Family Fun At Your Library Spring Break and Beyond

Sara and Evelyn Hertzler at the new maker club at the WCPL.

By Katie Warrener, Children’s Services Department

WARSAW — 2017 marks a very special birthday for Warsaw’s beautiful Carnegie library: 100 years young! The Warsaw Community Public Library invites you to celebrate with us this spring through a variety of fun activities for children and families.

Our popular weekly programs for children birth to age 5 and their caregivers continue through April 13. Join us Monday mornings for a babies lap-sit, Tuesdays for 2-year-olds story time, Wednesdays for 3-year-olds, or Thursdays for 4- and 5-year-olds. Our story time team will take a break through May to prepare for the summer season, but never fear! We will return with special story times in June and July.

School-age children can find all sorts of fun at the library in April. During spring break, come to a special edition of LEGO Club 1 p.m. Wednesday, April 5. At 3 p.m. Friday, April 7, catch the kick-off of our special film series, “A Century of Children’s Lit on the Silver Screen.” During 2017 school breaks we will celebrate a classic children’s book and its big screen adaptation. Join us for stories, hands-on activities and the movie screening. For more details, visit the library’s website or call (574) 267-6011.

April 10-15 bring your imagination to the library and participate in creative activities throughout the building. Your favorite library memory? Take a trip down Memory Lane. Your library of the future? Design your ideal library (and try to build it!) in children’s services. These activities and many more await you during National Library Week. Come celebrate and dream big with us.

For more information about all our April activities for children and families, watch our Facebook page, “WCPL’s Kids Corner,” visit here, or call (574) 267-6011.

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