The Maker in Residence program, made possible by a grant from The Nord Foundation, connects the public with art and the people who create it. Two three-month residences run concurrently at different branches offering both open studio hours and workshops with the artisans.
Launching Phenomenal Learners
Free tutoring and homework help will be available starting Sept. 18 at both the Main Library and South Lorain Branch and will continue throughout the school year. Students must live within the city of Lorain to be eligible to participate. Click here to register.
All six branches are collecting new and gently worn coats, hats, gloves and scarves for all ages. For more information or if you or someone you know could benefit from such items, please call 440-244-1192 and ask for the branch manager.
If your family has outgrown some of their cold-weather gear, or you sew, knit or crochet, please consider sharing these items to help neighbors in need here in Lorain County.
For more information, or if you or someone you know could benefit from such items, please call 440-244-1192 and ask for the branch manager.
Science and Wellness Kits
For more hands-on S.T.E.A.M.-based learning opportunities for families, LPLS offers circulating science and wellness kits that can be enjoyed form home. Thanks to a grant from the Stocker Foundation, we have kits for different age groups:
Ages 3 and up: Nutrition, Health, Veterinary Science and Physical Education
Ages 5 and up: Geography, Math, Physics and Engineering
Ages 8 and up: Life Science, Math, Space and Chemistry
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