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April 23rd, 2019
I Spy Hidden Pictures Search for the hidden pictures, then return your completed game sheet to the service desk. Choose a prize from the treasure chest. Children 12 and younger.
April 23, ALL DAY
Teen Game Night Teens are invited for an evening of games. We will have Xbox games, plus some fun board games to pick from. There will also be snacks. Bring your friends!
April 23, 6:00 PM
Baby & Me Storytime Storytime program for ages birth-18 months. Babies and caregivers will enjoy books, songs, rhymes, and more in this interactive program. Afterwards stay, play, and socialize in our children's play area.
April 23, 10:00 AM
Playgroup at the Library All the fun of a traditional playgroup but none of the fuss! Drop in to socialize with other families and play with toys reserved just for this age group.
April 23, 11:00 AM
Teen Tuesday: Full STEM Ahead Coding, circuits, and more! Stop by after school to participate in these cool STEM activities.
April 23, 3:30 PM
Early Schools in Saint Albans Come join us for an interesting and entertaining evening exploring the early schoolhouses of Saint Albans. Neil Richardson, president of the St. Albans Historical Society, will share stories and images from 1830 to the 1960s. Sponsored jointly by the Advisory Board of the St. Albans Branch Library and the St. Albans Historical Society. Adults and Teens.
April 23, 6:00 PM
Born to Read Storytime for our youngest patrons. Birth-3 with caregiver. Registration required. Registration begins March 9.
April 23, 10:30 AM
Mountain Magic: Jo Ann Dadisman, Peeking Behind the Story Join veteran storyteller Jo Ann Dadisman as she spins a tale from her native Preston County. Afterwards, she will take the audience on an interactive journey to explore the story behind that story. By the end of the evening, everyone will be eager to share their own stories with family and friends! Dadisman has told stories for more than 50 years in order to preserve the unique culture and heritage of West Virginia. For nearly two decades she performed as half of storytelling duo The Mountain Echoes. Mountain Magic is a celebration of the rich literary and storytelling heritage of West Virginia. Come sit with us for a spell as we share the songs and folklore of Appalachia, from true stories of life in the mountains to chilling tales of haunted hollows. All Ages. Mountain Magic is sponsored by The West Virginia Humanities Council, Step by Step, Kanawha County Public Library and The Friends of The Library Foundation.
April 23, 6:00 PM