Algoma Public Library was able to once again hold its Annual Easter Egg Hunt. Library staff hid many eggs (children were limited to five eggs, which held treats and small prizes), played some Easter-themed games, and had crafts available to work on either at the library or to take home with them.
The library had a wonderful turnout, with approximately 140 participants coming and going within an hour period. This was definitely more than had shown up to any of the library's previous Egg Hunt programs.
The library also held a Tea Party on Saturday, May 7. Prior to COVID, the Tea Party had been an annual event with the first held in May of 2016. Library staff invited young children, along with a parent or guardian, to a "Wonderland Tea" time.
Participants enjoyed tea, lemonade, and a few small treats. Participants talked about tea party etiquette and had fun decorating their own crowns.
Thanks to Cathy Kolbeck, Director at Algoma Public Library, for contributing to this post.
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