This New Year’s Eve, head to the Main Library with your kids for a new year’s party. Celebrate the end of 2012 library-style. The fun begins at 2pm, is for all ages, and includes a craft.
The Iroquois Library is also hosting a Toddler New Year’s Eve Dance Party, which starts at 10:15 on December 31. While you’re at either library, or your favorite, check out some more books to get you through those last few days at home on winter break. Here is amazon.com’s list of the Top 10 Picture Books of the year, according to customer’s favorites:
Fancy Nancy and the Mermaid Ballet by Nancy O’Connor
Check the library’s online catalog by clicking here. The Main Library is located at 301 York Street. The Iroquois Library is located at 601 W. Woodlawn.
You can call 502-574-1620(Main) or 502-574-1720(Iroquois) for more information.
Photos by Erin Nevitt and amazon.com
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