Archive for 07/2020

DPPL Storytime

Virtual Storytime: Casey At The Bat & Take Me Out To The Ball Game

Hey Kiddos! It's time for DPPL Storytime. We miss you all and hope you will tune in for a new episode each week. We miss you all and hope you will tune in for a new episode each week. This week, we're celebrating the start of baseball season. Miss Stephanie will read the classic poem Casey At The Bat by Ernest Lawrence Thayer, followed by Miss Becky (wearing her favorite team's jersey) singing Take Me Out To The Ball Game! Don't forget, you can follow us on Facebook or Instagram to see more virtual programming like this!

Wednesday Crafternoons

It’s Wednesday. Let’s Go On A Scavenger Hunt!

2017 Spot It

Every summer, Youth Services launches a new scavenger hunt. 

One with fun cartoon characters hidden throughout the 2nd floor. 

And a totally awesome PRIZE!

Oh, the good old days. 

While we can't do one in-person this year,
2018 Map It
we do have a craft that makes up for it. 

Well, almost.

The plus side is that this "scavenger hunt" will last FOREVER! 

You can do it over and over again until you get sick of it or you lose it, whichever comes first. 

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Great DPPL Bake-Along

The Queen of Hearts’ Fruit Tarts

Cover, Alice's Adventures in Wonderland
Welcome to another edition of DPPL's favorite literary-quarantining-baking series!

This week: we bake the Queen of Hearts' infamous Fruit Tarts from Alice's Adventures in Wonderland by Lewis Carroll. 

AND we invite YOU to bake along with us.

Reserve the book here

Check out the ebook with Overdrive here

Read the full text online here

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DPPL Storytime

Virtual Storytime: Brown Bear, Brown Bear, What Do You See?

Hey Kiddos! It's time for DPPL Storytime. We miss you all and hope you will tune in for a new episode each week. On this episode, Miss Elizabeth reads Brown Bear, Brown Bear, What Do You See? written by Bill Martin, Jr. and illustrated by Eric Carle. Don't forget, you can follow us on Facebook or Instagram to see more virtual programming like this!