Spring Break Fun at the Delta Libraries
Mar 22, 2018
Take a look at some of the amazing activities taking place at Delta Libraries during Spring Break.
Escape Room Fun
Friday, March 23, from 1 pm – 3 pm – Tsawwassen Library
Charles Wallace, from A Wrinkle in Time, needs your help! Join other tweens (ages 10-13) in solving clues to unlock the chain that binds Charles Wallace to IT. Come with friends or on your own. Teams of four will enter the room and have half an hour to solve four clues that will gain them and Charles Wallace their freedom. Drop in.
Team T & J
Monday, March 26, 11 am – 11:45 am – George Mackie Library
Monday, March 26, 2 pm – 2:45 pm – Tsawwassen Library
The libraries are thrilled to have these professional entertainers come out from Toronto to offer an interactive music show for kids and families. Team T&J is being considered for a Juno nomination for Best Children’s Album of the Year. Their show creates an environment where kids can explore and express their imaginations through the excitement and freedom of live music interaction! You can learn more about Team T&J and the show by visiting their website. Tickets will be required at the George Mackie Library event – pick up yours today!
Forensic Science for Teens
Wednesday, March 28, 2 pm – 3 pm – George Mackie Library
Are you a fan of CSI, Bones, or other shows featuring forensic science? Are you interested in Forensic Science as a career? Come get the lowdown on forensic crime solving with Delta Police Constable Abhay Chawla of the Forensic Identification Services Section. Hear about techniques, cases, and more! Take a peek at the Forensic vehicle. The presentation will include slides and a Q&A. Some material discussed may be complex and graphic. Suitable for ages 12 and older.
Build it with KEVA!
Wednesday, March 28, 3:30 pm – 4:30 pm – Ladner Pioneer Library
Join us at the library for construction fun! KEVA Planks can be used to build structures by simply stacking the planks. No glue or connectors – yet builders can explore a myriad of engineering techniques. From preschooler to architects, everyone can build at their own skill level.