Richmond Beach Library - October children's activities

Thursday, September 30, 2010


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Richmond Beach Library Calendar of Events
October 2010
Children and Families

Pajamarama Story Times
Wednesday, October 6, 13 and 20, 7pm
All young children welcome with parent or caregiver.
Wear your pjs and join us for books, stories and songs!

Toddler Story Times
Thursday, October 7, 14, 21 and 28, 10:15am
Ages 24 to 36 months with adult, siblings welcome.
Join us for books, finger plays, stories and songs just for toddlers!

Preschool Story Times
Thursday, October 7, 14, 21 and 28, 11am
Ages 3 to 6 with adult, siblings welcome.
Enjoy stories, rhymes, music and movement with other preschool pals as we continue to celebrate the alphabet. This is a great way to get your child ready to read!

OCTO-Fest
Thursday, October 7, 12:15pm
Music, poetry, art and storytelling celebrating octopus and other sea-faring folks.
Please call the library for schedule of entertainment.

The Magical Adventures of Aquifer Man
Saturday, October 23, 3pm
Presented by Jeff Evans.
Ages 5 and older.
Faster than a jet of water, more powerful than a raging river and able to leap small streams in a single bound, Aquifer Man shares ways to protect and conserve water using feats of magic and wizardry.

Sponsored by the City of Shoreline Parks and Recreation.
The Green Bird
Monday, October 25, 7pm
Presented by Oregon Shadow Theatre.
Ages 4 and older.
In a story told with music and shadow puppets, a boy is transformed into a fortune-telling bird by an evil magician. A brave girl embarks on a journey to save him and encounters fantastic characters and scenes from Mexico’s rich folkloric tradition.

Performance held in a darkened room and is not appropriate for very young children.

Happy Pumpkin Stories
Wednesday, October 27, 7pm
NON-SCARY stories for Halloween! Wear a costume and join the parade in the library, followed by stories, songs and finger plays for little ghosts and gobbl'uns.

Read to Me!
Through May 2011.
Newborn to age 5 and their caregivers.
Read together for 20 minutes for 20 days in a month, and bring a completed Read to Me form to the library to select a free prize book!

Ask at the Information Desk for more details. 

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