Leap into Science

On Friday April 12th, patrons in grades K-5 had lots of fun learning about balance in the Franklin Institute’s Leap into Science program.  Our young patrons grasped concepts quickly while they participated in hands-on experiments comparing weighted objects, defying gravity with balancing birds and coming up with their own variations on the Leaning Tower of…
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Storytime with a Princess

On Saturday, March 30th, South Tacoma Branch had the pleasure of being visited by four Daffodil Princesses.  Princess Araya, Princess Lindsy, Princess Raegan and Queen Katie read stories, helped decorate crowns, made pinwheels and posed for pictures with all our young patrons.  They even helped the kids practice a “princess wave.”  It was a fun…
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Leprechauns in the Library

All the children and families that visited South Tacoma Branch on Saturday, March 16 were invited to participate in a leprechaun scavenger hunt.  Several small leprechauns hid themselves around the library to help patrons learn their way around the newly refreshed branch.  Some were trickier to find than others but they also brought plenty of…
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