In early childhood education, sensory play is encouraged but often messy. Sensory bottles mean it doesn’t have to be! Parents, teachers, and other adults with young children in their lives are invited to a Sensory Bottle Make & Take at the Huntington Library Saturday, December 3rd at 1pm. Supplies will be provided so that attendees can make one calming bottle and one discovery bottle each. Hot water and hot glue will be used, so bringing children is not encouraged. The program is also limited to 20 participants due to supplies, so if you’re interested make sure to call the Reference Desk at 260-356-0824 to register. The workshop is free.
Books make wonderful gifts. Full of knowledge and adventure, they’re also a safe bet for those you just don’t know what to get as a gift. Books can be expensive—but they don’t have to be! The Friends of the Library will hold their annual Holiday Book Boutique Saturday, December 3rd from 9am-4:00pm at the Huntington Library. Books for sale will be both hard and softcovers in gift-giving quality, at a fraction of the cost of new books. There will be books for all ages, classics, and bestsellers, so if you want to give someone the gift of reading this holiday season, make sure you stop by the sale!