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Halloween fun at the library 


Seventeen little preschoolers crowded into the adult section of the Cedar Springs Public Library last Friday, October 28, and had a fun pre-Halloween story time.

“Most were in costume,” said, Librarian Donna Clark. “We had Mario, Rapunzel, two dinosaurs, a zebra, a cow, a chicken, a couple of princesses, a mushroom, a fireman from Paw Patrol, a Samurai warrior, Minnie Mouse and a kitty cat. Miss Heidi was a cowgirl, Yippee Ki-yay!”
The best song was the Halloween Hokey Pokey and the best book was “The Spooky Wheels on the Bus Go Round and Round.” Craft time included making a monster mouth with a strange smile. Children glued the teeth and tongue onto a smiling open mouth and put it onto a stick—perfect for a costume party. Trick or Treat Stations were scattered about the library. The children left with a small bag of candy and a big Monster Smile!

Area families with preschoolers are invited to mark the date for fun and creative story times at the Cedar Springs Library, Fridays from 11:15 a.m. to 12 p.m. Stories, crafts and songs abound in an atmosphere of joy and creativity.

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