SNOWFLAKE — Youngsters, ages five to 12, can create unique craft projects and explosion greeting cards on Mondays in June, between 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., during the free Discovery Nest program at Northland Pioneer College’s Snowflake/Taylor Silver Creek Campus library, 1611 S. Main St., in the Learning Center.
“All are welcome to participate in these free Discovery Nest activities, but children must be accompanied by an adult over 18 at all times,” notes Luann Crosby, NPC associate librarian and program coordinator. “When we offered Discovery Nest activities last June and December, they were very popular with children and adults,” continues Crosby. “We had youngsters creating and learning about origami. The explosion cards were a huge hit with the kids.”
On June 3, create a Gel Fish Card with a fish and ocean theme and using hair gel to create a water effect. Youngsters can construct a personalized Father’s Day Spiral Pop-up Card with a space theme and spiral element on June 10.
On June 17, build a Heart Greeting Card with a fun pop-up heart inside. Back by popular demand is the Explosion Box with an origami surprise when you remove the lid on June 24.
For additional information about the Discovery Nest program, contact Luann Crosby, associate librarian, 536-6220.
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