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SPECIAL EVENTS

Lake Michigan Treasures brought to you by Graham Public Library and Wehr Nature Center. Tuesday, July 19 1:00 pm at School Yard Park Pavilion (just a few blocks from the library on State St). Learn all about our great Lake Michigan through water games, map building, and more! All ages are invited to this family-friendly event.

Pajama Story Time. Thursday, July 21 at 6:00 pm. All families with young children are invited! Wear your pajamas, bring you blanket and a stuffed animal, and snuggle in for stories and an activity. Please call the library at 262-878-2910 to register.

Weekly Programs

 

June STEAM children event
June STEAM children event

July Storytimes

All young children and their caregivers are invited to attend story time outside near the parking lot of the library. No registration is needed. See you then! (In case of rain or extreme heat, we’ll hold Storytime inside the library).

Upcoming themes:

July 6: Silent Sharks

July 13: Stunning Starfish

July 20: Wonderful Whales

July 27: Shimmering Seashells

July Make-at-Home Kits

Looking for an art project young children can complete at home? Stop by the library on Wednesdays to pick up a kit. One per child. While supplies last.

When you’re here, why not check out some books to read at home while your child is working on their projects?

July 6: Shark

July 13: Starfish

July 20: Whale

July 27: Aquarium

Oceans of Wonder: stories and crafts for children ages 6 to 10. No registration needed. 

July 1 at 10:00 a.m: Sea Turtles with a mixed media turtle craft

July 8: No Program

July 15: Starfish with a salt dough starfish craft

July 22: Larger Creatures of the Ocean with a suncatcher craft

July 29: Seashells with a keychain craft

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Ocean Arts: craft workshops for youth ages 10 to 18. Registration is required. Please stop by the library or call us at 262-878-2910 to register. 

July 1 at 1:00 p.m: Wall Hanging

July 8: No Program

July 15: Seashell Dish

July 22: Mermaid Sugar Scrub

July 29: Painted Seashells

 

Resources

 

Are you feeling overwhelmed with your homework? Brainfuse can help! Use your library card to connect with a FREE online tutor. Brainfuse is an online tutoring, homework help, writing lab assistance, test prep, video lessons, and study tools website for students of all ages.

BadgerLink is an online index to thousands of magazines, newspapers, and Britannica encyclopedias.  You’ll find great sources for your research papers. It is a project of the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction (DPI), Division for Libraries, Technology, and Community Learning.

An engaging collection of resources that brings books to life! It empowers Elementary School Students, Middle School Students, High School Students, Educators to:
  • Connect deeply with a book you are reading
  • Gain new insights and understanding from award-winning authors
  • Reinforce cultural authenticity and perspectives with diverse books
  • Cultivate a life-long love of reading
  • Find author interviews, lesson plans & interactive activities, discussion guides, and more to support literacy instruction

NoveList K-8 offers children’s reading recommendations created by book experts, discussion guides, reading lists, and more. There are many ways to search for books, for example, by: keyword, author, reading level (Lexile), style, and mood. 

Prepare for important exams like the ACT, SAT, AP Tests, and more.
  • Includes practice tests for ACT, SAT, AP, PSAT/NMSQT, TOEFL iBT, and THEA tests
  • Download and read e-books about writing college admissions essays

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Sat : 9am - 1pm                                                      Sun: Closed

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