The High River Library should be a busy place while the kids are off school for the Teachers Convention February 20 to 23.

Library Director Mary Zazalenchuk says they have some planned activities, but for those who are more of the "make your own fun" variety, the Library has you covered.

"You know you can come in and hang out. It's a great week to hunker down and do some reading first of all. But if you're not inclined that way we also have a PS4 at the Library, and in Friday we also have Mine Craft happening, so that's available to sign up for."

They're hosting a Slime 2.0 party on Wednesday, February 21, and "Library Olympics" on Thursday, February 22, among other things.

Zazalenchuck says they have plenty of other activities as well, not just during the week, but throughout the year.


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