Sunday Funday Brunch with Mimosas

The holidays are upon us, and what better way to celebrate than with a festive brunch at your local library? On Sunday Fundays throughout December, libraries nationwide host brunch events complete with mimosas (or non-alcoholic options, if you prefer). Whether looking for a fun outing with friends, a relaxing morning with family, or a tasty meal, you won’t miss this chance to hang out at your favorite reading spot and get in the holiday spirit.

But there’s more to library holiday events than just brunch. From storytime sessions with a Christmas theme to craft workshops where you can make your decorations, libraries have a range of fun and creative activities planned to get you feeling merry and bright.

Holiday Storytime Sessions for All Ages

One of the best things about the holiday season is the accompanying stories – from classic tales like “The Night Before Christmas” to newer favorites like “The Polar Express.” At library storytime sessions, you and your little ones can enjoy these and other holiday stories together, with craft activities and singalongs to make the experience even more fun.

But holiday storytime sessions aren’t just for kids – many libraries also offer sessions for adults, with readings of classic Christmas stories or discussions of holiday traditions worldwide. These events are a great way to take a break from the hustle and bustle of the season and connect with others in your community.

Of course, libraries are also an excellent resource for all your holiday reading needs, whether you’re in the mood for cozy mysteries with a festive twist or heartwarming romance novels set against a backdrop of snowy landscapes. So why stop by your local library this season and see all the festive fun they have? Whether you’re there for brunch, storytime, or just to stock up on some great reads, you’re sure to leave feeling a little more in the holiday spirit.