On Saturday, March 28, 2020, the New Woodstock Free Library will hold its first-ever “Super Heroes Day.” The event, which is open to all children, runs from 10 a.m. to noon with continuous activities. Because this is a new program, the library asks families to register by Monday, March 23 by phone, email or in person.
Space is limited, so participants are advised to register early. Also, refreshments will be served.
“This first ‘Super Heroes Day’ will include activities with a super heroes theme, and participants will make things they can take home,” said the program leader.
“This program arose out of the popularity of comic book and blockbuster film characters such as Spiderman and Superman,” said Library Director Norm Parry. “This program draws on that interest in a way that everyone can appreciate. The library has a great collection of superheroes books and virtually all of the contemporary movies.”
Participants are encouraged to wear their superhero costume or mask and bring their superhero figurines and other toys to share.
Activities will be appropriate for all ages, including little ones with the assistance of their parents, siblings or friends. Anyone who would like to volunteer to help with the program may contact the library in advance.
For more information on these or other library programs, call the library at 315.662.3134 or visit newwoodstocklibrary.org, or check out the library’s Facebook page.
The library is open Monday 1-9, Tuesday 1-5, Wednesday 1-5 and 7-9, Thursday 1-5, Friday 1-5 and Saturday from 10 until 1.