Posted on Saturday, July 13, 2013 by Lolo_Librarian
On Wednesday, July 17th at 3:30pm, the Woodland Branch Library will be hosting a fun craft program for teens. The theme of this summer's reading program is "Beneath the Surface," and we'll be getting VERY deep under the surface by making "jellyfish" in plastic bottles. This should be a fun and easy project for all, and you will go home with a neat looking craft to display.
This activity is open to all teens (children aged 11+ can attend too), no registration is required, and as with all library programs it is free of charge. Simply show up at the Woodland Library on 7/17 at 3:30, and be ready to have some fun! Also mark your calendars for August 21st, when Brian Gundy from For Goodness Snakes will be presenting a reptile show at 4:30pm.
Woodland Library is located at 1975 Grant Road in Los Altos; for questions or comments, please call 650-969-6030.
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