Families looking for free seasonal activities should visit the Ceres Library this month for unique crafts. These programs will be held on select Thursday afternoons at 3:30 p.m. during October.
Crafts include creating a fall tree on Oct. 4, and a paper plate ghost craft on Oct. 11. Children may enjoy a “Ghoulish Tasty Treat” on Oct. 25 by making scary, edible eyeballs.
“We offer seasonal crafts and activities to reinforce what children are learning at home and school about the seasons in a way that is fun,” said Gloria Contreras-Houston, library assistant at the Ceres Library. “It’s also a way for kids to create decorations for their homes at no cost to their families.”
The crafts are free to participants, and all materials will be provided. Children ages 5 and under are welcome to participate, however they must have direct supervision from parents or adult guardians.
The Ceres Library is located at 2250 Magnolia Street. For more information, call the library at 537-8938. Information about regularly occurring library programs can be found at www.stanislauslibrary.org, under the “Events and Classes” tab.