Monday, November 9, 2015

Lego love at Mentor Library

The Dziemianzok family builds as a team during Kids @ Work at Mentor Library.
You’ve heard of our Kids @ Work program?

On the first Saturday of each month, families come to our Main Branch to play and build with our Lego blocks.

Yes, it’s that simple. Usually, there’s some sort of theme. For example, last Saturday we were building stuff that had to do with Thanksgiving.
Andrew concentrates on building his ship.
But there’s also no need to follow the theme. You can build whatever your imagination conjures.

You don’t have to register beforehand either. Just come and play. (However, we do ask that kids younger than 8 have an adult with them; and, as with any library program, we ask that you be kind to the other patrons.)

The program may be simple, but it’s also pretty popular. Our Garfield Room gets crowded on that first Saturday with young builders.
Sammy puts the finishing touches on his house.
And our Lego love extends beyond Kids @ Work. We have three Lego/Duplo programs a month—one for each of our branches.

You can rock with our blocks at the Main Branch on the first Saturday of the month, at our Mentor-on-the-Lake Branch on the second Saturday, and at our Headlands Branch on the third Saturday.

The rules are the same at each branch. You bring your imagination, we’ll bring the Lego blocks, and let’s see what we can build!
Kids can build based on a them or make whatever they imagine.

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