3D Superhero Comic Books

book jacket for Justice Leage unlimitedChildren, ages 5-11, will bring superheros to life at the 3D Superhero Comic Books craft program 4 p.m. on Tuesday, May 12, at the The Tecumseh Public Library.

Utilize shoe boxes, pain, paper, glue and scissors to create a 3-D diorama of a superheor defending jsutice. The finished projects will be displayed around the library throughout the Summer Reading Program to highlight the theme, “Every Hero Has a Story.”

All supplies are provided by the library, but registration is required in advance.  Children must be accompanied by an adult, per library policy.

For more comic book action, take home one of the titles from the children's comic book collection available at the library.

Wednesday afternoon events for teens

two boys and three girls sitting togetherThe Tecumseh Public Library invites teens to the library for Wednesday afternoon activities during the final few weeks of the school year.

Programs are set for 4 p.m. each Wednesday and cover a variety of topics. The schedule features:

May 6 – Hula Hoop Rugs: Learn to create a circular rug out of T-shirts and a hula hoop. registration required

May 13 – Gaming day: Play computer games, board games, eat snacks and just spend time hanging out at the library.

May 20 – “Give Back” Patriotic Wreaths: As part of the library’s series of community service projects, use deco mesh to create patriotic wreaths for the local nursing home residents.

Find creative repurposing ideas for glass bottles

green glass bottleThe Tecumseh Public Library is giving bottles a new purpose in a variety of projects taking place during its Glass Bottle Crafts program, at 6 p.m. Tuesday, May 5.

Adults ages 18 and up are invited to learn ideas for recycling and repurposing glass bottles and jars. Participants will get hands-on experience in making wind chimes, drinking glasses and more.

All supplies are provided, but registration is required in advance.