Fun Ideas for Kids in Columbia
There’s SNOW-place Like EdVenture!
Snowville is returning January 11, 2020! Bundle up and head to EdVenture for snowy fun, featuring indoor snow-tubing, “sock” ice hockey, snowy science experiments and more! Snowville will be open until February 29, 2020! Free with museum admission.
WILD KRATTS – LIVE! is a theatrical stage show based on the #1 animated television series Wild Kratts. Martin and Chris Kratt, stars of the Emmy-nominated Wild Kratts step out LIVE ON STAGE to engage the audience in a classic Wild Kratts story. Experience, live-on-stage, the astounding “creature” fundamentals, and the infectious excitement and inspiring quest of the Kratt Brothers that make the hit television series Wild Kratts so popular with kids and their families. February 25 Township Auditorium
Leapin’ Lizards, it’s Leap Day! February 29
Celebrate this day that comes only once every four years in silly style with stories, songs, some silly games and singing “Happy Leap Day to You.” Getting an extra day in the year is something to leap (and shout) about. Registration requested. For more information, please call (803) 798-7880 ext. 4 (all ages) or visit Irmo Branch Library.
What’s In Your Drink?
Jan. 22 | Richland Library Blythewood Come and explore healthy choices with Rosemary from the Richland County 4-H Extension office. They will get moving, learn about healthy beverage choices, and test some recipes to try at home. 3:30pm – 4:30pm
Irly Bird Books Coming Jan. 10th to Township Auditorium!
The quirky but cool rooster who always encounters new and exciting adventures with his friends at Grand Hen Station. Irly Bird Books are designed to enhance reading, language arts, math, science, social studies & health skills. Igniting children’s Imaginations & making learning fun!
Grab Your Wands and Fly Back to Hogwarts!
March 9, 2020: Head to Chapin Branch Library for another class at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry- with special guest Professor J.R. Fennell and Patricia Shandor! “Herbology” is the study of magical and mundane plants and herbs. Learn to identify and care for plants and discover how they were used in potions and medicine. Wizard attire encouraged. Registration required. Presented in partnership with the Lexington County Museum. For more information, call (803) 345-5479, (grades 4 – 12).