As I promised a few weeks ago, when I shared Two Fun Libraries for Columbus Kids, I’m sharing two MORE fun local libraries with you this week! If you’re tired of the same old, same old, these are some great options for a new outing with the kids!
1. Westerville Public Library
126 S. State St., Westerville, OH 43081, 614-882-7277
I love the trees in the Children’s Place!
The little kid’s area has a school bus . . .
a kitchen, puzzles . . .
a police car . . .
and a great view of the new Northstar! A visit to the library and a double chocolate cookie from Northstar sounds like a fun outing we need to put on the calendar! 😉
The Westerville Library has Drop-In Preschool Storytime, Rhyme Time, Yoga Tales and more! See the whole list of events for kids and families here!
2. Worthington Libraries, Northwest Library
2280 Hard Rd., Columbus, OH 43235, 614-807-2626
Northwest Library offers a unique area for kids called Story Garden! Around the children’s area, well known children’s stories are depicted in 3D!
It’s worth a trip to this library just to view this amazing artwork! Their website lists all of the stories depicted, including the author and a brief description of each story! Looking at the website, I see so many I missed on our visit!
Inside an area called Three Bears Cottage, there is a space for play for young children with lots of toys and seating!
Northwest Library currently has some kind of programming for children every weekday and at least one night a week! See the full calendar here.
What’s your favorite local library?
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