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The challenge for the builders this month was to create the ultimate superhero or super villain hideout!

  • Genghis Khan was made by two young ladies that wanted to make a villain hideout.
  • I'm Watching You was made by Alexandria. This villain hideout captures people and has a siren alarm for anyone who tries to escape or come in.
  • Sharigan was made by Saif and Ali. This villain hideout has cars, a flag, and guards.
  • Superhero Base was made by Fatima. This hero hideout included instruments, four people, and a flag.
  • Villain Base was made by Khalid. This hideout had several moving traps, an airplane, and car.
  • Dragonfly was also made by Fatima. This hideout had a roof, flags, and a guard.
  • The Breeeze was made by Courtney. This villain hideout had an elephant trunk, a watering can for the villains plants, a satellite dish for an umbrella, and a pet spider.
  • Villain Boat was created by Khole. This villain hideout had a portal and an event-able excite-a-boat. 
  • Something was created by Teja. It is so secret, that we only know it does.....something!
  • Hero Base was created by David. This hideout includes an archer, a launcher, guards with swords, gold, and a boss.
  • DC Villain Hideout was created by Kavin. This hideout has a flag, an eye that scans everyone who enters, a lava pool that you have to wear a red mask so you can swim in, a secret watch parrot, and an octopus for a pet. 

Did you finish watching Captain Marvel and want more? Check out these comics that feature the characters and storylines that inspired the movie. 

The movie was mostly based on this run of Carol Danvers. Start reading here with volume one.

Captain Marvel. 2, Stay fly by Kelly Sue DeConnick

If you want to see more of Goose, Captain Marvel's "cat", be sure to read this volume of Captain Marvel. 

Paper Flowers

Join us over spring break to create paper flowers! Each participant will create their own bouquet of flowers to take home. This program encourages creativity, imagination, and sharing their work with other artists.

  • Registration Required
  • Ages 7-10

Upcoming sessions

Tuesday, April 2 - 2:00 PM to 3:00 PM Community Room Register

Looking for books to read with your child for Black History Month? Here are just a few of our books we have about African American history and African American biographies. 

Dream big, little one by Vashti Harrison

Tired of going to the gym? Gamify your workout with one of our exercise video games! These fun games help you get in shape on YOUR time in the comfort of YOUR own home. Also you can use our Spark Your Year packet to set goals and stay motivated. 

For this month, Lego engineers were challenged to build a Winter Wonderland Vehicle.

The requirements were;

  • Movement: how will your vehicle move through large amounts of snow?
  • Comfort: how does your vehicle keep you safe and warm?
  • Style: what makes your vehicle unique, cool, and awesome?

What did you play in 2018? Here are a few favorites of the Canton Public Library staff.

Lisa

Salt Snowflakes

Express your creativity over winter break through painting! Each participant will learn the salt painting technique to create colorful snowflakes. This program encourages creativity, imagination, and sharing their work with other artists.

  • Registration Required, Starts December 21st
  • Ages 7-10

 

 

Image: Two Tracked Mind by McBeth under Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 2.0 Generic (CC BY-NC-ND 2.0) License.

Upcoming sessions

There are no upcoming sessions available.

Halloween is my favorite Holiday! Here is my the list of materials I want to read, watch, and listen to this Halloween. 

It's Halloween, & Snoopy is playing a World War II ace, Charlie Brown, Lucy, & Pig Pen are out trick-or-treating, and Linus is awaiting the arrival of the Great Pumpkin.

Jack Skellington, the Pumpkin King of Halloweentown, gets bored and kidnaps Santa after he learns of the wonder of Christmas. Digitally restored and remastered. Special features include Burton's short film Vincent, several featurettes, and lots more.

Check out the following picture books that feature Muslim characters. 

Mommy's khimar by Jamilah Thompkins-Bigelow
Saffron ice cream by illustrator Rashin Kheiriyeh
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