Looking for something fun to do with the kids this summer? Check out the volume of library activities in Eureka. They offer lots of free children's programs all summer to help keep little ones entertained.
Funky Junk, held Tuesday, was the first among many of the classes scheduled for June. This class was a fun and creative way for kids to make castles and towns, using nothing more than everyday items that typically are thrown out as trash.
This hands-on class, which uses paper towel rolls, cereal boxes, construction paper, scissors and tape, offered kids hours of entertainment.
Children's programs scheduled for June at the Eureka Hills Library:DATE DAY TIME PROGRAM June 9 Thursday 11:30 a.m. Story Time: Fabulous Frogs June 11 Saturday 11 a.m. Shorin-Ryu Karate demonstration June 14 Tuesday
10 a.m.Under the Big Top, run away with the circus June 16 Thursday 10 a.m. Story Time: Daddy and Me Stories and Craft June 17 Friday 10 a.m. Go, Baby, Go (recommended for ages 0-2) June 21 Tuesday 10 a.m. Kids Create around the World June 23 Thursday 10 a.m. and 11:30 a.m. Water Wonders, wet and wild experiments June 28 Tuesday 10 a.m. What on Earth? juggling and shenanigans June 30 Thursday 10 a.m. and 11:30 a.m. Story Time: Summer Fun
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Editor's Note: All the children shown in accompanying photos are Eureka residents.