Take a break from the snowy, cold weather and stop by the Dover Public Library during school vacation week, February 24-March 1, for free activities and entertainment.
Children of all ages are invited to make a “Rainbow Windsock” to hang outside in the March winds at the “Make-it, Take-it” craft table in the Children’s Room anytime during the week. All materials will be provided.
Saturday, February 22, is LEGO® Day! Use our blocks or bring your own to build and create. Meet new friends, share your building tips, get new ideas, and have fun!
Bozzie, a Certified Therapy Dog, and her handler, Lori, will be in the Children’s Room for the “Paws for Reading” program on Tuesday, February 25 from 4-5pm. Sign up ahead of time (call 603-516-6052) to read to Bozzie or drop by to say hello.
On Wednesday, February 26 at 9:30am, Miss Tina will present a special drop-in story time with a weather-related theme. All children and caregivers are welcome to attend in the Lecture Hall. No registration is necessary.
On Thursday, February 27 at 10:30am, award-winning musician Steve Blunt will entertain with his interactive musical show for all ages. Steve is a part-time music teacher, part-time singer/storyteller. He started creating songs for children back in the mid 90’s while working as a middle school English teacher and raising a young daughter. Critics have called his original performances “funny”, heartfelt” and “engaging”. All are welcome to this free performance.
Two Saturday movie matinees will bookend the school vacation week. On Saturday, February 22, the library will be showing “Ender’s Game” (PG 13), and on Saturday, March1, the feature film will be “Alpha & Omega 2” (PG). All Saturday matinees start at 2pm in the Lecture Hall and viewers may bring their own popcorn and snacks!