This Week at Commack Library: Volunteering, Jelly Beans and Wii

This spring break, keep the kids busy with art projects, Wii Fit.

Activities are light this week, but there is at least one for each age group happening on spring break at the . Be sure to sign up your high school students for a community service project to beautify the library by planting flowers and plants in the front of the building.

Wednesday, April 20

High School Teens Volunteer: Grades 9-12
Time: 1-4 p.m.
Description: Do some community service on your spring break and help to beautify the library by planting flowers and plants in the front of the library building. Students can stop by any time between 1 p.m. and 4 p.m. to plant. This will be an ongoing project for students to earn more community service hours each month.
Location: Community Room

Thursday, April 21

Thursday Afternoon at the Movies: Unstoppable
Time: 2-3:30 p.m.
Description: Unstoppable stars Denzel Washington as a veteran train engineer who works with a young conductor to help stop a runaway train transporting toxic chemicals from causing a disaster of epic proportions. This movie is rated PG 13.
Location: Community Room

Jellybean Art: Grades 6-12
Time: 6:30-7:30 p.m.
Description: In honor of Friday being National Jellybean Day, preteens and teens can celebrate early by making jellybean art that will be displayed in the library display case, and of course, sampling the jellybeans.
Location: Community Room

Friday, April 22

Are You Game?
Time: 1-5 p.m.
Description: Join friends and neighbors every Friday for an afternoon game of bridge or mahjong.
Location: Community Room

Saturday, April 23

Wii “R” Fit: Grades 3-5
Time: 10-11:30 a.m.
Description: Get active with Wii Fit at the library in a class led by Ms. Diane. Be sure to have your child dress comfortably and wear socks.
Location: Community Room


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