April Activities from the Star Valley Branch Library

April 3, 2023

April Activities from the Star Valley Branch Library

  1. Summer Reading Volunteers Needed – We are looking for volunteers to perform for our Cowboy Campfires on 7/12/, 7/13 from 10-11, and on 7/14 at 5. Please contact the library if you are interested.
  2. Crafternoon Cake Pops! Learn how to make Cake Pops at the Star Valley Branch Library!  Make these simple sweets on April 5th from 4-6 pm! For ages 10 and up! 
  3. WYNot Business Class -The “WY-Not Business Class” will highlight five reasons so many small businesses fail and strategies that will help you manage your small business better. April 7 from 12-1 at the Star Valley Branch Library. Bring your lunch and get ready to learn.
  4. Bound Together Tween Book Club – Check out our newest club kids for ages 9-12.  This month we will read The War That Saved My Life by Kimberly Brubaker  Bradley and participate in activities related to the book. We meet on 4/8 and 4/22 at noon.
  5. Escape to the Library – Every first Friday from 6-8 use your wits to win an escape-style game. This month we escape with a  Nancy Drew Mystery Game.
  6. Teen Take & Make –  Stop by the Star Valley Branch Library for the Teen Take and Make! This month’s project: Mini Terrirums available 4/11/23 while supplies last.
  7. Jane Austen Tea Party –  Love Jane Austen and the Regency Romance era? Share your favorites at our Jane Austen Tea Party on April 21st from 11-2. We will have treats, an adult craft project, and will highlight Regency Romance collections.
  8. Garden Month/ Earth Day Activity  – Children ages 5 and up. Get supplies to make to get your garden started at the Star Valley Branch Library. April 22 2023 while supplies last.
  9. Film Screening Event – The Human Trial  Directed by Lisa Hepner and Guy Mossman – April 27th, 6-8 at the Civic Center. Synopsis –  The Human Trial interweaves the stories of the patients who have borne the physical and financial burdens of type 1 diabetes (T1D)—with the researchers who epitomize the struggle of innovating cures.  The Human Trial reveals the emotional and physical rollercoaster that scientists and patients experience as they travel along the road to a cure for the disease. While character-driven and poignant, the film also highlights key themes that can help audiences better understand cure research.
  10. Fruit Painting Class –  Join us at the Star Valley Branch Library painting class with a twist! NO BRUSHES! Only using fruit to paint! We will be painting tea towels to add some fun to your kitchen this spring! April 1st from 12-2 pm. Ages 10 and up!

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