- May 31 - King Library Opens at 1:00 PM
Looking for some fun activities for kids to enjoy during the upcoming Presidents’ Day vacation week? The Almaden Library and Community Center are offering a variety of family friendly activities you may enjoy. In addition to our regular storytime and music programs, the library will feature the following free events: a special visit from Smokey the Bear on Wednesday February 23 at 12:00. Meet Smokey and enjoy stories, songs, and information about fire prevention and fire safety. Later in the afternoon children are invited to enjoy a musical craft program. Join us at 3:30 and have fun creating your own musical instruments. On Thursday afternoon our Kid’s reading club, Book Adventures will be discussing the well-known book, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory by Roald Dahl. Children aged 7-12 are invited for this active program featuring games related to this beloved tale.
Looking for some day camp alternatives for the week? The Almaden Community Center offers something for everyone. At Camp B-L-D (Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner) chefs age 6-10 will take a trip around the Teaching Kitchen and learn how to make meals and snacks for each part of the day. Camp meets Tuesday-Friday 8:30-12:30. Cooking supplies are included in the $185 cost. Want some more active alternatives? Spend the week at Basketball Camp or Dodgeball Mini Camp Tuesday-Friday. Play basketball in the morning from 9-3 or dodgeball in the afternoon from 3:30-6:00. Basketball Camp is designed for youth ages 8-13 and costs $112 for San Jose residents. Dodgeball Camp welcomes dodgeball enthusiasts ages 8-12 at a cost of only $60. For more information contact the Almaden Community Center at 408-268-1133 or register online.