View from inside tent looking out to campfire and forest.

Below are some great resources to help you create the best camping experience. 

 

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Available on Hoopla

Person holding the hand of a woman. Each have bracelets around their wrists.

Hoopla has many crafting ebooks for all ages. Here are a few about friendship bracelets. 

 

Photo by Chinh Le Duc on Unsplash

 

Kids and Teens:

  • Friendship Bracelets 101: Easy-To-Follow instructions using  embroidery floss for kids and teens.
  • Spectacular Friendship Bracelets: learn to make 35 colorful and classic designs ranging from simple to complicated. These friendship bracelets are chic and simple accessories for you and your best friend to wear on any occasion. 

  • Ultimate Friendship Bracelets Kit: Friendship bracelets never go out of style. And with this fun friendship bracelet eBook, they're easier and more fun than ever! 

 

Adults:

  • Friendship Bracelets All Grown Up: Transform ordinary friendship bracelets from middle school memories to chic contemporary pieces you'll be proud to wear. 
  • Charm Love Friendship Bracelets: A new take on the classic friendship bracelet with 35 fresh, fashionable, and modern designs! 
  • 100 Beautiful Bracelets: Handmade bracelets don't have to look homemade. With designs for 100 different bracelets, this book offers a style for every taste and skill level. 

 

Back to Make a Friendship Bracelet page. 

Stuck at home and need something to do? Check out these online resources for kids. 

Online Stories:

  • Bookflix: interactively explore fiction and non-fiction books.
  • Funbrain: K-8 online books. 
  • StoryWeaver: online picture books available in 120 languages.
  • Tumblebooks: great online books.

Educational:

Looking for date night ideas? Try a multiplayer video game! Team up with cooperative games or battle it out with competitive games. 

Cooperative

Work together to make delicious dishes for customers! Your teamwork and communication skills will shine in this funny game. Also available for Xbox One and Nintendo Switch

The top 10 games of the decade according to Gamer Informer magazine were;

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Tiny Tea Time

Tea cup with tea inside. Daisies are sprinkled around the cup.

Put on your fancy clothes and join us for Tiny Tea Time! Participants will drink tea and juice from tiny cups and eat tiny sandwiches. While socializing with others, participants can make fancy crafts and play games. Fancy clothes are encouraged but not required. 

  • Ages 6-8
  • Registration Required (opens February 20th)

 

Image by congerdesign from Pixabay

Upcoming sessions

There are no upcoming sessions available.

2019 was a great year for video games! For the Canton Public Library, here are the games you took home the most.

The most popular game was Let's Go Pikachu for the Nintendo Switch.

The most popular PS4 game was a three way tie: Spider-Man, Lego DC Super Villains, and Red Dead Redemption II. 

Just Dance Together

Join us on Monday, February 17th to play the dancing game: Just Dance. Can you keep up with the dancer on the big screen as we dance together? Participants are encourage to match the moves of the dancer on the big screen or make up your own moves. 

  • Recommended ages 6 and up
  • No Registration
  • Limited Space

Upcoming sessions

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The Game Awards announced the winners for 2019. Did your favorite make the list? Have you played all the games on the list? Check out any you missed today.

  • Game of The Year
  • Best Action/Adventure Game

 

  • Game of The Year
  • Best Action/Adventure Game

Escape Room: Time Machine Emergency

Work together with other participants to find hidden clues, solve puzzles, and complete tasks in order to escape. Escape rooms are a fun activity that tests your problem solving skills while making new friends. Can you make it out in time?

 

The theme for this escape room is Time Machine Emergency. Participants have been accidentally transported back into the past by a malfunctioning time machine. The time machine is heavily damaged and will self-destruct in 45 minutes. Participants only have tools from the past to help them repair the broken time machine in order to return to the present. This is the same escape room from January 25th. Please do not register if you have already participated in January. Image by Genty from Pixabay 

 

  • Ages 11-18
  • Registration is required
  • Registration begins March 24th.
  • This program will begin promptly at 2:05 PM, latecomers cannot be accommodated. 

Upcoming sessions

There are no upcoming sessions available.

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