This week at Lego Club we decided to celebrate National Cable Car Day (January 17) TODAY by creating our own versions of cable cars with legos! Check out what we came up with below:
Come join us next week to find out what our new theme will be! Have a great week!
We're baaaaack!! The winter cycle of Lego Club is in full swing now at the library. We started off this first week with the theme of Ellis Island, since Ellis Island Day was January 1. We first learned a little about what Ellis Island is and then built ways to get to this American landmark as well as different structures that one may see there. Check them out below!
We're off to a great start this winter! Hope to see everyone next week!
Did you receive an eReader for a holiday gift? Not sure where to begin to download ebooks? Need extra help? Join Jessica our Reference Librarian for our ebooks Boot Camp. Beginning Monday, January 7 she will concentrate on a different eReader at 6:00 each evening.
Kindle--Monday, January 7 at 6:00 pm
iPad--Tuesday, January 8 at 6:00 pm
Nook, Sony and all other eReaders--Wednesday, January 9 at 6:00 pm
Don't miss the opportunity to get your electronic reading device ready for a downloadable book!
Where does the time go? During our LAST week of Lego Club for Fall 2012, we drew on the upcoming holiday for our challenge inspiration. Specifically, we focused on Native Americans and tried to recreate some items found within their communities. Check them out below!
Lego Club will be taking a break for some holiday programming during the month of December. Check back in with us the first week of January for more Lego Club updates! Have a happy and safe holiday season!
Did you know that November is Historic Bridge Awareness Month? Neither did we til today! We decided to use bridges as our inspiration for this week's lego challenge. Check them out below!
Next week is our LAST week of Fall Lego Club so feel free to join us before we take a break for holiday programming in December!