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Halloween at the Main Library

Take part in one or more of our traditional Halloween programs at the Main Library!

Tuesday, October 22 @ 7:00 pm: Day of the Dead Make & Take: Ages 4 – 11 Years
Get weird or go crazy when you decorate your own sugar skull masks for the traditional Mexican holiday.
Parents should plan to work with younger children.
Please register. Children younger than 11 years must be with an adult at all times.

Wednesday, October 23 @ 7:00 pm: Slightly Spooky Storytelling for Little Ones
Recommended for Ages 2 1/2 – 8 Years
Listen and help tell these interactive stories with the librarian storyteller. In this session, you’ll meet the teeny tiny woman, peek into a dark, dark room, and more!
Please register. Children must be with an adult at all times.

Friday, October 25 @ 10:45 am & Tuesday, October 29 @ 7:00 pm: Spooky Dance Disco
Recommended for Ages 0 – 8 Years 

Lots of learning skills will happen during this half-hour freestyle dance program that will have your little one’s arms waving, toes tapping, and feet stepping to the beat! This program is held in the Library’s Community Room.

And don’t miss two of our annual traditions:
Robert Rogers Puppet Company presents Hobnobbin’ Goblins Marionette Puppet Show on Sunday, October 27 @ 2:00 pm
Enjoy this traditional marionette puppet show filled with slightly scary but never frightening Halloween creatures. This is a great introduction to Halloween creatures for little ones. The handmade puppets tell several short stories through dance. All Abilities Are Welcome. Please Register.

Halloween Trick or Treat! Thursday, October 31 at 11:00 am, 4:00 pm, and a special Night Rhymes version at 7:00 pm
Wear costumes, listen to Halloween stories, and trick-or-treat around the library.
Parent must remain with child. Treats will be non-edible, but may not be suitable for those under 3 years – parent should plan to supervise, and may ask for a sticker treat instead at any station.

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