Doesn't it seem like spring has had to fight its way here this year? But all along, we at the Library have been planning for the moment when the landscape is alive with flowers, we can bring our books on picnics, and the spring holidays arrive in all their finery. This year we're doing something new to celebrate: on March 26th, children in grades 4 to 6 will be learning how to make frogs, bunnies, and flowers...out of origami! Anna Coats, our head of youth services, says “Origami is great for teaching patience, precision, and for developing fine motor skills—not to mention that the results are beautiful!" All materials will be provided, but space is limited, and registration for Tween Spring Holiday Origami begins tomorrow, March 19th.
We can't wait to see what they come up with. And as always, at Livingston Library we help you give your children the world.