Are your kids home from school Feb. 17-23? Make plans to head to Albany Public Library to keep them entertained with any one of more than two dozen fun and educational programs. All activities are free and open to the public.
For a complete listing, visit the library’s online calendar.
Here are just a few of the programs planned for kids and teens at APL libraries Feb. 17-23.
Feb. 17 (Mon)
- Mirror Magic with Scotia-Glenville Traveling Museum at 2 pm – Bach Branch
- Stories and Snacks with Albany’s Tulip Queen at 3 pm – Main Library
- Origami Boot Camp at 3 pm – Pine Hills Branch
Feb. 18 (Tues)
- Get the Scoop on Moon Dirt at 3 pm – Delaware Branch
- Exploring Color at 3 pm – North Albany Branch
- Flying Machines at 3 pm – Pine Hills Branch
Feb. 19 (Wed)
- Safe Child ID with Albany Police Department at 2 pm – Howe Branch
- Seussabration! Party at 3 pm – Main Library
- Clowning Around at 3:30 pm – Arbor Hill/West Hill Branch
- Build Your Own Robot Rover at 4 pm – Bach Branch
Feb. 20 (Thurs)
- Meet author/illustrator Gretchen Géser at 3 pm – Main Library
- Africa and the American South: Grits and Hoecakes with Honest Weight Food Co-op at 3:45 pm – Howe Branch
Feb. 23 (Sun)
- Indoor Planetarium presented by Dudley Observatory with showings at 1-5 pm – Main Library