Join us for the opening reception of our gallery of handmade trees. Enjoy a musical performance and a visit from Jingles, Santa’s favorite elf while you browse the trees. Pick up your Winter Playcation Kit from Enfield Plays On and enjoy the playful idea of the day over winter vacation. This event is sponsored by the Enfield Culture and Arts Commission, Jo Ann Walk, State Farm and the Enfield Public Library. Drop-in
In this family-friendly, acro-comedic act, Matica Arts will perform acts of daring and tremendous skill. Witness with awe extreme unicycling, club juggling, and more. Audience participation is a must. Ages 4 and up. Free tickets available at the library starting December 17th.
Design a picture that glows. Incorporate LED lights to make your design shine. You bring the imagination and we will provide the rest. Learn about electricity, conductivity and circuits while creating a one of a kind piece of art. Ages 7 and up. Registration required.
Join us for an uplifting, participatory storytelling event with master drummer Craig Norton. Children contribute to the program by playing, singing and dancing along. Ages 5 an up Free tickets will be available at the library beginning October 29th.
Crocodilians and turtles have been around for more that 100 million years. We will learn about how these fascinating reptiles adapted and evolved into the animals we see today. Meet a crocodile, alligator, turtle, tortoise and an 80 pound swamp monster! Ages 5 and up. Free tickets will be available beginning October 9th.
Ever wanted to try a trumpet? Violin? Now is your chance, The Musical Petting Zoo from the Springfield Symphony is an informative, hands on exhibit of musical instruments. Ages 5 and up Space is limited, Free ticket required. Ticket available at the library beginning July 23rd.
What can a donkey, dog, cat and rooster do when they have to leave their farm? Become world famous musicians, of course! Cactus Head Puppets will present this Grimm's fairy tale with lots of humor and wonderful puppets. Ages 4 and up Free tickets available at the library starting on July 2nd.