Registration Required

Snowman Crafts

Warm up with these wintery snowman crafts! Make a melted snowman sensory bottle and snowman snow measuring stick.

Registration is required, so please call the hosting branch to reserve a spot. Intended for kids 4 to 8 years old.

Concord Branch
517-905-1379
Monday, Dec. 3rd at 4 pm

Eastern Branch
517-788-4074
Thursday, Dec. 6th at 5 pm

Hanover Branch
517-905-1399
Monday, Dec. 10th at 4 pm

Parma Branch
517-531-4908
Wednesday, Dec. 12th at 12 pm (noon)

Springport Branch
517-905-1459
Saturday, Dec.  22nd at 12 pm (noon)

Summit Branch
517-783-4030
Thursday, Jan. 3rd at 4 pm

Spring Arbor Branch
517-750-2030
Friday, Jan. 4th at 11 am

Henrietta Branch
517-769-6537
Wednesday, Jan. 9th at 11 am

Brooklyn Branch
517-905-1369
Tuesday,  Jan. 15th at 4 pm

Grass Lake Branch
517-522-8211
Thursday, Jan. 24th at 4 pm

Meijer Branch
517-788-4480
Wednesday, Jan. 30th at 4 pm

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Terra Cotta Pot Snowman

Leave the snow outside, while bringing the snowmen indoors. Create your own terra cotta snowman.

Registration required, so please call the Eastern Branch at (517) 788-4074 to save your spot.

Intended for Adults.

Clay Snowmen

Keep a piece of winter with you all year long with this adorable clay snowman!  We’ll use air dry clay to make these snowmen who will stick around long after the winter snow has melted.  Space is limited and registration is required.

Intended for Kids 8-17.

Homemade snowman ornaments polymer clay crafts

Princess & Superhero Party (EVENT FULL)

Calling all Superheroes and Princesses- you are invited to a party! We will have fun games, snacks, activities & crafts. Dressing up in your superhero and princess gear is encouraged, but don’t worry if you don’t have a costume- we will be making some props of our own.

Registration is required. Please call 517-788-4087 (ext 1331) for more information or to register.

The event is currently full.

Intended for Children, Ages 3-8.

Snowman Crafts

Warm up with these wintery snowman crafts! Make a melted snowman sensory bottle and snowman snow measuring stick.

Registration is required, so please call the hosting branch to reserve a spot. Intended for kids 4 to 8 years old.

Concord Branch
517-905-1379
Monday, Dec. 3rd at 4 pm

Eastern Branch
517-788-4074
Thursday, Dec. 6th at 5 pm

Hanover Branch
517-905-1399
Monday, Dec. 10th at 4 pm

Parma Branch
517-531-4908
Wednesday, Dec. 12th at 12 pm (noon)

Springport Branch
517-905-1459
Saturday, Dec.  22nd at 12 pm (noon)

Summit Branch
517-783-4030
Thursday, Jan. 3rd at 4 pm

Spring Arbor Branch
517-750-2030
Friday, Jan. 4th at 11 am

Henrietta Branch
517-769-6537
Wednesday, Jan. 9th at 11 am

Brooklyn Branch
517-905-1369
Tuesday,  Jan. 15th at 4 pm

Grass Lake Branch
517-522-8211
Thursday, Jan. 24th at 4 pm

Meijer Branch
517-788-4480
Wednesday, Jan. 30th at 4 pm

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Nebula Slime

Have a galactic time making glitter nebula slime! We’ll explore the wonders of space along the way. Registration is required, please call the hosting branch to reserve a spot.

Intended for Kids Ages 6-14.

Hosting Branches, Dates, & Times:

Spring Arbor Branch
Wednesday, January 2nd @ 11 am

Carnegie Library
Saturday, January 5th @ 2 pm

Concord Branch
Monday, January 7th @ 4 pm

Parma Branch
Wednesday, January 9th @ 12 pm

Hanover Branch
Monday, January 14th @ 4 pm

Eastern Branch
Monday, January 31st @ 2pm

Grass Lake Branch
Thursday, February 2nd @ 4 pm

Springport Branch
Saturday, February 2nd @ 12 pm

Napoleon Branch
Thursday, February 14th @ 4 pm

Meijer Branch
Wednesday,  February 20th @ 5:30pm

Tetris Magnets

Are you a fan of Tetris or do you know a fan of Tetris? Show off that Tetris appreciation with this fun craft! These magnets are perfect for lockers or fridges, and they even make a great gift!

Registration Required, so please call the Meijer Branch at 517.788.4480 to save a spot.

Intended for Children & Teens (Ages 7 & Up).

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Snowman Mason Jars

This mason jar snowman will melt your heart!  We’ll use mason jars, yarn and glue to make an adorable snowman candle holder or vase.

Space is limited and registration is required. Please call the Brooklyn Branch at (517) 905-1369 to save a spot.

Intended for Adults.

 Christmas DIY Ideas

Nebula Slime

Have a galactic time making glitter nebula slime! We’ll explore the wonders of space along the way. Registration is required, please call the hosting branch to reserve a spot.

Intended for Kids Ages 6-14.

Hosting Branches, Dates, & Times:

Spring Arbor Branch
Wednesday, January 2nd @ 11 am

Carnegie Library
Saturday, January 5th @ 2 pm

Concord Branch
Monday, January 7th @ 4 pm

Parma Branch
Wednesday, January 9th @ 12 pm

Hanover Branch
Monday, January 14th @ 4 pm

Eastern Branch
Monday, January 31st @ 2pm

Grass Lake Branch
Thursday, February 2nd @ 4 pm

Springport Branch
Saturday, February 2nd @ 12 pm

Napoleon Branch
Thursday, February 14th @ 4 pm

Meijer Branch
Wednesday,  February 20th @ 5:30pm

Snowman Crafts

Warm up with these wintery snowman crafts! Make a melted snowman sensory bottle and snowman snow measuring stick.

Registration is required, so please call the hosting branch to reserve a spot. Intended for kids 4 to 8 years old.

Concord Branch
517-905-1379
Monday, Dec. 3rd at 4 pm

Eastern Branch
517-788-4074
Thursday, Dec. 6th at 5 pm

Hanover Branch
517-905-1399
Monday, Dec. 10th at 4 pm

Parma Branch
517-531-4908
Wednesday, Dec. 12th at 12 pm (noon)

Springport Branch
517-905-1459
Saturday, Dec.  22nd at 12 pm (noon)

Summit Branch
517-783-4030
Thursday, Jan. 3rd at 4 pm

Spring Arbor Branch
517-750-2030
Friday, Jan. 4th at 11 am

Henrietta Branch
517-769-6537
Wednesday, Jan. 9th at 11 am

Brooklyn Branch
517-905-1369
Tuesday,  Jan. 15th at 4 pm

Grass Lake Branch
517-522-8211
Thursday, Jan. 24th at 4 pm

Meijer Branch
517-788-4480
Wednesday, Jan. 30th at 4 pm

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