If you're looking for something to keep the kids busy over the winter break... You don't have to look much further.
Grand Island Public Library will be holding multiple programs for kids and teens over the break. Programming will run periodically from Dec. 26th through Friday, January 4th and is completely cost-free! Jane Wadkins is a Library Assistant and she says there's something for every age.
"Well the kids are bored during Christmas vacation and if you've ever been in the Children's Library it is so wonderful. We have so many things even, for babies. They can crawl around and see all the discovery items we have here," said Wadkins.
Children's programs are available for kids through fifth grade and begin at 10 a.m:
All children under 8 must have an adult with them.
Dec. 26th - Stories and Crafts
Dec. 27th - E.T. the movie
Dec. 28th - Crafty Kids and Hot Cocoa
Jan. 2nd - Stories and Crafts
Jan. 3rd - Animated movie
Jan. 4th - Cooking Activity
Teen's programs are available for students ages 11-18 and begin at 2 p.m:
Dec. 26th - Basketball Movie
Dec. 27th - "Get Your Game On With Carlos"
Dec. 28th - Crafts
Jan. 2nd - Iron Chef Competition
Jan. 3rd - "Get Your Game On With Carlos"
Jan. 4th - Anime Club
All programs are completely free of cost.
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