Snow Library Announces July Children's Events

A little something for everyone...

The Snow Library in Orleans has announced the following kids' events for July:

Snow Library presents Pajama Storytime 6:30 Wednesday, July 11th –Wednesday August 15th

Please join us Wednesdays at 6:30 for Pajama Storytime.  We invite 3 to 6 year olds to come to the Orleans Snow library in their pajamas and to bring a soft, cuddly friend for books, rhymes, songs and fun.  Siblings are welcome. Sponsored by The Friends of Snow Library.

Jungle Jim’s 80’s Rock the Library Tuesday July 10th at 4:00

The Snow Library presents Jungle Jim’s Rock the Library show at 4:00 on Tuesday July 10th. Jungle Jim’s tubular balloon magic show combined with comedy, improv and rad elements from 1980s classics makes this one righteous show you won’t want to miss. Best suited for ages 3-10. No registration is required for this free show. It is sponsored by The Friends of Snow Library and by a grant from the Orleans Cultural Council.

 

Snow Library presents Lucy’s Experiments on Thursday, July 12th from 10:30 to 12:00

 

Please join us at Snow Library on Thursday, July 12th at 10:30 for some fun hands on S.T.E.M. experiments.  This program is geared for 3-7 year olds with parent supervision and siblings are welcome to join us. Through a variety of hands-on discovery based learning stations, you and your child will have fun exploring concepts of Science, Technology, Math and Engineering. No registration is required and please call 508-240-3760 for more information. Sponsored by The Friends of Snow Library

 

 


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