Stuffed Animal Sleepover in the Library!

UW-Whitewater students, staff, faculty and Children’s Center families accompanied by a child 6 years of age or younger, are invited to Andersen Library’s first annual Stuffed Animal Sleepover on Friday, April 19th. We are joining the Children’s Center in celebrating the Week of the Young Child, and we at the Library heartily salute our local early childhood educators. Child participants bring a stuffed animal friend to join them in a library storytime and craft activity around the theme of Our Town, this year’s Big Read selection. Their stuffed animals get to stay the night and explore the library after hours! Children will pick up their stuffed animal and a photo memory book of their animal’s night-time adventures on Saturday, April 20th, or Monday, April 22nd.

Note: Children need to be accompanied by an adult, but chaperones will be provided for the stuffed animals during the night. Please fill out the form below to register your child.

Note: As of April 17, we have a full house for both sessions so will not be able to take more registrations for this event. 

About Ellen Latorraca

Reference & Instruction Librarian Liaison for the College of Education & Professional Studies
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1 Response to Stuffed Animal Sleepover in the Library!

  1. DJ says:

    I wonder what these stuffed animals will be up to after hours. Any ideas?

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