Children of all ages are invited to an animated Drive-in Movie on Saturday, Jan. 16, from 10:00-11:30 a.m., in Rodman Auditorium. Laugh with Dracula and his monster friends at his high-end resort as he tries to protect his daughter from a human boyfriend. You may bring your own blanket or previously made cardboard box car. Children of all ages are invited—under10 years of age must be accompanied by an adult. No registration is needed. Rated PG. Call 330-821-2665, ext. 223, for more information.
Children of all ages are invited to two animated Drive-in Movies on Saturdays, Jan. 9, and Jan. 16, both from 10:00-11:30 a.m., in Rodman Auditorium. On the 9th, watch a movie about the world’s first female super-villain who recruits the “little yellow guys” and then plots to take over the world. Then, on the 16th, laugh with Dracula and his monster friends at his high-end resort as he tries to protect his daughter from a human boyfriend. You may bring your own blanket or previously made cardboard box car.
Witness the beauty of the four seasons at Walborn Reservoir captured by Alliance photographer Brian Snyder in his opening program and photography display on Monday, Jan. 11, at 7 p.m. The program takes place in the Rodman Auditorium where he will discuss his work and be open for questions. The four-year project culminated in a three month exhibition of his breathtaking pictures in the fall of 2014 at Stark Park’s Exploration Gateway.
The 2015 Fogle Author Series presents its final author, Cinda Williams Chima. “New York Times bestselling author Cinda Williams Chima grew up with talking animals and tough Barbies. She nearly failed first grade because she was always daydreaming instead of listening. By junior high, she was writing novels in class, which were often confiscated.
SPARK program. (jm)
Todd Parr, noted children’s author of books for young children, will be speaking at the Rodman Public Library on Wednesday, November 18 from 6:30-7:30 p.m. in the main library auditorium. He loves interacting with kids! During his presentation, Parr talks about being an author/illustrator, reads from four to five of his books (he has written more than 40), plays a game, does original sketches on an easel and conducts a Q&A with the kids and adults. At the end of his session in the auditorium, Parr will move to the Children’s Program Room, where he will be available to sign copies of his books. Six of his titles are currently available to purchase at 50% off the retail cost in the main library Children’s Department and will also be available to purchase at the event, including his most recent book, The Goodbye Book, just released November 3. Through the lens of a pet fish who has lost his companion, Todd Parr tells a moving and wholly accessible story about saying goodbye. Touching upon the host of emotions children experience, he reminds readers that it's okay not to know all the answers, and that someone will always be there to support them.
Teens, ages 12-18, just in time for the holidays, join us and Hot Pots in the main auditorium on Thursday, Dec. 17, at 3:00 p.m., to create your one-of-a-kind picture frame with glass and easel-back for holiday gift giving (or to keep for yourself). Hot Pots will give each participant a frame that they can personally decorate with colorful glaze. All supplies will be furnished. Hot Pots will then take participants’ creations back to the store for the firing process. Finished products will be available for pick up at the main library or the Hot Pots store on Tuesday, Dec. 22.