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Mon Dec 11, 2023 12:00AM to Sun Dec 17, 2023 12:00AM
Does your child love to tell stories? If your 2nd through 8th grader has a story to tell, we are accepting applications for PICTURE BOOK STORIES written by children through December 15th. Our selection committee will invite the authors of the TOP TEN selections to a ten-week writers' workshop on Sunday afternoons from January 7th through March 10th. There, they will receive the guidance and support to develop their draft into a finished work that...
Do you like books? Are you between 12-18? If the answer to both of those are "yes," we have the thing for you!
Sign up for a book box and we will try to find you your new favorite book!
Registration is required!
It can be difficult to take a moment to stop, slow down, and focus on something that’s good for our well-being. Pick up one of our monthly mindfulness journals filled with prompts to help you focus on your mental health!
Have you always wanted to explore creative writing but never had the chance? Pick up one of our Jólabókaflód-themed creative writing chapbooks filled with creative writing exercises meant to strengthen your creative muscles!
Visit our letter writing station to mail a letter to the North Pole! We'll have paper, writing utensils, and a mail box set up to help you send your letter. With a parent or guardian's permission, leave your mailing address to get a letter mailed back to you!
Get outside and use the sun to create a special type of photograph. Using light-sensitive paper called a cyanotype, we can create images without a camera! Make a special memory from a walk, a visit to a friend, or create a gift for someone special. After you create your Cyanotype, head over to Oklahoma Contemporary to see their free exhibit Art Now! 2023. (Best for ages 4+ with adult assistance.)
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Get outside and use the sun to create a special type of photograph. Using light-sensitive paper called a cyanotype, we can create images without a camera! Make a special memory from a walk, a visit to a friend, or create a gift for someone special. After you create your Cyanotype, head over to Oklahoma Contemporary to see their free exhibit Art...
Learn about the Belle Isle Makerspace with this take home kit!
Did you know that our Makerspace has a sewing machine as well as hand sewing tools available for use?
This kit features materials needed to learn about Sashiko Mending and practice your hand sewing skills.
Be sure to book an appointment in our Makerspace in order to continue practicing your sewing and mending skills via our sewing machine or our hand sewing...
It’s full STEAM ahead! Pick up one of kits to learn about principle in Science, Technology, Art, or Math. We’ll give you the supplies need so you can experiment on your own and learn more about the world around you.
Pickup available at Choctaw, Harrah, Jones, Luther, and Nicoma Park.
Kit’s available while supplies last.
Are you a Narwhal and Jelly fan?! Can you help Narwhal and Jelly become their coolest, superhero selves? Snag this take-home kit for a fun crafternoon with the kiddos.
Enjoy the art of yarn? Love cute animals? This take-home crochet kit includes yarn, a crochet hook, and instructions to make a cute holiday penguin.
Kits are first come, first served.
Have you always wanted to explore creative writing but never had the chance? Are you looking for a supportive community of writers with whom you can share your work? Join us every Sunday where we'll be creating original work and sharing our works in progress.
Interested in learning to play Pokemon? Are you a seasoned pro? Somewhere in between? There is a game for you at Del City Library Pokemon League!
You can bring your own deck or come as a brand new player and learn the basics with fellow trainers! Earn Pokemon-themed prizes for winning matches and accumulate victories to improve your ranking among other Del City Library trainers. We'll provide everything you need: basic decks, mats,...
Create your own shrinking plastic art at home with this take home kit! Make a Christmas ornament for your tree, a keychain for a backpack, a necklace charm, or anything else you can dream up! Adult supervision is required, as use of an oven is required. (Note: A hole punch will be required to create a keychain or other hanging product and will not be provided in the kit.)
Registration begins: Dec. 4
Kit Pick-Up: Dec. 11-17
Celebrate Kwanzaa with this activity take-home kit filled with Kwanzaa-themed coloring sheets, craft , and Kwanzaa bingo game!
Fables, legends, and myths, oh my! Explore a new country each month through local tales and themed crafts. Don't forget to get your Traveling Tales Passport stamped once you finish your kit! This take home kit is available on a first come-first served basis.