A great time was had by all, as the kiddos built and painted their own wooden truck. The children learned how to use a clamp and wood glue as well as the importance of aligning all the parts. A BIG thank you to the Immohrs for donating their time and talent to the Junior Library!
I had a bit of trouble with our camera, so I am just posting photos of the fabulous woodworking program we had on Saturday, May 9th. The kids had a blast (and I think the parents did too!) As always, thanks to The Immohrs for donating their time and their talent to the children in our community!
We had an AMAZING program today hosted by Mr. & Mrs. Immohr. The kids had the opportunity to use some tools for the very first time. They glued, hammered, and sawed …. It was so great to be part of their enthusiasm. Thank you to the Immohrs who donated their time and their talent!
Don’t miss this amazing workshop hosted by Mr. and Mrs. Immohr. Children in grades 3-5 will construct a wooden, adjustable, marble-maze run. Saturday, February 21st from 10:00 – 12:00. Limited to 10. Advanced registration is required. This is a free program. All talent and materials donated by the Mr. and Mrs. Immohr. Interested? Please call the library 860.354.6937 or email email@example.com
Children will be using a saw, a miter box, screw drivers, and a drill to construct this AWESOME marble-run which measures 31″ x 16.
We are so fortunate to have patrons who share their time and talent with the kiddos of the town. This past Saturday, November 8th, Mr. and Mrs. Immohr held a workshop for grades 3-5. Thank you to the Immohrs for all they do for our library!