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March 14, 2013

Children's Room News

SANDOWN — Don’t miss out on the fun children’s activities taking place at the Sandown Public Library this March! For more information or to sign up for programs, visit the library, give us a call at 887-3428, or check our website at www.sandownlibrary.us.

Busy Bears Preschool Story Hours: Children and their caregivers are invited to Story Hour with Miss Jenn every Tuesday and Wednesday morning beginning at 9:30 a.m. Miss Jenn will delight children with stories and songs and lead preschoolers in a craft to take home. This month’s themes include Silly Sally and Caps for Sale. Don’t miss the fun!

Brickbusters Lego Club - Ages 6-12: Are you a Lego lover? Do you love to design and build your own creations? Bring your imagination and join our new group of builders on Thurs., March 14 at 4:00 pm. Each month, children will listen to a story and then go to work building their own design based on our theme. Space is very limited and sign-ups are required for this program.

Rockin’ Readers Book Club - Grades 4-6: Join our discussion of “Three Times Lucky” by Sheila Turnage on Wed., March 20 at 3:30 p.m. This laugh out loud southern story revolves around spunky 11-year old Mo LoBeau, her friend Dale, and a town full of quirky characters. When cranky Mr. Jesse turns up dead, Mo and Dale start their own detective agency to solve the mystery and save those they love. A snack will follow our lively discussion.

Chess Club: All ages are welcome to Chess Club on Thurs., March 21 at 6:30 p.m. No experience is needed. Chess master Monty Cole is ready to challenge your every move and help strengthen your strategic skills.

Egg Decorating/Bunny Visit: Children are invited to learn some fun and different egg decorating techniques and meet Miss Jen’s bunny Cadbury on Sat., March 30. We will be using food color and dye so children should dress for a mess! Egg decorating will take place 1:00-2:00 p.m., but Cadbury will be here all day.

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