Wednesday, April 01, 2015

Coming to your Andover PL during School Vacation Week -- April 13-17, 2015...

We've got some dandy programs lined up to keep the kids (and their adults) busy during April Vacation Week:  April 13-17.  Check 'em out...and be here!  If you have questions about any of these activities, give us a call at the library:  860-742-7428...

 Needle Arts:
Monday, April 13 -- 11:30AM-1PM

We can work on our current projects together.  If you would like to learn to knit or crochet, let us know ahead of time so we can match you up with a volunteer tutor. Bring either a crochet hook or knitting needles, plus yarn, and a willing spirit for beginners. Let us know you are coming so we can save you a seat, call the library at 860-742-7428.

Wednesday, April 15 -- 10:30-11:30AM

We will spend an hour reading, share something for Show’N’Tell, and coloring a page or two. All children are welcome, so come and enjoy a story with us.

Mr. Magic Returns:
Wednesday, April 15 -- 6:30-7:30PM

Guest entertainer, Mr. Magic (also known as Attorney Richard Rothstein) returns to the library for an evening of magic and fun!  Mr. Magic has been performing magic shows for more than 35 years, entertaining children of all ages.  Bring a friend or two to this fun, FREE evening!  

Imagination ‘n Creation:
Friday, April 17 -- 10:30AM-12:30PM
This promises to be a fun morning of making things out of a huge pile of “stuff.” Mrs. C. has lots of paper, scissors, yarn, stickers, chalk, toothpicks, name it!  She's hoping to see some kids out there that just want to have fun and see what can be created out of the things we've collected. It's fun to recycle things from home and work and make them into something completely different.  If you have things at home and would like to decorate them, i.e. used coffee container, cans. milk or juice jugs, sticks, cardboard boxes, etc., bring them along to work on here. There are no rules on our creating, we’ll only be limited by our imaginations.  As a bonus, there will be snacks for all crafters!  

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