Month: September 2015

Widener Garden Update

For year 2 of the Widener garden (read about year 1 here), Susan the branch manager let us use some of the library’s grassroots funds (funds collected from late fees and donations to the library) to build an even bigger and better garden than the one we had last year. Everyone worked very hard to build a hay bale structure… Read more →

Learning Environments

At the Kensington Library making a learning environment that is accessible, friendly, and interactive has been the most effective way of reaching the most “difficult” children. When school is over and children flock to the library, the last thing they want is to sit still and be told what to do. For some, art activities and creativity come naturally but… Read more →