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There’s still time to catch Ken Lonnquist!

For my family, summer in the Chippewa Valley is all about music, so we were so excited to watch the Ken Lonnquist concert as part of the Summer Library Program. There is still time to watch the show with your family this week! We’ll also be tuning in next Thursday, July 30th at 6 pm […]

A Touch of Magic Comedy Show

Join the Summer Library Program as we welcome A Touch of Magic: Mixed Nuts Comedy Show next week, Wednesday, July 29th at 1 pm. Head to the library’s virtual performances page to get your Zoom access link. Until then, warm-up your funny bone by impressing your family with your own comedy routine. Hoopla has an […]

Dog Man Virtual Meet-Ups

Hey, supa-buddies! Sarah Hatoff has an important report on Dog Man Virtual Meet-ups set for NEXT WEEK. Don’t forget to sign up! Sign Up Link! More information on this awesome event is available on our DIY Discovery page.

Virtual Performances: Science Tellers

Hey friends! I just finished watching Dragons: Return of the Ice Sorceress by the Science Tellers as part of the Summer Library Program. What a show! I’m so inspired to try out my own experiments at home now. There are so many great STEAM books in the library catalog and on Hoopla to help me […]

DIY Discovery: Create a Book Cover

Thank you to Jason Reynolds, author and National Ambassador for Young People’s Literature, for this project. This prompt comes from the Right. Write. Rite video series, part of Reynold’s Grab the Mic campaign. Download this book cover template printable and gather items from home to create your project, or request a program bag with all […]

Need help finding a new book?

Are you looking a for a new book? Youth Services wants to help with your search! We can place up to 10 books on hold for you, and then your grown-ups can pick them up using the library pick-up service when they are ready. To get started, we just need to know what kind of […]

Riddle Me This

Over the last few weeks, I’ve been inspired by the creativity and positive spirit of our community. One of my favorite examples of this is a house in my neighborhood that hangs a daily riddle, written in marker on white paper, on their front door. My family is always eager to see what the new […]

LEGO Challenge: Blind Build

As we’re sheltering at home, some activities may start to get old. But, using our imaginations and LEGOs to create structures, creatures, and inventions is not one of them. With that in mind, it’s time for another LEGO challenge! LEGO Blind Build Challenge How to play: 1. Create two identical piles of bricks. 2. Sit […]

Riddle: Crossing the River

Kids, do you love a good riddle? If you do, we challenge you to solve our Crossing the River riddle! While we provide our answer below, we’d love to hear your solutions. Email us at ysstaff@eauclaire.lib.wi.us to share your solutions and photos! Riddle: Crossing the River You have a dinosaur, a pack of fruit snacks, […]