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Our annual games of bigger-than-usual Monopoly!
December 30 2010
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This program and project were made possible through a Virginia Hamilton and Arnold Adoff Creative Outreach Grant. The program consisted of music, storytelling and dance on the International Day of Peace, with international cookies and a chance for attendees to make a handprint to add to the quilts being made for refugee families.
September 21 2010
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Students in K-11th grades competed for trophies in our annual chess tournament.
July 24 2010
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As part of Pride in Library Day in Stow, we held a treasure hunt for young patrons. They had fun searching the library for clues to the treasure, and also entering to win a $50 prize!
June 30 2010
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Juggler-comedian Matt Jergens presented a very funny show to kids, and our Playaway representative demonstrated this fun audioformat to visitors, giving away freebies and raffling off some Playaway audiobooks.
June 30 2010
Over 600 Valentines made by kids visiting the library and from local day-cares and pre-schools, during the week of Jan. 12 through 18, will be delivered to the Stow Armory for their troops stationed overseas in Egypt.
We would like to thank all the kids who helped in supporting our troops.
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Join our YoYo Club and let experienced yoyo kids help you learn.
Bring your own yoyo or just come and watch! For children of all ages.
No registration is required.
Our children’s room reaches out to many diverse facilities in our community.
Every month, a librarian visits 16 day care and preschool facilities in the Stow-Munroe Falls area to do storytime. We send bins of about 50 books each to 13 facilities.
Two librarians, calling themselves “Traveling Tales”, do storytelling in the schools. Advertising through posters and word of mouth, they mix solo and tandem folktales with poetry breaks in between.