12 Unique Things to do at the Library this April
Apr 06, 2018 08:17PM
● Published by Melanie Heisinger
Courtesy of the Cabarrus County Library.
Since April 21st marks Earth Day, the library system is offering plenty of earth-themed events that your child will enjoy. From recycling classes to making art out of uses plastic water bottle caps, there is something for you.
Science is also a big theme this month at the library. The 8th Annual NC Science Festival is already in full swing and has provided a fun way to involve children in the sciences for the past few years.
On top of science and Earth Day celebrations taking place, there are also several new programs that the library will be hosting. Some of these events include a Yoga Class, Multicultural Films Group, Stories Under the Stars, and more.
Take a look at some of the fun events happening at the library this month, for both kids and adults alike!
All Ages - Stop by the library to flex those engineering muscles with the Marshmallow Model Mayhem Challenge! Collaborate or compete with others to build structures with only marshmallows... Read More »
Ages 5-12 - Celebrate spring with us, because the early bird gets the cutest home! We will be making homes for our feathered friends and see how many we can identify. Presented in partner... Read More »
Ages 5-12 - April showers bring us...many interesting programs. Join us and become a citizen scientist! We will learn about weather and build instruments that you can use to start predict... Read More »
Ages 10-18 - Do you know what happens to the plastic you recycle? Join us for a recycling adventure where we will learn about the recycling process and create a mosaic with recycled bottl... Read More »
Join personal trainer Karen Kluttz as she leads us through a session of yoga. Wear comfortable clothes and bring a yoga mat or towel for floor work. Read More »
Join the Kannapolis Library for this unique literary performing arts event. Programs are geared toward families with children of all ages. Read More »
If you thought that Superman was just a fictional superhero, then you are in for a surprise! Local author & comics historian Michael Eury will present the story of Superman: Created 8... Read More »
Adult - Brighten your kitchen up with unique tea towels you decorate yourself with stamps. We will also look at ways to make your own stamps. All supplies will be provided. Read More »