LEGOs at the Library

Petworth Library

LEGOs at the Library

It's a month-long extravaganza!

It's a LEGO extravaganza at the library!

Why, you ask? Because we say so!

LEGO activities are a wonderful way to encourage children to particpate in science-related activities by building, designing and testing solutions. Thus, while our love for LEGOS may simply have to do with the fun that can be had from this engaging activity, it appears that LEGOS offer more than just stimulating entertainment. 

During the month of April, come to the children's room at Petworth library to engage in a variety of programs. These include:
  • Every Thursday at 4 p.m., we will offer LEGOs for play although each week will feature a different special challenge.
  • On Tuesday, April 14 at 4 p.m., we will watch a special related LEGO movie. Perhaps you're a fan of the character Emmet, or just want to watch Unikitty again. Join us for an afternoon of laughs as Lord Business gets down to some evil mayhem.
  • On Tuesday, April 21 at 4 p.m., we'll have a special LEGO-related craft. If you've ever dreamed of creating your own LEGO figurine, then this is the project for you! Parents please note that this craft includes fragile materials, so it is intended for older children, ages 8 and older. 
LEGOS are a grand way to build yourself an adventure. But in the meantime, why not try these books?