5 Things to do with your Kids at Cabarrus County Libraries this WinterJan 30, 2018 03:50PM ● By Melanie Heisinger
Courtesy of the Cabarrus County Library.
The Cabarrus County library system luckily offers plenty of options and classes for you and your little ones to enjoy. Why not take advantage of them while you're stuck indoors? Read on to explore our 5 favorite things that the Cabarrus County library system has to offer this winter.
1. Toddler Story TimeAll branched offer a Toddler Story Time at varying times, so be sure to check their calendar for appropriate times.
These events are for walking-3-year-olds and require a caregiver to be with them. Along with stories, you can expect songs, finger plays and more. This is followed by playtime for toddlers and networking for parents. It's a great opportunity for everyone!
Ages Walking-3 years with caregiver - Stories, songs, finger plays and more, followed by playtime for toddlers and networking for parents. Read More »
2. Half Day Adventure Camps
The camp starts February 12th. Sessions vary, as do the focus and age groups. Learn more here.
3. Pokemon Club!
Trainers of all skill levels are welcome to join and test their skills. Both Pokémon trading cards and video games are welcome. Bring your own cards or games. The library will provide loaner decks if you do not have your own cards.
The first event is February 10th at the Harrisburg Library. The second at the Concord Library on the 23rd. Visit our calendar to find out more.
4. Fairy Tale Day: Family Story TimeOnce upon a time in a land far, far away….
Join the Mt. Pleasant Library for their Fairy Tale Day! This day takes place on February 22nd and kicks off with a Fairy Tale Day: Family Story Time at 10:30am.
Then, starting at 4:30, you can continue the celebration by getting to create fairy dust, build dragons, and become a licensed Bigfoot hunter. "Stay and listen to some of our favorite fairy tales," their website says, "and be sure to wear your favorite movie prince or princess costume!"
So, grab your favorite tiara and costume and join the library for some fairytale fun.
5. STEAM at the LibraryStarting March 2nd at the Kannapolis Branch Library, every Friday children from ages 5-12 can drop in for some STEAM activities.
STEAM is all about focusing on the Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Math side of things.
According to this SteamEdu.com, "STEAM is a way to teach how all things relate to each other, in school and in life. It’s more fun than traditional learning styles and makes more sense to all types of learners because it is based on the natural ways that people learn and are interested in things."
Ages 5-12 — Drop in for some STEAM activities. (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art & Math). Read More »
What are you doing with your family while we wait for warmer weather? Let us know in the comments!