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Keep the Kids Entertained on Break at the Dearborn Public Library

Dearborn Public Schools are on mid-winter break Feb. 18-22.

School's out for mid-winter break in Dearborn—but do you have anything to keep the kids entertained?

The Dearborn Public Library does, with their series of "Break-Fest" activities, as well as their third Thursday drop-in craft.

All activities take place in the youth department of the Henry Ford Centennial Library. Here's a look at the all-ages line-up:

BREAK-FEST: WII GAMING & BOARD GAMES
Tuesday, Feb. 19, 2-4 p.m.
All Ages.
No Registration Necessary

Join us for Break-Fest! Play Wii, play board games or put together giant floor puzzles. Wii players must be in at least 1st grade (6yrs old). Board games and puzzles are available for all ages. No registration, but space may be limited.

BREAK-FEST: BOOK BINGO
Wednesday, Feb. 20, 2 p.m.
All Ages.
No Registration Necessary

Feeling lucky? Join us for an afternoon of Book Bingo! Get a Bingo with favorite books & characters & win a book. Space is limited.

FEBRUARY THIRD THURSDAY CRAFT
Thursday, Feb. 21, 11 a.m.-7 p.m.
All Ages. Drop-In Craft.
No Registration Necessary

Fishy fun for everyone! Drop in to make a fish with all the colors of the rainbow! This is a drop-in craft. Younger children may need adult assistance. Crafts are available while supplies last.

BREAK-FEST: SCRAP CRAFTS
Friday, Feb. 22, 2-4 p.m.
All Ages.
No Registration Necessary

See what we find in our closet. Make some crafts, have some fun. Younger children may need parent/caregiver assistance.

What are you doing with your kids over mid-winter break? Share your ideas in the comments!

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