library offers family learning activities in October | New


The library is offering a range of Halloween-themed activities this month, including ‘Cupcakes and Cursive’, where students learn to write words in cursive like ‘pumpkin’, ‘trick’, ‘treat’,’ autumn” and “leaf”. “

During the Halloween Haunted House Escape Room event, which kicked off Monday night and continues Monday through Wednesday October 18-19, October 25-26, and October 31 (offered three times a day: 3 p.m., 4 p.m., and 5 p.m. h in Lecture Hall Room 2 in the Event Hall), students are introduced to a scenario where they encounter a ghost who explains that they must find the clues to find their parents in this haunted house-style mystery adventure for adults . Children gain experience working together as a team to locate and interpret clues to solve a mystery. They wander through a dark room filled with objects that have false starts and false leads to discover, among ghosts, spiders, vampires and bats, a series of clues that will give them the combination to unlock a chest full of treats.


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