Storytimes on BreakPosted: November 22nd, 2014
Storytimes are on break the week of Nov. 24. They resume the first week of December.
Children ages 5 and younger, with an accompanying adult, can enjoy stories, crafts, songs and more in a group setting Mondays at 11 a.m. or Thursdays at 10 a.m. The whole family can enjoy an evening storytime Wednesdays at 6:30 p.m. Let us know you’re coming please, so we can plan. Call 967-3798 to sign up.
Science Fun!Posted: November 20th, 2014
Kids in third grade and older can try some hands-on experiments in the Lightbulb Lab Saturday, Nov. 22 at 2 p.m. Our subject this time: air pressure! Did you know you can poke a potato with a paper straw? Let us know you’re coming so we can plan. Sign up on the calendar or call 967-3798.
Try It Out at Tech Lab!Posted: November 16th, 2014
The eTech Lab is coming to Ritter for a live demonstration and hands-on experience Wednesday, Nov. 19 at 6:30 p.m. Watch brief demonstrations and get a chance to try out all the newest tech gadgets including: wearable technology, like smart watches and fitness trackers; augmented reality, including popular toys and the bestselling “Jack Hunter” 3D adventure books; makerspaces; and streaming devices such as Roku and Apple TV.
This is a great chance to try before you buy – without pressure from a sales clerk – and get your questions answered by an expert, Holly Klingler, emerging technologies librarian from the Northeast Ohio Regional Library System.
Lake Erie Shipwrecks!Posted: November 13th, 2014
A dozen ships went down in the waters of Lake Erie – from the islands to Fairport Harbor. Hear their fateful tale from Carrie Sowden, archaeological director of the Peachman Lake Erie Shipwreck Research Center, at a free program Tuesday, Nov. 18 at 7 p.m. in the Community Room.
Joette in Nova ScotiaPosted: November 8th, 2014
Local resident Joette McDonald presents a very special program about Nova Scotia, New Brunswick and Anne of Green Gables Thursday, Nov. 13 at 7 p.m. She’ll share photos and experiences from her recent travels there and weave in stories about the author of the famous children’s book, “Anne of Green Gables”, which was set there.