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.)
The Armstrong Air and Space Museum teaches kids what it takes to be fit for space exploration! Kids will participate in activities that optimize mission readiness, critical for months spent in space. Museum staff will demonstrate the difficulties of working in an Apollo -style spacesuit.
At this spectrum-friendly socialization opportunity, elementary-age children can play at activity stations all around the meeting room. A cool down/transition station and a snack station will be included at every playdate. Normative and non-normative children are equally encouraged to attend!
- September theme: Totally “T” featuring Dogtors Therapy Dogs
- October theme: Jolly Old England featuring Trill Seekers (flute group from University of Dayton New Horizons Music Program)
- November theme: Magic Tricks featuring a guest magician.