Check out these free holiday festivities at the Richmond Public Library

With Santa, bright lights, craft fairs, carolers and cheer, the holiday season has certainly settled on Richmond. In celebration, the Richmond Public Library has a whole host of free events scheduled throughout December and into January.

On Tuesday evening, families are invited to come dressed in their pajamas for a “cozy storytime” at 7 p.m. in the Ironwood branch. Can’t make it on Tuesday? The cozy storytime will also be held on Thursday, Dec. 13.

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Also on Dec. 13 – at 4 p.m. – head on down to the Brighouse branch for Winterland Wonderland: A Holiday Celebration, which will feature a puppet show, sing-along, photo booth, games and self-guided story tour.

On Wednesday, Dec. 19, the Steveston branch will host a winter sing-along at 4 p.m. and the festivities will even continue into the new year with winter-themed writing games at the Cambie branch on Thursday, Jan. 3.

Finally, readers are invited to join in a holiday reading challenge, “The 14 Days of Reading,” beginning Dec. 23. Visit any public library branch for more details on the challenge or these events.

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