We are slowly preparing to be able to offer in-person activities for children over the summer, as the pandemic situation evolves.
As of mid-May we are planning:
- –regular storytimes outside, beginning in June
- –Summer reading special activities beginning early July.
- –A series of art workshops to be held at Bishops as part of our Poetry to the community project
Poetry to the Community
Poetry to the Community aims to bring together artists, children, teenagers and adults to participate in papermaking, screen printing and collage workshops where they will reflect on the interconnection between art and poetry and make artworks inspired by the poems of Steve Luxton, Poet in Residence at the Bibliothèque Lennoxville Library.
Paper Making Workshop (for kids ages 6-12)
Saturday, June 19th at 10am
How many pieces of fabric does it take to make paper? Did you know that you can make pulp with something other than fruit? Do you think the paper should be white only?
Come join us for a papermaking workshop!
The library invites children to take part in a papermaking workshop as part of the Poetry to the Community project. They will be inspired by the poems of Steve Luxton, poet in residence at the Lennoxville Library. They will be able to participate in a collective work while making their own paper that they will take home.
In order to comply with sanitary measures, the number of registrations is limited to 10 people (including the facilitator and accompanying persons). The number of places is therefore limited.
Sign up here: https://forms.gle/XsjKDrwnX3k2S3By6
TD SUMMER READING CLUB
Sign-up starts mid-june. Stay tuned!
FAMILY BOOK CLUB
Activities will start again in the fall.
Kids and parents are invited to read a selected book each month, then gather at the library on the last Friday of the month to dig deeper into the story and share insights and ideas with other readers. More details and a complete list of the 2020-2021 books here
DUNGEONS AND DRAGONS NIGHT
The library’s D&D club meets once a month. We hope to begin holding in-person meetings over the summer.
For kids ages 9 and up.
Contact the library for details.