Do you love the Avon Lake Library? If so, you’re not alone. The library, which draws visitors from all over, just released its fall activity booklet.
The events cover a wide swath of interests, from knitting and author visits, to watercolor classes and a railroad weekend.
There are programs infants, pre-schoolers, teens, young adults, wanna-be writers and adults.
Scroll through to the end of the PDF for a condensed listing on the events calendar.
Registration is required for some programs.
Here are five events we found of interest. (Of course there are far more than 5…click on the link and see what else is being offered this fall.)
- Beginning in mid-November, the Jr. Tree House Club (ages 6 and 7) begins from 3-4:45 p.m. Wonderful Windmill, Magical Colors and Movie Motion are just some of the project themes.
- The Wee Science Sampler (ages 3-5) is Sept. 18 (check schedule). The one-hour program has hands-on activities designed for kids 3-5, accompanied by an adult.
- Evenings with the Stars: On Monday nights with clear skies in October, a telescope will be set up outside from 8-8:30. Stop by and take a look at what’s visible in the night sky.
- Bounce, Wiggle, Giggle for ages 4-18 months (with one adult). Enjoy this “lap sit story time” with music, nursery rhymes, finger plays and stories.
- Out of this World: UFO Sightings and investigations. Paranormal investigator Thomas Wertman gave this popular talk at the Westlake Porter Library last month. Now he'll be giving it in Avon Lake on Oct. 29, during spooky season.