In effort to help keep your school-age kids busy during the teacher's strike, the Terrace Public Library presents 3 afternoons of programming: Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays from 1:00 to 2:30, children are welcome to "drop-in", no registration required. Tuesdays theme is science, Wednesdays are board games, and Thursdays are art, done in partnership with the Terrace Art Gallery. If the child is under 8, they need to bring a grown up, older sibling or babysitter. So join us, if school's out...the public library is in!
Looking for something to do with your kids while schools are not open? Bring them to the Library for this fun filled, (and educational), scavenger hunt all about finding things in the Library. Children receive a treat for completing the hunt and have their names entered for a grand prize too.
Hey kids: Do you ever want to know what Maxine does when you're not at the Library? Now you can! You're now able to watch the webcam set up in her glass house. The webcam can be found on the Children's page under the "Maxine" tab on the left hand side, or under "Links" tab and "Maxine's Webcam". Click the picture below to connect-
A dozen bears, alligators, donkeys and sasquatches slept over at the Terrace Public Library on Friday Sept 27th. Well...from the look of the photos, maybe they didn't "sleep" all that much! The Library's teen club tried to keep their fooling around in check, but seems they still managed a fair bit a silliness. Click the picture below to view the photo gallery of the event...