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Children's Events

To register for one or more of the programs listed below, please call the library at 717-486-3688 or stop in and register.


February 5, 12, 19 & 29 - Free Play Fridays from 10 am - 12 pm -The toy area in the basement will be open for free play.  There will be no guided activity or storytime.  This is a time for children and caregivers to play on their own.  Participants must enter through the upstairs library entrance.  No registration is required, but please sign in at the front desk upon arrival.  Limited to children age newborn - age 6 and their caregiver/s.  Caregiver/s must stay with the child/children at all times.  


Saturday, February 6 @ 10 am - Legos® @ the Library - We provide the Legos®, you provide imagination!  Ages 4 & older w/ an adult.  Registration required and limited to 30.


Saturday, February 27 @ 10 am - The Early American Kitchen - Join Cumberland County Educator, Matthew March, as you learn about foods early Americans produced, prepared and consumed during a time with no refrigerators, running water or the ability to buy strawberries in February.  Learn about some techniques of food preservation including the transformation of liquids to solids and solids to liquids.  Make your own butter which you can eat on bread with freshly ground cinnamon as you decide whether or not you could live without your microwave.  Most appropriate for ages 4 & older, this educational program will be enjoyed by the whole family.  Registration requested.


























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August 30, 2013

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