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Children's Events

Saturday, January 10, 2015 @ 10 am - Birthday Party at the Library - If you have a birthday in 2015, join us for the party that will include games, crafts and snacks!  Ages 2 & older w/ and adult.  Registration required, limited to 30.


Saturday, January 31, 2015 @ 10 am - Kings Gap at the Library presents "In the Snow: Who's Been There?" -  Learn how to read signs of nature to become a "winter detective".  Follow the snow-covered landscape as a staff member from Kings Gap will come to the library and read "In the Snow: Who's Been There?"  by Lindsay Barrett George.  You will learn how to use clues found in the snow to reveal the identity of animals that might inhabit your neighborhood.  Enjoy this outdoor adventure inside the comfort of the library.  This educational program is most appropriate for ages 4 and above with an adult - siblings welcome.  Registration requested.


Saturday, February 14 @ 10 am - Cumberland County Historical Society presents: The American Revolution - John Penn once said, "Every man in Cumberland County is a rioter at heart."  Learn the dynamic story of how Cumberland's 'rioters' became acclaimed patriots of the revolution.  Many of these men enlisted as Pennsylvania Riflemen, whose skill and bravery became legendary.  We will adress the important role of men and women through the story of Molly Pitcher.  Sponsered by Lindy & Tate Stoner in honor of Uncle Kevin Stoner.  This educational program is most appropriate for ages 4 & older with an adult - siblings welcome.  Registration requested.


Saturday, February 21 @ 10 am - Legos® at the Library! - Kids love to create with Legos®.  Get ready to do just that at the library.  We provide the Legos®, you provide the imagination.  Ages 4 & older with and adult.  Registration required and limited to 30.  Lego® creations remain the property of the Amelia Givin Library.
























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August 30, 2013

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