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STEM: Micro Terrarium

Event Type: Art|Hobby|Craft
Date:
Wednesday, 04/22/15 at 4:30 pm
Library: East Palo Alto
Ages: All Ages
Description:

Calling all families to celebrate Earth Day! We will be creating miniature terrariums for children to take home and learn about habitats through this artificial one. Terrariums provide an environment for many processes that take place in a natural habitat. Don't miss the fun and bring your whole family to celebrate the Month of the Young Child.



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Month of the Young Child: Sensory Play

Event Type: Art|Hobby|Craft
Date:
Thursday, 04/23/15 at 11:00 am
Library: Foster City
Ages: All Ages
Description:

Have fun exploring the different ways we experience the world with your child. Prepare to slow down and get your hands dirty engaging in materials and following your child’s interests.



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Month of the Young Child Sensory Play

Event Type: Art|Hobby|Craft
Date:
Thursday, 04/23/15 at 10:30 pm
Library: San Carlos
Ages: All Ages
Description:

Have fun exploring the different ways we experience the world with your child. Prepare to slow down and get your hands dirty engaging in materials and following your child’s interests.



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Go Fish

Event Type: Art|Hobby|Craft
Date:
Friday, 04/24/15 at 3:00 pm
Library: East Palo Alto
Ages: Children
Description:

Join us for a day of fishing! We will have water activities for babies and children. Prizes will be given if you catch a fish. Don't miss these fun activities.



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Day of the Children/Day of the Books: Tortilla Making

Event Type: Art|Hobby|Craft
Date:
Friday, 04/24/15 at 4:00 pm
Wednesday, 04/29/15 at 3:00 pm
Library: Millbrae
Ages: All Ages
Description:

Let's get ready for El día de los niños/El día de los libros (Children’s Day/Book Day) April 30th by making (and eating!) tortillas. According to the Online Etymology Dictionary, a tortilla is a "round, thin, flat bread of Mexico made from unleavened cornmeal or, less commonly, wheat flour. Traditionally the corn (maize) for tortillas was boiled with unslaked lime to soften the kernels and loosen the hulls. The grains were ground on a stone saddle quern, or metate. The tortilla was then baked on a comal, a griddle of earthenware or iron."



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Month of the Young Child: Sensory Play

Event Type: Art|Hobby|Craft
Date:
Saturday, 04/25/15 at 10:30 am
Library: Pacifica Sharp Park
Ages: All Ages
Description:

Have fun exploring the different ways we experience the world with your child. Prepare to slow down and get your hands dirty engaging in materials and following your child’s interests.



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Month of the Young Child: Sensory Play

Event Type: Art|Hobby|Craft
Date:
Saturday, 04/25/15 at 11:00 am
Library: Belmont
Ages: All Ages
Description:

Have fun exploring the different ways we experience the world with your child. Prepare to slow down and get your hands dirty engaging in materials and following your child’s interests.



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Knit With Us

Event Type: Art|Hobby|Craft
Date:
Tuesday, 03/24/15 at 6:00 pm
Tuesday, 04/28/15 at 6:00 pm
Tuesday, 05/12/15 at 6:00 pm
Tuesday, 05/26/15 at 6:00 pm
Tuesday, 06/23/15 at 6:00 pm
Tuesday, 07/14/15 at 6:00 pm
Tuesday, 07/28/15 at 6:00 pm
Library: Brisbane
Ages: All Ages
Description:

Join knitters of all skill levels and share knitting tips or swap patterns with others. Limited supplies will be available.



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