Twenty two children and their parents stopped by the Sewickley Public Library Wednesday night for a Lego-building extravaganza.
The library provided the Lego bricks and welcomed children to also bring their own from home. Whether a robot or giraffe, a tiger or a dinosaur, all of the children put inspiration and imagination for each creation.
Dani Danylo, children's librarian, said the hands-on program was the first to be offered this summer and Wednesday's proved to be a success.
She said the library will likely host another in the coming months, possibly in October. In addition to Lego, coloring activities, snacks, and Lego-related library materials were also provided.
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