In the art category
Let’s Make…Cardboard Masks!
Oct 14, 2017— 11:00 am Come get creative with cardboard! With recycled materials, collage, and paint, we will craft unique masks. This program is for ages 5-12. No sign-up required!
On Wednesday, September 6th, from 3-6 PM, join LPL and Cosplay Convention Center for Pre-Con Mini-Con in LPL’s Callahan Hall. The event will serve as an introduction to comic cons as a warm-up
International Dot Day, is a global celebration of creativity, courage and collaboration that began when a teacher introduced his classroom to Peter H. Reynolds’ picture book The Dot . Join us for a
Foul Papers and Bad Quartos: Shakespeare’s Changing Texts
Is there such a thing as a definitive edition of one of Shakespeare’s plays? Even the casual reader or theatergoer may notice small and sometimes large discrepancies between published and acting edi
On Saturday, July 29th, the Lewiston Public Library will be hosting a cupcake decorating event. Community members are invited to decorate a cupcake of their choosing with frosting and other edible pie
Digital Bling Bar
Stop by LPL and bling it up! We’ll be making jewelry and fashion accessories that light up with LEDs! Learn how to create a circuit that you can wear! The program is free and open to teens and a
Adult & Teen Tie Dye!
The fun of tie dyeing isn’t just for little kids! Teens and adults are welcome to join us as we add color and swirls to various items using rubber bands! Class is free and open to teens and adul
Let’s Make…Lego Crayons!
Come create your very own Lego Crayons to take home! Using silicone molds, we will melt crayons to make new ones shaped like Lego and Lego people. We will also take out the Library’s Lego toys t
Beyond Finger Paint: What Will You Build?
Beyond Finger Paint is an art program geared toward kids ages 3-6. Projects are chosen to be open-ended, and to encourage creative exploration and sensory development. This month we will explore what
Light Up Bookmarks
You can never have too many bookmarks! Come make some that light up with a flip of a switch! Using conductive thread, we’ll sew a complete soft circuit with its own off/on switch and LED light.