Please join us for an Open House to celebrate our Library’s 12th Anniversary of reopening on Saturday, November 16th, 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Programs & Activities
Design your own Perler Bead keychains & watch as the beads melt into unique creations. Ages 10-18.
Place letter stencils on canvas and then splash paint around them to create unique word art. Wear clothes that can get messy. Ages 10 - 18.
Learn about how the honeybees use our local flowers to make honey. Youth will have a chance to extract honey from the comb and take a sample home. This program is for t(w)eens 10-18 years old.
GoGo Craft will show you how to take an old pair of jeans and transform them into a cool bike bag. This bag is made entirely from items that you can find at any thrift store or in the back of your closet. All materials, tools, and jeans provided. This class is for t(w)eens 10-18 years old. Space...
Just in time for finals, make your own colorful stress ball made from hydrated water beads and a balloon. Ages 10-18.
Listen and learn from San Francisco’s very own Poet Laureate Kim Shuck. A self-proclaimed jester and a fool of modern poetry, Kim’s words and workshopping will take kids (ages 9 and up) on a witty and wise journey into the world of poetry, allowing each to embrace their own poet within.
Stop by Marina Library and recieve a free comic! Come early to get the one you want, as comics are limited to the first 50 people. Check out what might be available: https://www.freecomicbookday.com/catalog. All ages welcome.
Convert your gloves so that you can use them on your touch screen device! We'll hand sew conductive thread onto the glove to complete the circuit between finger and screen.
Bring your own gloves, or use ones provided (supplies are limited).