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Themed Third Thursday: April Showers

Okay, so it’s been another one of those months. (Guess what! BoyChild gets to get his third set of ear tubes soon! Um, yay?) Instead of our regularly scheduled programming, I’m going to share websites and blogs with book lists and activities for rainy days! 248 more words

Children's Book Review

Shakespeare for Kids!

Shakespeare Festival St. Louis will present an abridged version of Two Gentlemen of Verona on Saturday, April 18th at 2:00 PM in Central Library’s auditorium. 278 more words

Early Elementary

Construction Junction

When you’re a kid, one of the most fun things to do is to build stuff. As part of the celebration of the Library’s 150th Anniversary, we’re inviting kids to play with construction toys from years gone by. 69 more words

Early Elementary

Garden Stamping at Divoll Branch

On March 30th, young patrons and families visiting Divoll Library participated in Garden Stamping. Using a variety of fruits and vegetables, pre-cut in half, and acrylic paint, children stamped prints of limes, grapefruits, cucumbers and more! 40 more words

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Fabulous Flowers at Schlafly Library

Celebrate spring with a fragrant and floral family night at Schlafly Branch.  Family Night: Flowers will take place Thursday, April 9th at 6:00pm in the activity room.  142 more words

Early Elementary

Family Science Night at the Missouri Botanical Garden

On Thursday, May 7 from 5:30-7:30 p.m., the Missouri Botanical Garden is teaming up with St. Louis Public Library for a fun, FREE evening of play, learning, and togetherness at the Garden. 81 more words

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Tweet, Tweet, Spring Is Here!

The days are warming and birdsongs are beginning to fill the air. There are so many ways to celebrate the beginning of spring! Why not read up on some of these fine, feathered bird-related titles to get into the spring of things! 556 more words

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