Kids can have fun at library over break
Kids home from school over winter break and not heading on vacation? Birmingham’s Baldwin Public Library has an antidote to the winter blues with a load of winter break festivities that will be lots of fun while giving parents a much needed break.
The Baldwin Library announced it is hosting a variety of programs and activities to keep children active and engaged during winter break.
“Children are invited to go on a Goodnight Moon scavenger hunt throughout the library to find all the things ‘in the great green room,’” said Rebekah Craft, associate library director. “In addition to the following programs, visitors are welcome to make crafts at a station set up in the youth room.”
On Wednesday, December 27, at 2 p.m., Bubble Man Ron will perform an amazing bubble show, incuding bubbles inside bubbles, square bubbles, and more. Registration is required. Craft said the show is a perfect blend of science and fun for the whole family.
On Thursday, December 28, at 11 a.m., little ones can explore a variety of textures, colors and more in a room full of sensory bins geared for the very young at Sensory Bins for Babies and Toddlers. Older siblings are welcome.
There will be Family Movie Friday on Friday, December 28, at 11 a.m., where moviegoers are invited to come see a G-rated animated movie, wear pajamas, bring blankets and pillows, and sit on the floor. The movie lasts 102 minutes. Call 248.554.4670 for the movie title.
The Baldwin Public Library is located at 300 W. Merrill Street in downtown Birmingham.