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Parents @ UAPL Blog

Holiday Happiness!

Written by published on Tue, 11/29/2016 - 3:00pm

 

Color photo of white mug of coffee with heart design in whipped cream, pine boughs and two red apples on wooden tableJoin us Saturday, Dec. 3, 2016 at the Main Library for the 45th Annual Holiday Happiness event. This year we have roving carolers from 10-11. The Honors Choirs from Jones and Hastings as well as the Jones Middle School Chamber Orchestra will be performing between 11-12 noon. Santa and Mrs. Claus visit the Youth Services Department from 12-2. Starting at 12:30 and lasting until 2 will be a face painter and Matt the Balloon Guy!

Refreshements and kids' crafts will be offered. You can check out our Avenue of Trees and the Gingerbread Competition entrants along with a Giving Tree for those wishing to pick out a gift for kids through the Franklin County Children's Services Holiday Wish program.

There's lots to see and do. We'd love to see you and your family!

 

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Recommended Books

  • The sun is setting and the forest is getting sleepy, except for little bear who isn't quite ready for sleep. Little Bear thinks he can stay awake with the owls, but can he resist the temptation of his soft cozy bed?  A new nighttime story for those ages 2-5.  

  • Eve Bunting’s heartfelt story and David Diaz’s dramatic illustrations create a compelling child’s-eye view of urban violence.A young boy and his mother are forced to flee their apartment during a night of rioting in Los Angeles. Fires and looting force neighbors—who have always avoided one another—to come together in the face of danger and concern for their missing pets. Ages 5+.

  • Prue McKeel's life is ordinary. That is, until her baby brother is kidnapped by crows and Prue discovers that the Impassable Wilderness behind her home in misty Oregon is actually a world all its own. Prue and her friend Curtis have quite the adventure ahead of them. Read-aloud, ages 7+.   

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