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Feb. 28 10am
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Craft an Easter Egg Wreath

baby chick in grassThe Tecumseh Public Library is giving a home for those extra plastic Easter eggs with its Easter Egg Wreath program for adults at 6 p.m. Tuesday, March 10.

Supplies are provided by the library but are limited in amount, so registration in advance is required. Ages 18 and up can participate.

Participants will mix and match colorful plastic eggs and turn them into a decorative wreath to take home or give as a gift.

Spread some Easter cheer through card-making

Because it proves that you don't need much to change the entire world for the better. You can start with the most ordinary ingredients. You can start with the world you've got. ~ Catherine Hyde

Rabbit sniffing flowers

With a just cardboard, string and perhaps a glue stick or two - Teens in Tecumseh are invited to pay it forward with the Tecumseh Public Library’s Give Back" Easter Cards program, at 4 p.m. Wednesday, March 4.

Participants will create a set of six Easter cards. These cards will then be delivered to local nursing homes so residents, who cannot get out and shop for cards for the Easter Holiday, can select from them to give to friends and family. It's a great way for Teens to show their creativity and to enable our elders to share in the joy of the season.

This is one of the library’s continuing series of teen afterschool programs scheduled on Wednesdays. Registration is not required in advance to participate.

Hair Chalk, Face Paint take over the afternoon for teens

The library presents a day of unusual makeovers at its creative Hair Chalk and Face Paint event for teens, starting at 4 p.m. on Wednesday, Feb. 25. Registration is not required in advance to attend the program.

Teens will learn how to put temporary color in their hair with hair chalk, as well as some basics of face painting skills. It’s part of the library’s continuing series of Wednesday afternoon events for teens, and you won't want to miss the opportunity.

It's stories and more for elementary school-age kids

The Tecumseh Public Library invites children to its Elementary Kids Story Time, with the next editions set for 1:30 p.m. on both Feb. 12 and Feb. 26.

The day will feature age-appropriate stories, crafts, programs and other activities for ages 6 to 11. This month’s activities will be focused around National Heart Month, with activities concentrating on heart-healthy activities for children.

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Find stories, fun, learning at Toddler Story Time

The Tecumseh Public Library welcomes the community to its Toddler Time story time at 11 a.m. Thursdays in February and March, on Feb. 26 and March 5, 12, 19 and 26.

Registration is not required to attend and each program is geared to toddlers and their caregivers and includes an hour of stories, fingerplays, songs, playtime and more. Caregivers also will learn literacy tips they can take home to help their youngster get ready to read.