Blowing Bubbles at Rodgers Memorial Library

July 22, 2016

 

by Kaylee Murphy

On Monday, Rodgers Memorial Library had a variety of bubbles for kids to play with. Under the summer sun kids and their parents had fun using different types of bubble-making methods. Kristen is one of the five contributors who help with children’s programs. She was in charge of the activity that day and has proudly been a part of the library for 11 years.

There were multiple stations that had different fun bubble-making opportunities. There were wands in various shapes such as stars. There was a station that had two giant sticks and a string to make massive bubbles. The coolest station was the one that had a variety of colored bubbles, although kids could get a little messy with it.

The Rodgers Memorial Library has many fun summer activities and programs for kids, teens and adults. Visit their website at rodgerslibrary.org for more information or to register for upcoming events and programs.