The Plumas County Library is offering families displaced due to the Dixie Fire the opportunity to use the computers to work on needed documents, while the children enjoy a program designed for them: Aug. 9 – Aug. 13 at the Quincy Branch from 10 a.m. to – noon. Or just use this time to charge devices and take a breather.
Monday August 9th: Learn the basics of coding and how to decode secret messages!
Tuesday August 10th: Come try the wonderful art of folding colorful paper, origami.
Wednesday August 11th: Control your own Ozobot as we learn how to program!
Thursday August 12th: Lions and Tigers and Bears, oh my! Let’s craft our own paper animal masks and clay models.
Friday August 13th: Game Day!
The library will also have activity bags available at the Quincy and Portola Branches – these are bags with fiction books, activity books (while supplies last; we are getting more), markers or color pencils, and activity sheets. They are divided by age groups and cover babies to adults.
More information can be found at https://www.plumascounty.us/2875/Dixie-Fire-Library