Courtesy of Penn Center, the St Helena Branch Library will host the Bostick Mini Quilt Display from October 1st-31st. These quilts are examples of the quilts used during the Underground Railroad that provided messages for Harriet Tubman who was traveling in the region to take escaped slaves safely to the North. Dr.
Do you like to play video games? Have you always wanted to learn how to make your own? Come join us in a mini-session to learn the basics of Unreal Development Kit- a free level design software that the pros use such as Bioshock and the Batman: Arkham series. Limited to 10 students, ages 11-17. Call 255-6547 to reserve your spot today!
School’s out, so drop in between 2:00-4:30 to test your hitting skills. We’ll use Wii baseball to see who our very own homerun kings are, so come on by and give it a swing! For kids in kindergarten and up.
The Children’s Room at St. Helena Library will be accepting small decorated (no cutting allowed!) pumpkins throughout the month of October. Prizes for 1st, 2nd and 3rd place will be awarded the night of the festival. Your pumpkin decoration must be related to a book in some way. Check our Facebook page at www.facebook.com/sthelenabranchlibrary to see examples. Carved pumpkins will not be accepted.
The air is crisp, the wind’s blowing, and a mysterious figure moves through the Spanish moss. It must be time for Halloween! Local storytellers will weave ghostly tales by lantern-light. Dress warm, bring a chair or blanket, and settle in to be spooked! This program will immediately follow the Halloween Fun Festival and Pumpkin Decorating Contest. Program is intended for adults, teens, and older children.