We had a lovely time at the library. It was the first time Kali was out of her stroller and exploring there.
Not only did we happen to be there for stories and song time, Logan got a magic key so Santa could get in our house and he told the librarian about a book he read so he could get a star to decorate and put on the tree.
Kali clapped and cheered for Logan
"Cookie? No, Logan didn't give me a cookie? Why do you ask?"
We went to the Community Safety Village of York Region's "Celebrations of Cultures". Logan was so thrilled to drive in the golf cart from the parking lot with daddy!
On a wagon ride around the village
Logan loved these!
With the safety beaver -see the cute little village behind us? Adorable isn't it? Inside each building was a craft, activity or food item sponsored by a cultural or religious group from York Region. We got our names written on bookmarks in Japanese, we tasted samosas, we had Tartar Russian tea, played jingle bells to Bahai songs and looked at art from different countries. So much fun!
These blow-up decorations are always a big hit with Logan
Making jingle bells and gingerbread in "Santa's Workshop"
Hot chocolate and timbits --Santa must be Canadian!
Surprisingly Logan sat and watched the kids sing like a dozen Christmas Carols. He really liked watching the older kids