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It might be a little chilly outside this weekend, but there’s still plenty to do.
Our suggestion: Bundle up, and get out there.
We’ve compiled a list of what’s happening in the Omaha area this weekend.
For instance, the Papillion Library, 222 N. Jefferson St, is hosting a 10 a.m. Super Hero Party for kids ages 3 to 8.
Super games, crafts, and snacks are included. Costumes are welcomed!
Momaha’s Evening Children’s Story Time is 7 p.m. tonight at the Bookworm Bookstore, near 87th and Pacific Streets.
We hope you can join us.
Debra Ray, administrative assistant to Warren Buffett, will be tonight’s guest storyteller.
Children are encouraged to wear their pajamas and bring a teddy (or small stuffed animal).
We’re excited to announce tonight’s guest reader for momaha’s Evening Children’s Story Time will be Sheila Christ, who owns She.La in Countryside Village.
She’s has owned the prêt-à-porter (or ready-to-wear) store for 15 years now. About 18 months ago, the store started carrying children’s wear — sizes newborn to age 12 for girls and newborn to age 6 for boys.
Sheila is wife to Fred Vakili and a mom to 4-year-old son Cameron. The couple will take turns reading at the 7 p.m. story time tonight at the Bookworm Bookstore, near 87th and Pacific Streets.
Mark your calendar. Set a reminder. Tie a string around your finger.
Tomorrow is momaha’s first evening children’s story time at the Bookworm Bookstore at Countryside Village, near 87th and Pacific Streets.
I hope you can join us.
Expect a little singing, dancing and other fun activities.
We encourage children to wear their pajamas and bring a teddy (or another small stuffed animal) to this story hour.
Ooh, and we’ll have milk and cookies for the kids.
Momaha and The Bookworm at Countryside Village will host an evening children’s story time every last Friday of the month.