READING AT WASHINGTON CARNEGIE PUBLIC LIBRARY
A Center of Knowledge
Washington Carnegie Public Library offers a variety of free programs for the wider community. From interactive story times and author visits to educational classes and book discussions, we have activities for all ages and interests.
COFFEE & A CHAT
Adults are welcome to come stop in the meeting room for a cup of coffee or tea and a chat with Rick. Have a cuppa and make new friends!
OPEN STEM LAB
Wednesdays, 2:00-5:00 p.m. Grades K-12 Weekly hands-on exploration of science, technology, engineering & math with a variety of fun learning activities. These activities are self directed with supervision of the STEM Coordinator. *Children 8 and under must have parental/adult supervision. Cost is free.
STORYTIME WITH MS. ERIN
Outdoors in person- outdoors, rain or shine at 3:30 Thursday's Sept. 3rd thru Dec. 3rd.
Online at home- grab a snack & a seat, settle in to watch virtual storytime every Thursday
WORLD BOOK EBOOKS
World Book has ebooks available to every interest. View simultaneously in a classroom with students, in a small study group, or with parents/friends. Access the world through World Book.
Mon - Wed: 10am - 7pm
Thur - Fri: 10am - 5pm
Sat: 10pm - 2pm
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