May the Force be with you! Or should we say, May the Fourth? May 4th is celebrated at Star Wars Day, due to its punny relationship to the often-quoted phrase from the blockbuster franchise. To celebrate, the Huntington Library will provide a variety of activities from 3-5pm to keep Jedis of all ages entertained. This is a cosplay-friendly event!
May 2nd through the 7th is also Children’s Book Week! Stop by the Huntington Library any day during the week to participate in our celebratory programs. Can You Guess the Book Title? involves a glass case with decorated items representing book titles — how many can you guess? And Wacky Wednesday through Freaky Friday features a scavenger hunt where all participants search through the library to see how many backwards, upside down, or wacky things they can find — inspired by the Dr. Seuss book Wacky Wednesday. These programs are open to everyone and all ages.
And teens are invited to come make art out of Post-It Notes® at the Huntington and Markle Libraries through the entire month of March. Post-It® notes, markers, paper, glue, and other supplies will be provided — teens just need to come and bring their ideas! All submitted art will be on display for the remainder of the month in the teen areas of both libraries.