Summer Library Program (SLP)
SLP 2017 has ended. See you next summer!
Fri., 6/1/18, 1pm - Mon., 7/2/18, 1pm @ MCPL Athens
Children's Event Drop-in Celebrate summer by helping our Athens Branch "cultivate" a colorful paper flower garden! Free, with all supplies provided.
Children's Event Geared mainly toward children with Autism Spectrum Disorder, this story time will feature stories as well as soothing interactive activities!
Children's Event Drop-in Bring the whole family to work on coloring projects for both children and adults!
Tue., 6/5/18, 9am - 10am @ MCPL Spencer
Adult Event Learn more about the warning signs of dementia and Alzheimer's Disease, and how to help someone you know who is suffering.
Children's Event Drop-in Children of all ages and their families are invited to build creative projects using LEGO blocks! All blocks will be provided. Free and no registration required.
Children's Event Children of all ages are invited to use their imagination and creativity! These fun-filled, 90-minute programs feature a different story each week, followed by songs and supplemental activities. Offered in partnership with the Family Resource Center.
Mon., 6/11/18 - Sat., 6/16/18 @ MCPL Hatley
Children's Event Drop-in Kids can make a card for their dad or the father figure in their life, with all supplies provided!
Thu., 6/14/18, 6:30pm - 8pm @ MCPL Athens
Adult Event Join us for a lively discussion of this best-selling book, about a woman who takes a job caring for a quadriplegic man who is struggling to find the will to live.
Adult Event Learn how to create a free Pinterest account and how to navigate the website during this free class! Registration required.
Adult Event Drop-in Hobby and craft enthusiasts are welcome to join us every month for a night of creating and socializing!
Adult Event Knitters and crocheters are invited to gather for a night of crafts and socializing! Free and open to the public, and participants are asked to bring their own supplies.
Wed., 6/27/18, 12pm - 1pm @ MCPL Wausau
Adult Event Take part in a lively discussion of this classic tale, about a boy and his friends growing up along the banks of the Mississippi in the 1800s.