Children share the love at the library
Love was in the air at the Springdale Public Library Saturday as Valentine’s Day was celebrated a little early by some.
Children, wearing red or pink, learned about and celebrated the occasion at the story time program. “Love” was their response when librarian Judy Hamilton asked what Valentine’s Day meant. The love was shared between library staff, and the children with some parents and grandparents.
Hamilton led the program with a reading from David Petersen’s “Snowy Valentine,” which was followed by some singing and the creation of a Valentine’s Day craft. The Valentine’s Day dance game — in which the children had to find the hearts with words associated with the occasion — was a big hit, as were the prizes.
It was an awesome day at the library to share the love.
Skylar Pilgrim makes legs for her heart man craft at the library. Librarian Judy Hamilton displays words associated with Valentine’s Day during Saturday’s story time program. Anna Simms helps her daughter Ava with a Valentine’s Day craft during Saturday’s story time program at the Springdale Public Library.
Owen Penney helped his daughter Eve with her Valentine’s Day craft.