Tuesday, August 12, 2014

Tween/Teen Party @ the Endicott Library!

Tuesday, August 19, 6-7 PM.

Teens ages 11-16 join us at the Endicott Library for chain reaction fun! Enjoy a snack, design a Rube Goldberg Machine, and learn how to cobra weave popsicle sticks!
Snacks are provided by the Friends of the Endicott Library.
Call the library @ 657-3429 for more information.

Tuesday, July 29, 2014

Endicott Summer Reading Supporters!!!

Just wanted to give a special shout out to our awesome sponsors who helped support our Summer Reading programs in Endicott this year.

THANK YOU!!!--- Bob & Shirley Morasch, Darrell & Marilyn Bafus, Endicott Food Center/Jenny Meyer, Endicot...t Community Club, Mark & Kathleen Richter, McGregor Company, Sue Bafus, Thrifty Grandmothers, Tim Thompson, and Verne & Barb Strader!!!! We had some great programs this year and your help is truly appreciated!!!

Also, thanks to those who helped with our weekly programs---Bruce Porubek, Mr. Billy Ray, Palouse Discover Science Center, Kristin Bammes, Steve Vanvleet, and Katie Steiner from KHQ!

Yay for Summer Reading!!!

Tuesday, July 22, 2014


Lots of knowledge was gained today at our Summer Reading program! We started by reading the book "Oh Say Can You Say What's the Weather Today?" by Tish Rabe. Then we were lucky to have Katie Steiner from KHQ in Spokane come down and visit with us and teach us about the WEATHER! The kiddos were able to participate in learning about the water cycle and high and low pressure. Lots of participation, learning, and fun were had by all! Thanks Katie!

Friday, July 18, 2014


Our next Book Club will be held:
August 21 @ 7 PM.
We will be discussing the book:
"The Lace Reader" by Brunonia Barry



Our Summer Reading program this week was great! It was a group effort reading the book "The Best Bug Parade" by Stuart J. Murphy. Then we were lucky enough to have Steve Vanvleet from WSU come and talk about insects with us. The kids loved him and all his creepy crawly friends. We all learned a lot and even the parents were very interested and asking lots of questions. It was a great evening and each child was even able to go home with a gummy bug, toy bug, and a couple REAL LIVE mealworms! Yay for insect science!!!

Tuesday, July 15, 2014


Thanks Kristin Mory Bammes for filling in with our Summer Reading program this last week! 
 Looks like there were some great kiddos and fun bubble activities.
  The bubble art looks beautiful and the bubble snakes look fun! Sad I missed it.