Library for All Gets a Christmas Twist

Dec 5, 2018

Lego build

LCLS’s Library for All is tailored specifically for adult patrons with disabilities. Activities usually include a LEGO® build.

On December 11, the Laramie County Library will run a special Library for All event with a Christmas-themed puppet show put on by award-winning ventriloquist Meghan Casey of Rocky Mountain Puppets.

Library for All is a program that is catered specifically to adults with disabilities. Laramie County began offering it as a regular program in December 2017. Held the second Tuesday of each month from September through May, Library for All usually includes a craft, science demo, and LEGO® build. During previous programs, participants have created candle holders, periscopes, tie-dyed pillowcases, and more all while enjoying science demonstrations from Kurt Hinaman that explore everything from what brand of soda reacts best with Mentos to how paper airplanes fly in a wind tunnel.

This program is designed to ensure that every member of the Laramie County community has the opportunity to enjoy library events, making it a library that truly is for all.

The December 11 event will be held at 11:00 a.m. in the Cheyenne library’s Cottonwood Room with popcorn and sugar-free hot chocolate for attendees to enjoy.

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