Save this: Children's events at the Richmond Beach Library

Tuesday, July 2, 2019

Last Leaf Productions will perform Purrlie
at the Richmond Beach Library on July 20

Some very neat programs for Children and Families at the Richmond Beach Library in July.

The library is located at 19601 21st Ave NW, Shoreline 98177, 206-546-3522.

How to Paint a Planet Art Workshop
Tuesday, July 9, 11am
Presented by Witty Scientists.
Ages 5 and older with adult.
Learn about the planets of the solar system, what it might be like to live on one, and use watercolor painting to create your own planets.
All supplies provided.
Please register online beginning June 25

Stories Under the Tree Family Story Times
Thursday, July 11, 18 and 25, 12pm
Family program, all ages welcome with adult.
Spread out a blanket in the shade, bring a lunch and a friend for stories, songs and silliness under the big tree in the community park near the library.
If the weather is uncooperative, this program will be held in the library meeting room.

Purrlie’s Mission to the Milky Way
Saturday, July 20, 11am
Presented by Last Leaf Productions.
Family program, all ages welcome with adult.
Join us for a rollicking musical about Purrlie, the cat, who thinks the Milky Way is actually made of milk. She builds a rocket ship to explore the solar system.

Shadow Puppet Space Race Craft Workshop
Tuesday, July 23, 11am
Presented by Cheryl Hadley.
Ages 8 and older, ages 6 to 7 with adult.
Design and make your own shadow puppet spacecraft using a variety of materials. Then race your vehicle through a galactic obstacle course!
Please register online beginning July 9

The Jammin’ on Jupiter Show
Monday, July 29, 7pm
Held at Richmond Beach Community Park, adjacent to the library.
Presented by The Brian Waite Band.
Family program, all ages welcome with adult.
Sing, dance and laugh with the band as they blast off to the moon! Explore strange new worlds and meet a few hilarious aliens.


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