Innovative Day was celebrated earlier this month and today in Lego Club, we discussed what it meant to be innovative! Technically, we're innovative every week we realized as we're constantly creating something new! We built inventions today, old ones and new ones, that included hotels with every luxury, walking mailboxes, jelly bean machines, and more!
Come out and join us next week to see what our next challenge will be!
This past week, Ferris Wheel Day was celebrated. Going off of that topic, today we built our own versions of a variety of amusement park rides. Would you dare ride any of these creations below?
We had our largest group yet today! Come out and join us next week so we can hit a new milestone! Enjoy the last weekend in February!
Love was in the air at today's lego club! Since tomorrow is Valentine's Day, it seemed fitting that we create our own versions of valentines. Some created sweet shops and others made lego hearts. There was even a love boat and some sweet messages for us to read! Check them out below:
Hope everyone has a nice Valentine's Day and an even better Presidents' Day weekend! See you next week!
Hello there lego clubbers! Today, we celebrated a key literary figure through our lego designs. Robinson Crusoe Day took place on Friday, February 1 so we created items that could find themselves on a deserted island. The results were quite impressive: a shipwrecked pirate ship, dune buggies, caves to take shelter in, a dancing pirate and much more! Take a look below:
Hope to see you all again next week!
Once again, the Haverford Township Free Library (HTFL) is honored to be chosen for the Free Library of Philadelphia's One Book One Philadelphia author event. Julie Otsuka, author of Buddha in the Attic, will come to Haverford Township to speak to the community about her book through a partnership with the Haverford Township School District, the Rotary Club of Haverford Township and HTFL. Not only will the author speak at the high school on Tuesday, March 12, but she will attend a luncheon in her honor here at the library on that day. Tickets are available for the luncheon at $15/person. Stop by the library to purchase your ticket.
Don't miss this extraordinary opportunity!