We have had Lego Club for several years, but suspended it since Covid. We had a teenage boy supervising it the first year. Then we had 2 adult men- Harry and Jerry, and they led the group for the past few years. It was Kindergarteners through 4th grade. They came off the bus after school, and had microwaved chips with melted cheese for a snack and cut-up apples. Only water to drink because of reoccurring spills. It was once a week, and was 1+1/2 hours. It brought in a lot of folks who otherwise did not frequent the library, but came to pick up their kids. We put word out to homeschoolers as well. The school helped us advertise.
Lubec Memorial Library
55 Water Street
Lubec, ME 04652
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From: Maine Libraries Discussion List <[log in to unmask]> On Behalf Of Alice Olson
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Subject: Re: [MELIBS-L] Questions about Lego Clubs
We would love to have this info as well. Thank you, Alice at Dr Shaw Memorial Library Mt Vernon
On Mon, Nov 29, 2021 at 10:16 AM Spaulding Memorial Library < [log in to unmask]> wrote:
> We have received a substantial donation of Lego bricks. Our Trustees
> would like to plan for a Lego Club. We would love to receive
> suggestions from any of you that have or have had, a Lego Club.
> Info such as limits on time, frequency of meetings, ages chaperones,
> rules,etc. All suggestions, including warnings are welcome!
> Thanks for your input!
> Susan Newton, Director
> Spaulding Memorial Library
> PO Box 300
> Sebago, ME 04029