Holmes County District Public Library January 2023 Events & Programs

Holmes County District Public Library January 2023 Events & Programs  

Call the library at 330-674-5972 for more information or to register for any of these events: 

 January Craft Kit for Teens – Available at the Central Library or East Branch  Pick up a STEAM “Electrolysis of Water” Craft Kit containing supplies to conduct a science experiment that breaks down water molecules.

Reading is Snow Much Fun Kids Winter Reading Program – January 3rd through February 18th.  The winter reading program for ages 2-13 includes reading and completing BINGO cards to become eligible for prizes. Registration is required.

Storytime! @ the East Branch – Wednesdays @ 10:30am, January 4th, 11th, 18th, 25th Ages 2-5 with an adult are invited to join us for stories, activities, and songs!

Storytime! @ the Central Library – Fridays @ 10:30am, January 6th, 13th, 20th, & 27th Ages 2-5 with an adult, are invited for stories, activities, and songs!

Winter Craft for Adults, Monday, January 9th @ 6pm at the Central Library Embrace the winter season by crafting a snowflake wall hanging using string art style.  Registration is required.

STEAMKids Club – Tuesday, January 10th @ 6 pm at the Central Library Ages 8-12 will explore science, technology, engineering, art, and math through fun, hands-on activities and will learn to navigate Hexbugs through a maze they create! Registration is required.

Booktalk for Teens – The Ultimate Scholarship Book by Gen & Kelly TanabeThursday, January 12th from 6pm – 6:30pm at the Central Library  Along with an informational overview of the book, there will be time for individual exploration of the resources it provides. Intended for ages 12-18; drinks and snacks will be provided.

Paws to Read – Saturday, January 14th, from 11am – 12pm at the Central Library. Kids are invited to read to a licensed therapy dog from Caring Therapy Canines.

Family Movie Matinee – Saturday, January 21st @ 11 am at the Central Library Showing on the big screen, enjoy this movie about a boy struggling to fit in at his new school when he discovers a singing crocodile living in the attic of his home. Bring a comfy chair or blanket, snacks, and a drink. Children must be with an adult. Call the library for the movie title, rated PG.

LEGO Building Night, Monday, January 23rd from 5:30 – 6:45pm at the Central Library Kids ages 6 – 12 can join us for some LEGO building fun. LEGOs and ideas are provided.

Book Discussion for Adults, Tuesday, January 31st @ 1pm at the Central Library – discussing “The Alice Network” by Kate Quinn and @ 6pm at Jitters Coffee House – discussing “Little Fires Everywhere” by Celeste Ng. Books are available to borrow at the Central Library. 


Jan 01 - 31 2023


10:00 am - 7:00 pm
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