Around one hundred people came and helped us celebrate the grand opening of KDLville last week at our Englehardt branch. Those in attendance enjoyed cake, crafts, games, and balloon animals.
Now located at several of our branches, KDLville is an interactive early literacy learning center where young children and their caregivers can play, grow, and read. These spaces contain a variety of fun, developmentally appropriate activities that focus on different skills that will help children get ready to read. Some examples might include a puppet theater, a play grocery store, a train table, pre-writing games, etc. The activities at each KDLville location will rotate so visitors will have a new experience every couple of months.
If you weren’t able to make it to the KDLville Ribbon-Cutting Party at the Englehardt branch last week, you will have other opportunities to celebrate. The Krause Memorial branch will host a party tomorrow (Wednesday, May 18) at 10:00 AM. Also, the Plainfield and Spencer Township branches will hold Ribbon-Cutting Parties in August.
If you went to a KDLville party or visit KDLville in the near future, leave us a comment and let us know what you think.
Posted by: Katie