There was a full house on Saturday, January 26, at the cookie decorating class sponsored by the Elgin Public Library. The class was taught by Raelynn Bygland and Twila Crosby of Albion. Sixteen eager cookie decorators attended the class and went home with their masterpieces. In the words of one excited participant, “It was so much fun.”
January story time took us to the first grade classrooms at Elgin Public and St. Boniface. We read the story Penguins to the Rescue by Tony Mitton. This book opens with the day starting out, and all the little penguins coming out to play. With each page, they find another creative and fun way to play together outside. They do this until they get on an ice floe and find a sobbing ball of fur. The penguins refuse to leave the crying pup and then decide to cheer him up. Following the story the children made penguins which are pictured below.
There are a few more openings for the cookie decorating on Saturday, January 26. It will be held at the Elgin Community Center from 1:00 to 3:00. The cost is $25 per person. Call the library to register if you are interested.
Just a reminder that Elgin Public Library will be having Lego League on Monday, January 21, from 4:00 to 5:00. Hope to see you there!
So have any of you ever wanted to learn how to decorate cookies like a pro? Well you are in luck. On January 26th from 1:00 – 3:00 Raelynn Bygland from Albion is going to come and teach a cookie decorating class. Cost is $25.00 per person and Raelynn will provide all supplies and goodies needed! You will go home with six beautifully decorated cookies in their own special box. Registration and payment are required by January 23, 2019. Space is limited to 15 people. [slideshow_deploy id=’1585′]