Are you a South Dearborn Community School Corporation Educator? If so, there are many ways the Aurora Public Library can assist you with your classroom.
We love to help with the obvious materials such as books and DVD’s. However, there are many other services we can offer to you and your students.
If you are interested in learning more, we would love to see you at our “School and Library Connection” workshop at the Aurora Public Library on Wednesday July 31, 2019. at 9 am. 😊 Bring your device!
During our program, we will walk you through the library’s website, focusing on requesting individual books, groups of books, and traveling book sets.
We will show you the many die cuts that we have available. These die cuts can be used from everything from bulletin boards to crafts. You can bring your own paper and cut here at the library. You can also check the die cuts out just like a book to cut at your school building if your building has a die cut machine.
We will introduce you to the many Online Resources we have available through the website – especially World Book.
We will show you how to use Overdrive on your devices and with the students. Students love Overdrive because they can use this directly from their school Chromebooks.
With advance notice we are also happy to bring a program to your classroom.
This is a free workshop for any K-12 Educator in the South Dearborn Community School district.
There will be coffee, muffins and donuts and there will be door prizes! 🙂
Please RSVP by sending an email to: email@example.com by Wednesday, July 10
Talk about Aurora History is a roundtable discussion held four times a year at the Local History Library at the Depot. This program is conducted by Roy Lambert who recently presented his 100th Talk. This program has proven to be very successful, and it may be that this is the only library in the area holding this type of historical roundtable.
This is quite an interesting event for those who are local history buffs and is also helpful to those new to the community searching for details of Aurora. And, of course, it provides humor, as the attendees share their own folklore.
Various subjects are discussed. Some past events have included churches, doctors, schools, ferries, businesses, World War II, even caves and the Underground Railroad. Our topic this month is Early People From Aurora Who Helped Make Cincinnati Famous. Talk About Aurora History begins at 6:00 P.M., is open to the public, and is free of charge. New topic suggestions are always welcome.
Come and join us for an educational, but also entertaining evening on Tuesday, July 23, 2019. Remember Talk About Aurora History is held at The Local History Library @ The Depot located at 510 Second Street. For more information you may phone the History Library at 812-926-0646 ext. #3.
The Science Tellers will be presenting a show to the public at the Aurora City Park Pavilion on Wednesday July 24, 2019 at 1:00 pm.
The Science Tellers offer an interactive science & storytelling program. They will be presenting the program
Aliens: Escape From Earth.
During a midnight meteor shower, something mysterious falls from the sky toward Earth — but it’s not a shooting star. Two kids venture out to investigate and soon find themselves mixed up with a family of visitors from another planet! Trapped by a crazy space scientist, the two kids must risk everything to rescue the aliens and help them… Escape from Earth! Throughout the intergalactic story, volunteers from the audience will get to discover the unbelievable world of science through experiments and demonstrations with chemical reactions, polymers, pressure, inertia, energy, explosions and so much more! Don’t miss this action-packed and educational alien adventure. It’s totally out of this world!
During this show Children will see chemical reactions, learn about Boyle’s law, how to make a rocket fly using ordinary household items, how to transfer energy and much more.
This is a free event and there is no registration required.
For more information about Science Tellers please visit theirwebsite.
Are you a teen who is interested in learning how to decorate cakes?
The Aurora Public library will be having a cupcake decorating class on
Thursday July 18, 2019 @ 6:00 pm
Teenagers age 13 and up are invited to decorate cupcakes. Teens will work with piping bags and tips. They will learn how to work with fondant and edible glitter. We will be decorating cupcakes in a space theme to go with our summer reading program.
This is a free class. Supplies and space are limited so register early.
As part of our “Family Fun Fridays” we will welcome Award -Winning Songwriter David Kisor to the library. David Kisor will be bringing the Growing Sound music program “Imagination Generation” to the Aurora Public Library on Friday July 19, 2019 @10:30 am
“Imagination Generation” blends music, movement and creativity for a musical program that is “out of this world.” Children will learn that their mind is both a toy and a tool. This music program focuses on three critical thinking skills: fluency, originality and adaptability.
There is no registration required for this free event. Children will receive a free music CD for attending.