Our Get Gross @ the Orion Library program this afternoon led to some delightfully disgusting outdoor art. Ms. Kristen read stories about yucky things, and then the kids painted on the sidewalk with homemade slime! Here’s the no-cook recipe if you want to try it at home: 16-oz. box cornstarch 1 1/2 c. water Food […]
Calling all super hero readers! We are at the half way mark for summer reading. There is still time to sign up, earn fun prizes and be eligible for our grand prizes at the end of summer reading on Saturday, August 22 when Gordon the Magician will perform his fantastic magic show. Sign up today from […]
Maker Camp is a free summer camp for kids and teens that you can do from home. Try a new project every day, go on virtual field trips, build and explore with your family, friends and kids from around the world. Sign up for Maker Camp and start building today!
New this summer is a bonus level for readers in our K-5 Every Hero Has a Story summer reading program. Readers who have earned the first three levels can pick up a bonus sheet, complete 8 of the 12 suggested activities and be eligible to win a basket of goodies and gift cards donated by […]
Make the library your first stop for vacation planning. Pick up an audio book for a road trip. Check out puppets and have your own puppet play. Try a board game from our new Board Game collection. Discover theme kits, geocaching, video games and more @ your library.
Kate DiCamillo, this year’s Ambassador for Young People’s Literature, calls on everyone to make this a super summer of reading! You can join with readers nationwide by signing up for the summer reading program. Earn prizes, come to the library for great programs and have a fun super-hero summer.
Need help with a project or a report? Want to find a new book or series to read? Looking for a new book to download? From our home page click on the Youth tab then scroll down to Student Resources. Some of the databases will ask for your library card number so be sure to […]
A very special thank you to the artist who left this on our new whiteboard! If you have not been to the Youth department lately you may need to stop at the desk and ask for a tour by one of your favorite librarians! Collections have moved, computers have moved, there is new furniture, a […]
It was a rockin’ good time at Scripps Middle School for the 2015 Battle of the Books last Saturday. ONTV was there and the live broadcast of the Battle is scheduled for Wednesday, March 18 during the news at 10:00. Too late to stay up? Missed it? Check it out on ONTV’s You Tube page […]
…the Book Worms and the Greek Geeks! Both teams scored 94 out of 100 points! The Youth Services librarians are so proud of all the fifth graders who participated in Battle of the Books. Thank you to all the coaches, parents, and teachers who encouraged the more than 200 kids […]