A classroom and community favorite, the Erie Canal Traveling Museum brings the world of the Erie Canal to life with an interactive exploration into actual artifacts from the days of the early canal. In 2004, former E.D. Helga MacKinnon initiated
We explore the differences and disputes between the Haudeonsaunee and Gov. DeWitt Clinton- we also explore the respect for nature and the plant life indigenous to the Erie Canal.
Students will learn about electricity and how it relates to the carousel. In the workshop, they will use squishy circuits to learn about closed and open circuits. Students will use conductive play dough to experiment with circuits in groups. Programming
Minerva Free Library Hosts Merry and Bright Puzzle Party Wondering what we mean when we say a “jigsaw puzzle party”? Well, it’s a social gathering that centers around laughs, snacks, beverages, and solving a jigsaw puzzle with a group of friends.
Enjoy Holiday sweets Give your letter to Santa Get your photo taken with Santa Print your Letter to Santa off here: North Pole Express Mail
We are very excited to be hosting Vicky Boehmer for a Fundraiser for the library October 25th from 6-8 pm. Vicky will teach us how to make Fall decorations – Please plan to attend this fun event. If interested, sign
Join us on Saturday, October 15, Between 10AM and Noon For a STORYWALK Of this Popular Book Room on the Broom. It will begin at the library and go around the school parking lot block. The Participants will visit each
B.A.C.A. stands for Bikers Against Child Abuse. But did you know that there is a chapter nearby in northwest Pennsylvania? On October 11, we invite you to meet the members of our local B.A.C.A. chapter at the Minerva Free Library