Super Saturdays are back at the Greenville Library

By Wanda Mitchell

Warmer weather is finally here and with it comes the return of “Super Saturdays” at the Greenville-Butler County Public Library.

Super Saturday is held in the children’s room the third Saturday of every month from 10 a.m. until 11:30 a.m.

Kids ages eight and under are treated to singing, story time, crafts and snacks.

Bring your little ones in for a fun filled morning with Johnathan Grace, the Greenville-Butler County Library Children’s Director.

“Super Saturdays have picked up since November 20 when Grace re-started the program after the Covid-19 scare,” Grace said. “Around 35 kids now make it to Super Saturday.”

Toddler Tuesdays are back, too.

Every Tuesday from 10-10:45 a.m. toddlers get to hear a story about adventures or kindness and sharing. Afterward, they create a fun and easy craft pertaining to the theme of the story. Grace wraps up the event with a smile and a snack.

So round up your little ones and head to the Greenville-Butler County Public Library. Remember to get a free library card while you’re there, too.