Fun Activities for Kids at Snow Library this Month

A little something for everyone...

Move and Groove at Snow Library Friday,  February 16     at 10:30

Please join us for an hour of family fun with D.J. Aqua. We will be moving and Grooving at the Orleans Snow Library on Friday, February 16th   at 10:30. Participants will be guided by music and gentle instruction to explore a range of movements from stillness and stretching to free-form dancing.  This fun free event is sponsored by The Friends of Snow Library.  

 

Snow Library February 17 Game Day 1:00 - 4:00

Would you like to spend some quality screen free time with your child?  Then come to Game Day at Snow Library in Orleans on Saturday February 17th .  Matt Donle of Wicked Fun Games will be leading the fun.  He will bring both cooperative, and competitive games for us to play.   No Registration is required you are welcome to drop in anytime between 1:00 and 4:00.   This FREE  program is for children 8+ with an adult.  

 

Escape the Creepy Crypt Wed. February 21st 

Are you good at solving puzzles, unlocking hidden clues and unraveling mysteries? Then sign up for a chance to work with a group and “Escape the Wizard’s Tower”.  This hour long fun real life game will be held at The Orleans Snow Library on Wednesday February 21st. It is for 10 to 18 year olds. Spaces available at either 1:00 or 3:00  Call 508-240-3760 or email [email protected] for more information. 

 

 Castle Creations at Snow Library Thursday Feb. 22   at 10:30

Please join us at Snow Library on Thursday Feb. 22nd  at 10:30 for the Castle creation program. First we will listen to a castle story and then we can all create our very own table top size castle. You must be able to use scissors or bring a friend who will help you cut. It is sure to be a ton of fun, so don’t miss it.   All are welcome.  No Registration required.  Sponsored by The Friends of snow library. 508-240-3760 for more information.


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