Programs for Family & Kids
The Food Bank serves free lunches to children July 6–August 14. Today, the library will be sharing activities at the Again Street Park location. For more information about the program and other locations visit http://sharefoodbringhope.org/summerfood4kids.
We're bringing library Summer Reading to Fulton in cooperation with the Fulton Housing Authority. Join us Wednesdays through August 5 for fun activities, reading incentives and more. Families, all ages.
Kid President is dedicated to making the world more awesome. Learn how you can make the world a better place, KP style, with a variety of activities. Ages 5 and older.
Meet cartoonist James Mouser and have fun drawing shapes, faces and heroes — some super, some duper. Explore the cartoony side of your brain with games and giggles. Ages 8 and older. Registration begins Tuesday, July 14.
Enjoy activities all about the heroes who fight fires. A firefighter will join us to talk about firefighting gear and, if the fire truck is not hard at work, it will be here as well! Families, all ages.
Stop by and see what's on Bookmobile, Jr. Then treat yourself to some ice cream, courtesy of Lucky's Market at 111 N. Providence Road. Donations will be accepted for the ice cream, with proceeds benefiting the Daniel Boone Regional Library Foundation. All ages.
Dress up as your favorite character! Be it superhero, anime, sci-fi or your own original design — come dressed as you usually aren't! We’ll award prizes for costumes in different age categories, and you can pose for great photos. All ages.
Enjoy stories, songs, fingerplays, flannelboards and big books. Parental participation is a must. Kids up to age 2 1/2 (30 mos.) walking confidently on their own.
The Food Bank serves free lunches to children July 6–August 14. Today, the library will be sharing activities at the Bear Creek Park location. For more information about the program and other locations visit http://sharefoodbringhope.org/summerfood4kids.
Using LEGO bricks and other materials, create your own mini-movie at this hands-on workshop. The library will provide instruction and all tools necessary for you to photograph and edit your film. Feel free to bring your own props, camera or other recording device, too. Children and teens, Ages 8 and older. Registration begins Tuesday, July 21.