Kid's Library Olympics
Do you love cheering on your favorite snowboarder, skiier, or bobsledder in the Winter Olympics? If you can’t make it all the way to Sochi, come to the Mt. Pleasant Library to join in on the Olympics fun!
On Tuesday, Feb. 18 at 4 p.m., we will be hosting the first ever Library Olympics in the Children's Room on the second floor.
Events will include a figure skating relay, a “bobsled” race, Olympic trivia and more. Prizes will be awarded to all those who participate. Come to compete in the events and to cheer on your friends! This program is recommended for kids ages 6-12. Hope to see you there!
To enjoy the Olympic festivities at home and get ready for our event, check out some of these awesome resources around the Web.
- Visit the official Sochi games website for up-to-date statistics and information about the games. There are lots of videos and photos of your favorite athletes as well.
- Or check out Time for Kids and explore their special feature on the games in Sochi to learn about Sochi, Russia and the different events in the games.
Or check out a book from the library today!
Provides an overview of how the Olympics began in ancient Greece and a look at each day's festivities.
Bobsledding and the Luge
Describes the history of bobsledding and luge competition, with a look at these sports at the Olympics.
Great Olympic Moments
Learn facts about the Olympics and some of the greatest moments.