Trick-or-treating, stories and more at the Austintown library
Neighbors | Zack Shively.The children had to guess how many pieces of candy corn a jar held at "Halloween Family Story Time" at the Austintown library. The child who guessed closest to the actual number got to have the jar of candy.
Neighbors | Zack Shively.Nikki Puhalla read stories to children for the Austintown library's "Halloween Family Story Time" on Oct. 24. The event celebrated Halloween and had a couple crafts and games following the Halloween theme.
Neighbors | Zack Shively.The children walked around the library for trick-or-treating at the Austintown library after story time, crafts and games.
Neighbors | Zack Shively.Children made two crafts at the Austintown library's "Halloween Family Story Time." They made mummies by gluing tissue paper to a cut out. They also received treat bag that they decorated with stickers and drew on with crayons.
Neighbors | Zack Shively.The Austintown library provided two games during their "Halloween Family Story Time." One game, called "spider cornhole," asked children to throw beanbags onto a board and in a hole. The other game, pictured, was "ghost knockdown" where the children tossed beanbags at a stack of ten cups.
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