Loon Lake Library

The Loon Lake Library has had a busy summer, and will continue to offer some of these special events for an extended period. There’s a little something for all ages and activities to suit a variety of interests. These are great chances to get out of the house and enjoy some time with friends.

Creativity For A Good Time

The Kids Craft Club meets at 4pm on the first Tuesday of each month through November. They started having these fun creative gatherings in July, when they made felt owls.

Their upcoming crafts are..

  • September 4th – Keychains
  • October 2nd – Glass Dome Magnets
  • November 6th – Bookmarks

All ages are welcome to come play. The younger kids may need help with their projects, so please be prepared to stay with your little ones while they craft.

Building A Bright Future

Lego bricks have been a kid favorite for decades; now the Loon Lake Library is sharing their Lego collection with the Block Builders. Every Thursday throughout the month of August, play time starts at 2pm. You can either take part in challenges, or just build and play your own way.

Making Notes

The library has some fun for the grown ups too. Bullet Journaling has become a big thing.  It’s an efficient way to organize your to-do’s, as well as plan for the future. Join other journaling enthusiasts on the second Tuesday of each month, starting at 5pm. Stop in to learn about the process!

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