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Rock your family’s spring break staycation at your local library

March 13, 2020

Looking for something to do with the kids over spring break? The Sonoma County Library has activities scheduled for children, tweens and teens during spring school vacation. We’re talking comedy juggling, bilingual dance shows, kids’ ZUMBA, STEAM programs, coding clubs and more. 

From Sat., March 14, through Sat., March 21, the library will offer a range of free events intended to entertain and educate youth who are home on spring vacation. 

“These activities are perfect for families who are planning a spring break staycation,” said Sonoma County Library Youth Services Administrator Kathy DeWeese. “We encourage you to head to your local library for fun and educational programing that is completely free!”

Special guests include live theater troupe Traveling Lantern presenting the classic story “The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe;” comedy juggling “eco-tainment” with Rock Steady Juggling; and a bilingual music and dance show with duo Cascada de Flores. 

The library will also host a visit from Matt de la Peña, award-winning author of books for children and teens including Newbery-Award winning picture book “Last Stop on Market Street.” Other fun events include gaming programs, kids’ Zumba, STEAM programs, paper airplanes, yoga, crafts, coding clubs and the library’s regular range of story times and early learning classes for younger children.

All events are free and open to all. To learn more and see a schedule of spring break activities near you, visit us online.