Berryville Library offers spring break camp
Are you a tween looking for something super fun to do this Spring Break? Then you won’t want to miss the Berryville Library’s Catch the Feels! Spring Break Camp, which is free and open to all school-age youth. The camp will be held March 22-26, and sign-ups are going on now.
12 Feels (or emoji images as adults would call them) are on the loose, and the goal for all Spring Break Camp participants will be to catch as many as they can by completing challenges designed to produce the feelings the Feel depicts. The challenges will begin Monday, March 22. Two of the challenges can be done at home. Four of the challenges can be done at home with supply kits available to be picked up at the library.
Four of the challenges can be done at the library any time during the week. Two of the challenges can only be completed during a drop-in program at the library from 1 p.m. to 6 p.m. March 23 and 25. Participants will earn a badge for each Feel caught by completing its challenge. Special prizes will be offered for those able to catch six or all 12 Feels during the week.
“While we still cannot gather in large numbers in the library, this year’s program will not disappoint” said camp coordinator Jennifer Geeo. “I really feel the tweens will have a blast catching all the Feels, and the prizes are pretty cool too.”
You can drop by the library to register or go to the Beanstack App on your smartphone or visit www.berryvillelibrary.org/Spring on your computer to get registered.
Don’t be slow — the Feels are here for just five short days!
For more information, contact the Berryville Library at 104 Spring St. or call 870-423-2323. The library also has active Facebook and Instagram pages.