You can find holiday-themed activities all month long at the Algoma Public Library. During December, the library has something to offer for people of all ages. One of the events is the Holiday Open House on December 16th. Library director Cathy Kolbeck lists what you can look forward to while in attendance.
The library will also be holding a holiday craft week starting on December 6th. During the week, children will work on a holiday chain to decorate the library tree; there are also craft activities for teens on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday. On Tuesday of that week, families are invited to join a Family Handprint grab-and-go kit. There will be a scrap tree ornament-making activity for adults who would like to drop in on Monday the 6th from 1-4 pm. In addition to the craft week and holiday open house, you can enjoy an interactive Polar Express viewing on Tuesday, December 7th. You will find a complete list of holiday events at the Algoma Public Library website.