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Monday, December 17, 2018

Check Out Our Winter Break Family Options!

Winter break is a great time to create family memories.  The Roselle Public Library wants to be included as one of your destinations while the children are enjoying some time off from school.  We have some family programs we would love to invite you to be a part of during this vacation period.
Come and use your imagination and build during Lego┬« Mania on December 26, from 12-2 PM.  Bring a friend or two and create a group project to leave on display at the library.

"It's Mario Party time!"  Drop by for some family fun with a Mario and his friends.  Play Mario Kart on the Wii, make a Mario craft, play the Star Rush game, and have a snack.  See you on December 27 from 12-2 PM.

January 2 is a busy day at the library.  We are excited to welcome back the Frog Lady at 1 o'clock.  During this family event, The Frog Lady will bring over 20 live animals that kids will be able to meet and touch.  She will also teach the audience the difference between reptiles and amphibians.  Please reserve a spot for your family to attend this event.
Calling all racers ages 6-11!  Join us from 5-7 PM for some Mario Kart competition.  Race against your friends while snacking on some popcorn.  Who will become the overall Mario Kart champion?
Grandparents Got Holiday Game is back!  Bring your grandparent or grand-friend and drop by on January 3rd from 1:30-3 PM.  Participate in the holiday activities, munch on a snack and play some games.  What a wonderful way to spend an afternoon!
Is there a better way to end Winter Break than by having a picnic with Roselle's very own Rose Queen?  Join Rose Queen Joie Allen on Saturday, January 5 from 2-3:30 PM.  Dress in your best royal garments, bring a favorite blanket or towel and spread out for an afternoon indoor picnic with delicious snacks, crafts and fun activities.   

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