Tuesday, July 6, 2010

York County Libraries Present SplashFest Saturday July 10, 2010 at Codorus State Park

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From 10am-2pm York County Libraries will be celebrating SplashFest at Codorus State Park.  This is a rain or shine event.  This FREE event will be held in the band shell and will include professional storytelling by Beth Rebert at 10:30am, children's performer Jim Rule at 12:30 and other awesome-looking performances.  In addition to the performers there will be free make & take crafts and an appearance by storybook character Lyle Lyle Crocodile.  There will be food vendors at the event but outside food is permitted.   


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It looks like it will be a fun and educational time for all ages, especially since it will be held at the beautiful Codorus State Park- if older children (10 and up) get bored there is so much to explore! 




I went to the library website (you can click on the post title to go there) and saw some other events that are going on through York County Libraries and saw something about Creepy Crawly Worm Races.  It didn't say when and where those were taking place (It definitely didn't mention it in the SplashFest announcement) but I must find out!  I have a 5 year old daughter who LOVES creepy crawly things and she would love this!!

Has anyone ever been to this?  Saturday is my son's 9th birthday so it will be up to him whether we go or not but I'm hoping he'll be interested in at least checking it out.  If he doesn't like it we can always simply enjoy one of our favorite big parks.  

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