Looking for Something to Do With The Family Today? Head to the Library

This community resource has something for virtually any age to enjoy on Friday.

The Phoenixville Public Library is a summer activity resource that can help parents cope with antsy kids, curious minds and summer vacation cabin fever.

With just over two weeks left before school is back in session, the library has several things going on for families who are getting a little restless and need something fun to do that won't bust the budget.

Friday at the Phoenixville Library:

9:30 a.m. Terrific Toddlers for ages 1-3. Focuses on introduction of picture books, finger plays and crafts.

10:15 a.m. Presechool Readiness for ages 3-5. Introduction of longer stories to promote active listening, listening to music, and crafts.

2:00 p.m. Family Movie Matinee. You're invited to join the library for a free movie matinee on a summer afternoon.  Popcorn and drinks provided.
Please call the library at 610-933-3013 x 124 for more details


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