We are all aware of the vast number of clubs that adults get to participate in, but how ’bout a club for the kids? While checking out myriad activities that The Central Library conducts on a weekly basis, I came across one ongoing meet-up that parents might want to consider. It’s the Lego Club!
“The Lego Club is very cool,” said Joy Testa Cinquino, Assistant Deputy Director, Development and Communications at The Central Library. “Legos have been around for ages and are still very, very popular. Lego Club takes place on the fourth Saturday of the month, September through April here at downtown Central Library. The Lego club does not meet May, June, July and August because we have tons of Summer Reading programs during those months. Lego Club has a great turnout each month – the club averaging about 30+ children per session. We provide the Legos in all different shapes, sizes and colors. Children’s Librarian Kasey Mack leads the club each month and creates a theme. Each meeting starts with a very short YouTube video about Legos to give the kids some ideas.”
Ring of Knowledge – Main Floor
Saturday April 27, 2013 – Starting time 1pm
Children ages 5-12
*Note many of our other libraries also offer free Lego Clubs.