Welcome Spring Party

Saturday April 14th

1-2pm for little ones 6 & under

2:30-3:30 for older ones 7-12

Located in the children's room of the library.

We have facepainting, balloons, and lots of mini games, bowling, golf, basketball, and fishing. Games are designed for children old enought to stand and throw something!

Great FREE family fun. We do have free tickets for both time slots.  Walk-ins are also welcome. 

 

 

 

Chris Wallace Goldstein
Children's Librarian
Woonsocket Harris Public Library
www.woonsocketlibrary.org
401-769-9044 ext 2 for children's services

    

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