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Pajama stories and Santa draw crowd at Brookfield library

Published: Thursday, Dec. 26, 2013 10:54 a.m. CDT
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Kids enjoyed stories, crafts and a visit from old St. Nick at the Pajama Stories event at the Brookfield Public Library Dec. 20.

BROOKFIELD – The Brookfield Public Library hosted its ninth annual Pajama Family Storytime Dec. 20. 

The event featured holiday stories, crafts and snacks, along with a visit from Santa Claus, who made a special last-minute appearance at the library. During the event, Santa visited with families and heard requests for gifts like dolls, action figures, video games, books and even Band-Aids. 

Santa also posed with kids before a spirited background designed to look like a big Christmas present, wrapped in green paper with white snowflakes.

The reading of holiday stories and Santa’s visit were followed by a holiday sing-a-long to conclude the event. All participating families went home with a special blend of reindeer feed for Christmas Eve to make sure Santa’s transportation team would be able to find their homes on Christmas.

Fore more information about events at Brookfield Public Library, go to www.brookfieldlibrary.info or call 708-485-6917. 

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