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We have a new scavenger game for January- “Harry Potter Scavenger Hunt.” There are 15 chocolate frog cards of Harry Potter characters around the library. The sheet gives a clue where to find each character. Complete the page to win a prize!
The Aston Public Library will be hosting a FREE Makin’ Music Rockin’ Rhythms concert on Wednesday, December 21st at 6:30PM.
Makin’ Music Rockin’ Rhythms needs no introduction to the sippy-cup crowd! This multi-award winning group of talented teachers/performers has attained household name status among children and their parents for their popular classes, camps and performances. This show will feature an infectious mix of folk/pop family music that develops a rapport with the audience and encourages the whole family to sing and dance along! This is a FREE show for pre-school fans of fun, laughter and music.
There are 18 Booker T Mad Scientists around the library (he had a cloning accident!). Your child can find them to win a prize!
Wednesday, November 16 at 6:30 PM, Dave from Segal Puppets will entertain the kids with 40 minutes of unforgettable interactive surprises perfect for preschoolers and families alike. This will be an all-new show! Bring your child to this free program!
Wednesday, October 19 at 6:30 PM, The Aston Public Library will host a special Halloween Safety Magic show with Ed Schmitt!
Ed Schmitt is an Awarding Winning Children’s magician from the Delaware Valley. His Halloween Magic Show is designed for Boys and Ghouls of all ages. His show will teach the kids important parts of Halloween safety while giving them a good time. The show uses Music, Magic, Comedy, Live Animals and Lots of Audience Participation to create an enjoyable experience for the whole family. No registration required.
Wednesday, September 21 at 6:30 PM, Aston Public Library will be visited again by the Wallaby Tales Traveling Zoo! They will present an educational, comical and entertaining program for kids of all ages. Come see at least 5 unusual animals and learn about their habitats and food sources. This is where animals, education, and fun collide! Bring your child to this free program!