Yes, summer vacation is officially over, and as kids head back to school, they might need some extra help with homework, or just a safe, fun place to hang out. Luckily, the Castle Shannon Public Library is offering just that—for free!
Starting at 4:30 p.m. every Wednesday, the library is hosting School Age Free Time for kids ages eight to eighteen. During this time, the library is open not just for socializing with friends, but for getting help with homework as well. So if your kids need a safe, fun place to spend a weekday afternoon, the library is the place to go.
In the same time-slot on Thursdays, the library invites kids ages ten to seventeen to participate in Fitness Frenzy. Each week will focus on a new form of exercise. No experience is needed to join in on the fun.
Here’s a bonus fact: the Castle Shannon Public Library earns money by collecting recycling. So if you have recyclables at home, take them to the library.