Galesburg Library Kids

Saturday, September 11, 2010

Teddy Bear Sleepover at the Galesburg Library

The Teddy Bears had lots of fun at their sleepover on Thurs. Sept. 9. Just see all the things they did at the library!

Friday, October 16, 2009


On Oct. 15, kids were getting ready for Halloween by making bogus blood, It's not Snot, and fake wounds.

Refreshments were "Dirt" dessert and "Pee-pee" punch.

Tuesday, October 06, 2009

American Girl Rebecca

The newest American Girl, Rebecca, was featured on Sunday Oct. 4. The participants were able to learn about Rebecca Rubin, an eleven year old Jewish girl during 1914. The girls made a Tzedekah, a carousal horse and an American flag. They also tried rugelach and lemonade.

Monday, September 28, 2009

Magic Fairy Tea Party

On Sunday, Sept. 27, author Sandra McCone read part of her book, The Magic Fairy Tea Party, to 26 children. The children enjoyed tea and cookies, and also made fairy wings and wands.

Wednesday, September 23, 2009

The Ice Cream Social and Kids' Class Day was a lot fun on Sunday Sept 13. Children and parents enjoyed ice cream and the kids were able to learn about juggling, how to care for pets, hand painting, cupcake decorating, magic tricks, origami, caricature drawing and balloon scultpure.

Thursday, May 14, 2009

American Girl Club - Kaya

On May 2, the American Girl's Club featured Kaya. Girls made a Native American pouch necklace, a drum, decorated a leather keychain, and played Kaya trivia.

Care Bears Family Activity Night

On Thursday, April 16 children had lots of fun making window clings, playing a match game, getting their face painted and winning cupcakes from a cupcake walk.

Thursday, October 09, 2008

Fancy Nancy Soiree

Everyone was very "fancy" on Sun. Oct. 5 for the Fancy Nancy Soiree (that's a fancy word for party). The girls dressed in their fanciest clothes, made tiaras, decorated sunglasses, made fancy pencils with ribbons and feathers, frosted cupcakes, and had their face painted.

American Girls Club

Kit Kittredge was the featured American Girl on Sat. Sept. 27. Participants made crafts and played games from the 1934 era. There were games with marbles, paper boxes made from wall paper, decorated pencil holders made from cans, and oatmeal raisin cookies.