Say Hello to Spring with April Programs

Join the library for fun activities to celebrate spring, the season that brings us birds, blooms and bunnies.

From egg hunts to crafts and parties, read on for programs perfect for spring celebrations. Registration is required at all programs.

Easter Egg Hunts

The search is on at the library—for children and adults alike. The library has two Easter Egg Hunts this year:

  • Hop on over to the Cold Spring Branch for a classic Easter Egg Hunt. Kids can search for hidden surprises on Saturday, April 9 at 11 am.
  • This Easter Egg Hunt for adults comes with a twist: the eggs glow in the dark. Head to the Newport Branch on Saturday, April 16 at 8:30 pm to look for eggs hidden around the library. There are two levels that are fair game, with the lower one being easier for anyone who may have mobility issues or wants to work at their own pace.

Party Like it’s Spring!

Each branch is ushering in spring with celebrations and crafts. Ready your calendar for festive programs this April:

Carrico/Fort Thomas Branch: Q-Tips Lambs & Llamas
4 pm Thursday, April 14
Make a fun animal friend out of Q-tips and clothespins. Ages 11-19.


Alexandria Branch: Homeschool Hangout: Springtime Celebration
1 pm Wednesday, April 20
Welcome spring by making crafts inspired by the change of seasons. Grades 1-5.


Newport Branch: Butterfly Decor
3 pm Wednesday, April 20
Butterflies season is nearly here, so make a craft inspired by the beloved insect. Ages 11-19.


Alexandria Branch: Here Comes the Sun
1:30 pm Saturday, April 23
Dance and sing along to classic Beatles music performed by local musician Xander Wells. The concert will take place at the large shelter by the lake at Alexandria Park (3965 Alexandria Drive). In the case of inclement weather, the event will be held at the Alexandria Branch. All ages.


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