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Dress in character as the whole family is invited to join a virtual party to celebrate the 25th anniversary of Disney Pixar's Toy Story. Stories, songs, dancing and crafts will all be part of the fun. Contact becca@ropl.org to schedule your craft pickup. Registration is required and limited to...
Families can join a virtual story time with pumpkin stories, songs and rhymes. The first 40 families to register will receive a free small pumpkin to show off their favorite Jack O'Lantern faces.
Guided by wildlife educators, this Zoom tour of the Detroit Zoo will give guests an up-close look at some of the Zoo’s most popular animals. Online program registration is required and listed to 50.
Kids ages 7-12 will learn acting, improv and public speaking skills through a variety of acting and improv games, activities, monologues and skits presented by Acting Out Kids Community Theatre. This session is perfect for both new and experienced actors and is great for building confidence, making new friends...
Teens ages 12-18 are invited to participate in the Teen Book Club discussing The Art of Holding On and Letting Go by Kristin Bartley Lenz. Contact becca@ropl.org  to schedule a free book pickup. Online program registration is required and limited to 15.
Families are invited to celebrate Fire Safety Week with stories and crafts about firefighters. A free fire safety picture book is offered (one per family), along with crafts for all registrants. Contact emilycrosby@ropl.org to schedule your book and craft pickup. Online program registration is required and limited to 30.
Readers from preschool to early elementary can cozy up in pajamas with a blanket and stuffed toy for a fun evening of good-night books, songs, flannel stories and more. Contact emilycrosby@ropl.org to schedule craft pickup. Online program registration is required and limited to 40.
Planting wildflower seeds in the fall mimics the natural life cycle of dropping their seeds with the arrival of cold weather. Elementary and preschool kids and their families are invited to create seed bombs (a mixture of compost, clay and pollinator-friendly flower seeds) to plant this fall for colorful...
Talk with other parents during live Zoom chats to get or share advice about raising happy, healthy kids while taking care of yourself. These sessions are casual, unstructured talks because parents are missing live story time and all of the great conversations and advice our community offers one another...
Try an all-levels yoga class on the Royal Oak Public Library lawn. Enjoy the fresh air while taking a mental and physical break for yogis of all ages and abilities. Online program registration is required and limited to 25.
Walt Disney World fans ages 11 to 18 are invited to show off their search skills and trivia knowledge with a virtual scavenger hunt.  Online program registration is required and limited to 20.
Elementary students ages 9-12 are invited to come to the library on Wednesday, Feb. 19 at 4 p.m. to play Minecraft in Survival Mode on one of our computers. We supply the game accounts, too. Spots are very limited, so be sure to sign up early! Registration is limited to...