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Tuesday, April 5, 2016

Lego Lovers–Check out the Amazing Lego Americana Roadshow at Bridgewater Commons then Come to Bridgewater Library for Lego Fun and More. Make Your Own Book at Somerville Library this Saturday and Read an Online Jersey Mystery Story.


Calling all LEGO Lovers:
The LEGO Americana Roadshow is at  Bridgewater Commons through April 17th.

See large scale LEGO models and participate in free building activities.

photo courtesy of LEGO Americana Roadshow

Ten one-of-a-kind, large scale models of American Landmarks made completely out of LEGO® bricks by LEGO® Master Builders – including the U.S. Capitol Building, White House, Supreme Court, Washington Monument, Jefferson Memorial, Lincoln Memorial, Statue of Liberty, Independence Hall, the Liberty Bell and Old North Church – take over Bridgewater Commons and entertain customers with stunning visuals and fun facts."

The show runs Saturday, April 2nd through Sunday, April 17, 2016, and will be spread throughout the mall for guests to view
(you can view a map of the display locations
Exhibition hours are: Monday-Saturday 10am-9pm
                               Sunday 11am-6pm

Kids can also make and take home their own mini version of a Lego Independence Hall for free!* (*restrictions apply- see their website)

Activities and other visuals will include:

  • LEGO brick play area: Children of all ages can build whatever their imaginations dream up
  • LEGO building activity:  Make and take home your own mini version of a LEGO Independence Hall for free on Saturday, April 9 and Sunday, April 10 from noon to 4 p.m.
  • LEGO scavenger hunt: Attendees can collect a special LEGO® prize after completing the LEGO® Americana Roadshow scavenger hunt.

Teachers can download lesson plan ideas from the event website, too!

Continue the fun at Bridgewater Library with our LEGO club.

Lego Club (Ages 3-12)  Thursday, April 21, 2016 4:30 PM - 5:30 PM. Registration is required and begins April 7. Join us for some fun Lego action! Legos provided. We now have Duplo Legos too! 

Create Your Own Book at
Somerville Public Library
Writing and Illustrating a story with Diana Patton. Ages 4-7  Saturday, April 09, 2016 1:00 PM - 2:30 PM. Please register each child who will participate.

Diana will present stories she has written and illustrated, and afterwards will help the children to create their own story idea using watercolors, or crayons and pencils.  Diana Patton's books will be available for purchase and signing.  Diana's watercolors will be on exhibit in the library's upstairs gallery during the months of April and May.

Check out this online Jersey Mystery Series:

Start reading here: http://www.njcenterforthebook.org/jersey-trackers/

STORYTIMES RESUME THIS WEEK AT BRIDGEWATER LIBRARY, Also Sing Spring, Teen Movie, Tail Waggin’ Tutor, Tween Lock-In and More…






imageClick HERE to register for any of these programs.



Mile Square Theatre is proud to open its brand-new facility at the Artisan in Hoboken with a young audience production of GOODNIGHT MOON, Chad Henry’s lively musical adaptation of the well-known children’s book by Margaret Wise Brown and Clement Hurd.

WHEN: April 9-24:
Saturdays @ 2pm and 5pm
Sundays @ 11am and 2pm
Saturday, April 9 @ 2pm SOLD OUT
Sunday, April 24 @ 5pm Special Needs Inclusive Adjusted Performance

WHERE: Mile Square Theatre, The Artisan, Hoboken

TICKETS: Adults: $25 • Children and Seniors: $15
Purchase tickets at www.milesquaretheatre.org
GOODNIGHT MOON is recommended for ALL audiences 4 years and up.
Approximate run time: 75 minutes

Big Bad Wolf

A clever, warmhearted parable that...lights up the imaginations of its target audience. It’s an ideal introduction to theatre.
Big Bad Wolf Sat 4/16/2016 1:00 & 3:30 PM
Theatre at Raritan Valley Community College

He's the most misunderstood character in fairytale history. Put simply, he has no friends — just incredibly sharp teeth, yellow eyes and his own ideas about personal hygiene. He is the infamous Big Bad Wolf after all. Luckily Heidi Hood, the second cousin twice removed of Little Red, is brave enough to see past this wolf's bad press and an unlikely friendship is born. This hilarious, table-turning tale complete with puppetry, a poetry competition, and plenty of dancing will have you wondering why you were so scared in the first place.





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