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Tag Archives: library programming
Beating the snowy day blues with Cupcake Battle Royale at Westerville Public Library (awesome idea Ashley! plus trekking through a snowstorm to make it happen!)
Artist Carlo LoRaso drew a large crowd on a snowy Sunday afternoon! (at Westerville Public Library)
historyhobbit: bkmuse7 ‘s Caldecott library scavenger hunt: follow the golden medals to find the books shown in the 75th anniversary logo
It’s Caldecott celebration day! Come read contenders and vote, complete a scavenger hunt, create & more at Westerville Public Library
Out of the Box program today a la Antoinette Portis (at Westerville Public Library) complete with pretend campfire, Wonder Woman and dragons Many thanks to @historyhobbit my awesome collaborator!
Lighting bolt scars, tests of magical knowledge, wizard pictionary, and good discussion … all at the first Harry Potter Reading Club @Westervlibrary!