To celebrate Halloween, we are having a party at Brompton Library this Saturday 27 October, 2 to 3pm.
We will be making skeletons, playing spooky games, blowing up balloon ghosts and telling Halloween jokes with our own jokebox! We have some great prizes and lots of special treats so why not come along? Book your free place here on Eventbrite
Here is our Halloween jokebox that you can print out and play with at home –
How to make the Halloween jokebox:
- Print out the image above
- Cut along the dotted line
- Turn over so that pictures are on the table are face down
- Fold all corners into the centre
- Turn back over so that the pictures are facing up and fold the corners into the middle again
- Fold in half so that the pictures are on the outside and the questions are on the inside
- Put your fingers in the corners to open out.
We hope you enjoy making that and hope to see you at our party this Saturday!
Fiona, Brompton Library
Our special Halloween session took place at the usual Baby Rhyme Time hours – 10.45am till 11.15am. The turnout was brilliant with no space left for a single extra pumpkin or bat suit, with 40 children and 36 adults jammed in our under 5’s section of the library.
Many children and two members of staff (including yours truly!) were fancy dressed for the occasion. The children in all colours and shapes – gorgeous smiley pumpkins, a bumblebee, a batboy, princesses and even a tiny beautiful vampire dressed to kill. The staff dressed in black, with hats and all, offered a striking contrast to the colourful surroundings in the Children’s library. Our Halloween displays, prepared in the weeks leading to the event, benefited from the drawings and colouring contributions of customers as seen below!
Apart from our usual selection of songs, we also sang a few tunes suggested by parents and nannies. However, the cherry on the top of the Halloween cake was to sing a special Halloween song for the 1st time together at North Ken’s Baby Rhyme Time: the Halloween version of one of our most popular and requested classic, “The (Spooky) Wheels on the Bus”, by Elizabeth Mills.
We finished off by handing out one small bag to each child filled with some goodies to nibble at. There were smiley faces all around. We all had a party! Watch this space for more parties – it’s that time of year already!
Silvia Sousa, North Kensington Library