Looking for something to do during March Break? The Champlain Library is the perfect March Break destination for learning, reading, and fun. Let library staff spark your child’s curiosity with our free programs!
Monday, March 11 the library will host a Teddy Bear Sleepover! What kind of adventures will your teddy have when it spends the night in the library? Drop off your teddy or stuffed friend on Monday, March 11 and they can spend the night with all of the other teddies! Pick up your teddy the next day and find out all about their exciting night in the library.
On Tuesday, March 12, Story Time for children newborn to 5 years takes place at 10 am. Join library staff to read two stories, one in English and one in French. Children then do a craft followed by a snack of juice and crackers. After Story Time, they are encouraged to choose books that can be read together at home.
Saint Patrick arrives early at the library as kids make a Saint Patrick’s Day craft on Thursday, March 14th. The craft session begins at 4 pm and is open to children 6 years and up.
March Break wouldn’t be complete without an Afternoon at the Movies. Please join us for “The Jungle Bunch” movie at 4 pm on Friday, March 15. Popcorn and juice will be served.
Don’t delay! Space is limited so register your kids today by calling the Champlain Library at 613-678-2216. Or register online on our website www.bc-cl.ca.
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