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April 19th, 2018
Out of this World I Spy In preparation for our Star Party event, take the I Spy Challenge! Search the library for astronomical photos. Just grab a game sheet at the front desk and mark off all as you find them. Return the completed game sheet to the front desk for a prize. Limit one prize, children 12 and under please.
April 19, ALL DAY
Play to Learn! Families are invited to come play with building bricks, sensory toys, magnets, word games and more. Brush up on your STEM and literacy skills while having fun with your family. All ages.
April 19, 6:00 PM
Books 'N' More Storytime program for preschoolers including books, music and a simple craft.
April 19, 1:15 PM
Toddler Exploration In this program we'll provide activities for toddlers that help them explore the world around them. Come dressed to make a mess! Limited to 15 toddlers.
April 19, 10:00 AM
DIY: Decorative Tiles Turn plain white tiles into personal expressions of art. Each participant will have the opportunity to try a few different methods to create unique tile art that can be used as trivets or coasters. Supplies are provided by the Cross Lanes Library Advisory Board. Registration is required and space is limited. Sign-ups begin April 7.
April 19, 6:00 p.m.
Family Fun Night Stories, crafts, activities and games. Fun for the whole family.
April 19, 6:00 PM
DIY: Bath Bombs Use plastic Easter Eggs to create easy Easter Egg Bath Bombs that every bunny will love! Ages 18 and older. Registration required. Registration begins April 5.
April 19, 6:00 PM
Jump Into Storytime Storytime sessions are designed for children up to 5 years of age. Child and caregiver will enjoy stories, songs, rhymes, and much more. Caregivers are encouraged to participate along with the children! After storytime, kids are invited to stay, play, and socialize with others.
April 19, 10:30 AM
Playgroup @ the Library All the fun of a traditional playgroup but none of the fuss. Drop in to socialize with other families with toddlers and play with toys reserved just for this age group. Parents supervise their children during this informal gathering. "The playing adult steps sideward into another reality; the playing child advances forward to new stages of mastery." ~Erik H. Erikson
April 19, 11:00 AM