Early Literacy calendar or Elementary & Teen activity pages? Starting Wednesday, you'll be able to pick them up at your Scott County Library during Express Services hours.
Family Fun
Family Fun Break:
Books Into Movies Trivia!
Enjoy this January Family Fun Break, created by our amazing library Teen Advisory Board - thanks, TAB!

Cookie Decorating Contest winners
Enjoy this slide show celebrating the winners and all the beautiful entries into our contest! Run time 1:41.
Mailout Workshops & Virtual Events
Registration now open for:
Tuesday, January 12, 10:00am
Sign up now for this live Music Together class with Kari over Zoom! And don't worry, if you aren't able to make the live class the recorded version will be available for four weeks.
Funded by the Minnesota Arts & Cultural Heritage (Legacy) Amendment.

Mailout date 1/13
Sign up to receive to make a Northern Lights luminary for our Northern Lights early literacy video premiering on January 18. 
Funded by the Minnesota Arts & Cultural Heritage (Legacy) Amendment. Funded by Metropolitan Library Service Agency (MELSA).

Mailout date 1/13.
Sign up to receive supplies to make a Northern Lights suncatcher for our Northern Lights early literacy video premiering on January 18. 
Funded by the Minnesota Arts & Cultural Heritage (Legacy) Amendment. Funded by Metropolitan Library Service Agency (MELSA).