To celebrate the March 2nd birthday of Dr. Seuss, the Ruth Enlow Library has planned events at several branches featuring story reading and a free Dr. Seuss book for each child.
On Saturday March 2nd from 10:30 to 11:30 am, families are invited to the Oakland library for a Seuss party. Children ages 3 to 8 will enjoy a special reading by the Cat in the Hat, plus activities and crafts based on books by Dr. Seuss.
Also on March 2nd, the Grantsville library will host walk-in Dr. Seuss activities including coloring and games.
The Cat in the Hat will read his story to children at the Kitzmiller branch on Tuesday March 5th at 10:30 am. Children will make a Dr. Seuss bookmark and receive a free hat and pencil in addition to their free book.
On February 26th, the Accident library will host a Seuss-themed story time at 11 am including coloring pages, word puzzles, and more. Children will receive a pencil with a giant Seuss-themes eraser. These activities will be available during branch hours as a walk-in program lasting until March 8th.