WAYNE – Over the winter break the Wayne Public Library hosted many fun events for kids and adults to enjoy before the start of school.
Wednesday was the kickoff of Mother Goose programming which will run through March 17th. Thursday was a scavenger hunt and Friday will be a guessing game with guessers entered in a prize drawing for a book. Saturday will be Storytime and Sunday will be snowflake art and origami. There is ample opportunity to partake in Storytime, according to Library Director, Heather Headley.
“We just started back up with our Winter Storytime, so we will be doing programs on Wednesday mornings at 10 a.m. for newborns through toddlers up through preschool. We’ll include stories and activates and a lot of fun for them. We also do story times on Saturday mornings at 10:30 a.m.”
Other library programs are resuming. The adult coloring program has restarted for the year and is open to high school graduates and older. The event is sponsored by Pac and Save and is open to anyone who wants to come. The next session will be held on January 9th at 6 p.m.
The library will be working with Wayne State’s Education Majors to provide tutoring for students Kindergarten through 8th grade starting on the 22nd as well. They will be available 3:30 to 5:00 Mondays and Wednesdays after school to assist with any homework or projects students may have
“Right now, we are also having our annual magazine sale. That’s going on now through the 28th of January. Back issues of magazines are 10 cents an issue. It’s a first come first serve so stop in and feel free to pick out any that you may like.”
For those who got new electronic gadgets for Christmas they can come in on Mondays to learn more about their electronics and what they can do with them, through the library.
Waynedailynews.com has a list of Wayne Public Library events on the Events Calendar page.