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  • Mountain Home, ID, 83647
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The Mountain Home Friends of the Library present the ...

American Girl Tea

&

Dangerous Day for Boys

 

It's time again for the Friends of the Library 6th Annual American Girl Tea Party and Dangerous Day for Boys.  Space is limited and Pre-Registration is required to attend. Sign-up sheets will be available September 1st at both the Circulation Desk and in the Youth Services Department! We hope you will join us!

Available in 2 Sessions for each Event

12:00 to 1:30 p.m.

2:30 to 4:00 p.m.

Parents and kids, mark your calendar for Saturday, September 19th,  2015 and join the Mountain Home Public Library for it's annual "American Girl Tea and Dangerous Day for Boys".  Both events, sponsored by the Friends of the Library, will have two sessions running from Noon to 1:30 pm and 2:30 to 4:00 pm.  Tea party seating is limited to 50 participants per session and we urge you to sign up early for both activities.  For more information, drop by the Library's Circulation Desk or give us a call at  587-4716.  

This year our Tea will feature American Girl Josefina, and you are invited to come dressed up in fiesta fashion to enjoy Mexican hot cocoa and delicious mini-empanadas all served by the ladies from the Friends on their best china.  Be sure to bring one of your own dolls for the Doll Parade and be ready to take part in other activities being planned.  Each year the Friends of the Library hold four drawings for American Girl dolls they provide for the Tea Party.    

The daring Dangerous Day for Boys is loosely centered around Conn and Hal Iggulden's great book, "The Dangerous Book for Boys".  This boys adventure will include a bit of archery, the famous rubber chicken catapult,  a few other skill games, handouts and there seems to be promise the closest the "Dangerous Day" will come to manners will be the paper towels provided as napkins for the campfire lunch that will be served!

Hope to see you at the Library on the 19th!