We’re getting ready for our March Break at the Carleton Place Public Library and this year, the theme is “Survive the March Break”! We’re planning some great events for the week and we’re including all ages this year. Registration for each special day is required so give us a call early. We’re filling up fast! Here’s the schedule as planned:
Monday, March 16th, 2009 : Library Survivor for ages 10 -14, 1 – 2:30pm
All library castaways who wish to attend should be prepared to work in teams, share their library (and general) knowledge, and most of all, get ready to survive the March Break by having some fun! The afternoon will be shaped after the Survivor series on TV with challenges, rewards and even an immunity idol. So get your friends together and form a team!
Tuesday, March 17th, 2009 : Tuesday ‘Toons for ages 6 – 9, 1 – 2:30pm
Kids who like to draw or doodle will enjoy this fun afternoon. We’ll learn all sorts of great tricks to make your drawings into fun cartoons. Be ready for some laughter and lots of creativity!
Wednesday, March 18th, 2009 : Teddybears Everywhere! for ages 2 – 5, 10am
Bring your favourite teddy bear to this fun storytime morning. We’ll have games, stories and do a craft to take home. We’re expecting lots of kids this day and they’ll have time to pick out some books to take home as well. Watch for our pictures of the kids with their teddy bear masks!
Thursday, March 19th, 2009 : “Monkey Sing, Monkey Do” with Mary Lambert, 10am, CP Town Hall
Musical entertainer Mary Lambert will be joining us in Carleton Place for a fun-filled morning of music and laughter for children ages 3 – 10. “Monkey Sing, Monkey Do” will tickle your funny bone and have you up dancing and laughing. Tickets are on sale now at the Carleton Place Public Library for $3 each, or you can get them at the door on the morning of the event for $4 each.
So if you’re going to be around during the March Break, why not sign up for one of our programs!