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Craft time at the library

Two-year-old Anslea Hall of Conyers knew exactly what to do TO spruce up this stocking, especially with a candy cane in the one hand and sequins in the other. Anslea and her mom, Kori, (not pictured) were among several other families to attend the fifth annual Holiday “Drop-In” crafts that was held at Nancy Guinn Memorial Library on Monday afternoon. The Youth Service Department, where the event took place, is located on the first floor of the library, and had a room full of eager children ready to make Christmas wreaths, handprint angels, snowmen, holiday mice made out of candy canes and more. Visit the library’s website to see other events planned for kids of all ages, including a Wii and Board Game night, that will be held at 5 p.m. today. For more information, visit www.conyersrockdalelibrary.org. (Staff Photos: Julie Wells)

Two-year-old Anslea Hall of Conyers knew exactly what to do TO spruce up this stocking, especially with a candy cane in the one hand and sequins in the other. Anslea and her mom, Kori, (not pictured) were among several other families to attend the fifth annual Holiday “Drop-In” crafts that was held at Nancy Guinn Memorial Library on Monday afternoon. The Youth Service Department, where the event took place, is located on the first floor of the library, and had a room full of eager children ready to make Christmas wreaths, handprint angels, snowmen, holiday mice made out of candy canes and more. Visit the library’s website to see other events planned for kids of all ages, including a Wii and Board Game night, that will be held at 5 p.m. today. For more information, visit www.conyersrockdalelibrary.org. (Staff Photos: Julie Wells)

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Saniya Coleman, who is 3 years old, places just the right amount of glue on this bead which will be placed on the wreath she made at the Drop-In craft event. Saniya made it a family affair, she was joined by her 2-year-old brother, Rush, her 10-week-old brother Ethan, and mom, Amanda, all of whom are from Covington. The family came to the library for story time, but they got to make holiday crafts instead.

Two-year-old Anslea Hall of Conyers knew exactly what to do TO spruce up this stocking, especially with a candy cane in the one hand and sequins in the other. Anslea and her mom, Kori, (not pictured) were among several other families to attend the fifth annual Holiday “Drop-In” crafts that was held at Nancy Guinn Memorial Library on Monday afternoon. The Youth Service Department, where the event took place, is located on the first floor of the library, and had a room full of eager children ready to make Christmas wreaths, handprint angels, snowmen, holiday mice made out of candy canes and more. Visit the library’s website to see other events planned for kids of all ages, including a Wii and Board Game night, that will be held at 5 p.m. today. For more information, visit www.conyersrockdalelibrary.org. (Staff Photos: Julie Wells)

Saniya Coleman, who is 3 years old, places just the right amount of glue on this bead which will be placed on the wreath she made at the Drop-In craft event. Saniya made it a family affair, she was joined by her 2-year-old brother, Rush, her 10-week-old brother Ethan, and mom, Amanda, all of whom are from Covington. The family came to the library for story time, but they got to make holiday crafts instead.

From staff reports