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LEGO Club

Everything is awesome at Lego Club! Join us in the Readers’ Theater from 4-5 PM on Thursday, April 13! Lego Club is for Ages 5-11. Register for LEGO Club at the children’s desk or call 785-843-3833.

 

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Maggie Herrington’s Lawrence

What was life like for kids in Lawrence 150 years ago? Find out on Wednesday, April 12 from 4-5 PM in the Readers’ Theater. Come explore the world of Maggie Herrington, a real girl whose journal is the inspiration for this hands-on history program from the Watkins Museum. Program is for ages 7-11.

Mysterious Mustache Book Club

On Sunday, April 9 from 1:30- 2:30 PM, we’ll be discussing N.E.R.D.S. by Michael Buckley in the Readers’ Theater. Ask at the Children’s Desk for a copy. This program is for ages 8-12 years-oldRegistration required. Call (785) 843-3833 or register in person at the Children’s Desk.

 

Magic Tree House Club

It’s the Jack and Annie fan club! We’re meeting on Saturday, April 8 from 3:30- 4:30 PM in the Readers’ Theater. Join us for crafts and fun with a historical twist about book #45, A Crazy Day with Cobras. Program is for ages 5-8! Register for clubs at the children’s desk or call 785-843-3833.

Tail Wagging Readers

On Saturday, April 8 at 10 AM in the Readers’ Theater, practice reading and build reading confidence with a warm, furry friend from Loving Paws Animal Therapy. Bring your own book or choose one at the library. Register for a free 15-minute time slot: 785-843-3833.

Preschool Fair

Interested in finding out more about local preschools, center, and home-based preschool programs? Come to our Preschool Fair on Saturday, April 8 from 9 AM- 12 PM in the Auditorium. Meet with local child care programs to learn about their curriculum, rates, hours, and more! Sponsored by Child Care Aware of Eastern Kansas.

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