This 20 to 30 minute program is intended for children ages 18 months to 3 years. There will be fun interactive songs and stories.
Santa Claus is the most recognizable symbol of Christmas in America. But "the jolly old elf" began his life as a very religious personage, surrounded by myth and mystery.
Learn how Nicholas Bishop of Myra got transformed into the red suited figure we know today. Along the way meet Emperors Aurelian and Constantine of Rome, hear the dowry story that started the whole thing and learn the true meaning behind the names of those "eight tiny reindeer."
Guest Speaker: Fred Compton, Author and Warren County Historical Society Member
Seating is on a first come basis. Content of the program will not interfere with a young child's belief in Santa Claus, but much of the purely historical information is tailored toward an adult audience.
The Franklin-Springboro Public Library will hold its annual book sale at the Franklin Library. Buy a bag at the door, and fill it for one low price. On Sunday, $3 for reusable library totes and $1 for paper bags.
Let's sign along to some holiday music.
All ages and families are welcome. Registration is required and you can sign up at either library.
You and your family will be taught how to use some American Sign Language (ASL). Sign along to some of your favorite classic Christmas music.