Santa Claus will once again be making a special stop at the Huntington Library for the holiday season this December. On Saturday, December 12th at 10am, Santa will join library staff and patrons for a special holiday-themed story and sing-along session. Each child will receive a small gift from Santa, sponsored by Psi Iota Xi. Parents are invited to bring their cameras to take pictures of their child with Santa, as well. The program is free and children of all ages are welcome, though the stories themselves are geared for young children.
The Huntington Library’s annual Christmas Extravaganza kicks off early December as well. Centered around the book My Penguin Osbert by Elizabeth Cody Kimmel, the program will include a special story time, songs and rhymes, a craft, and an information session on penguins. Geared around children ages 4 years and up, the program takes place in Markle during the Christmas In Our Town festival Saturday, December 5th at 11am, and in Huntington Tuesday, December 15th at 4:30pm.
Registration is appreciated but not required for these events; to sign up or for more information, call the Youth Services department at 260-356-2900.