The Lancaster library is bringing forth a "Wild Summer Celebration" on Thursday, July 31, 2014 from 3:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. The celebration is a way of saying goodbye to the end of summer for most children, as they start school in the coming weeks. In addition, the City of Lancaster is a well-known city that continues to cater to the needs of their community and here is just another example. In order to be amongst the merrymaking celebration, do visit the Lancaster library and there is where all the fun will begin. The celebration is for girls and boys ages 3 to 12 years old, according to the Lancaster library.
Activities to Enjoy
Animal Bingo, a game of calling out numbers, letters and placing chips on a Bingo Card in various ways which could lead to winning a game. It is a fact that the game Bingo can be traced back to a lottery game called “Giuoco del Lotto d’ltalia” played in Italy in c. 1530, according to Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia.
Frog Toss, a game of tossing an object to a particular area.
Spinning Art, according to Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia; Spin Art is an art form that primarily uses paint, a canvas and a spinning platform.
So what can Stay-at-Home mothers do this Thursday? If moms have children within the age range for the festivity, they may pack up the vehicle with their family and head for the excitement. What if teens are in the family? The Lancaster library has a neat little Teen Room where one can sit quietly to read, study (yes even in summer) and with a library card have access to the many computers, except for the computers that are strictly for the little people. Here is one more suggestion for teens; if they are really responsible and trustworthy, moms may allow them to walk along The Blvd with a cool drink or frozen yogurt. Oh and mothers are not to be forgotten, while the younger children are celebrating and the teens are enjoying themselves responsibly, moms may grab some books or magazines and sit near watching the fun and enjoying herself as well.