Wright Memorial Public Library is proud to launch the
Together Oakwood Project: A curation of art and written works, about our community, by our community. Submission guidelines and forms can be found here. Applications accepted Aug. 25 through Oct. 9.
Create using a variety of mediums—drama, story, literature, and crafts. We’ll also record short pieces using Vine. Grades 4-6.
Celebrate Rosh Hashanah with storytelling, crafts, and snacks, led by Rochel Simon! This storytime is pajama-friendly, and makes for a great wind-down evening activity for your preschoolers and early elementary kiddos.
Come together as a family to get engaged with the arts! Once per month a library staff member will lead children, tweens, and their grown-ups through an artistic experience.
- September: Mural
- October: Slightly Scary Open Mic
- November: Printmaking and Centerpiece Carving with Ivory Soap
- December: 20th Century Percussion (bang along to music from every decade of the 20th century--ragtime, jazz, motown, R&B, rap, EDM, etc.)