Your Abilene Public Library has added some new videos to our online account for you to watch to always offer you something fresh. Take a look below what those new episodes are, and all at once.
Crafty Creations #42: Fun with Patriotic Crafts, Part 3
Librarians Tremain Jackson & Alyssa Crow provide you with a new episode of this long-running monthly show tying popular children's literature with great craft projects for kids. Plus, we're joined by your Information Services Manager Janis Test to provide you some quick information about what your library has to offer you. We're making Patriotic Crafts with showing you how to make some Q-Tip Fireworks and CD Spinners. Plus, you can catch this show on TV Channel 7 through the Abilene Television Network on Sundays at 5:30 p.m., Mondays at 1:00 p.m., and Thursdays at 8:00 a.m.
Project Teen #17: Making Candy Sushi
Jessica Reyes returns to give you another episode of the popular show that's attracting a ton of views since it debuted. For this month, she'll show you how to make some Candy Sushi, which once you've made it, you'll want to make it all the time. This was a popular program at the library for teens held in June, so we're showing you how to make it online.
Summer Fun @ Your Library 2012
As a special video, we attended a ton of programs held during the first month of the Summer Reading Club and we wanted to show you all the great programming your library has to offer. Check it out and then look for attending some of the many programs we've got planned for July.
July's Event Highlights @ Your Library
Many of you follow our upcoming events in a number of ways, including the newspaper, our website, flyers, and television; join Tremain Jackson and Alyssa Crow as we highlight some of the events going on across all Abilene Public Library locations in July.
Zoo Education @ Your Library
Joy Harsh, Education Curator at the Abilene Zoo, is making her visits to the library for the summer and we took some footage of her first visit, to the Main Library, where she brought some bird friends with her to teach kids about them. She'll be making stops to each location, featuring new animals for kids to see (and touch too), in this popular summer series of programming at your library.
Be sure to check with us at the start of each month to get a glimpse at the latest videos we've added to our online sites.
Post Contributed by Tremain Jackson, South Branch Manager