Celebrate Dia de los Ninos / El Dia de los Libros

Dia de los Ninos (Children’s Day) is a day celebrated in Mexico traditionally on April 30th since 1925. Usually schools would suspend lessons for the day and children would bring in their favorite foods to share with others. They would also play games and music. Sometimes children will be given presents by their families. Here in the US you can find some libraries participating in events called El Dia de los Libros (Day of the Books).

Dia de los Ninos Events

We found the following events:

Dia del Nino {Wauconda}
April 30 7:00 p.m.
Wauconda Area Library

Lets celebrate Children’s Day with amazing magic show “Abrakadabra.” We will have gifts for all children and lots of fun! This program is free and requires no registration.

El Dia Drop-in Crafts {Zion}
May 1 3:15 p.m.
Zion-Benton Public Library

Celebrate The Day of the Child! Come in and decorate maracas, create Papel Picado, and even make your own pinata! Celebrate The Day of the Child!

Waukegan Public Library (Waukegan)
May 4 1:00-3:00 p.m.

El Dia de los Ninos/El Dia de los Libros at the Waukegan Public Library. Ice cream to be provided by La Michoacana. El Dia de los Ninos/El Dia de los Libros is a free family festival! There will be games and activities from your favorite classic children’s books!

 

Photo credit:  Michelle Pendergrass Photography used with permission.
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Rosemary is a mom who wears many hats. She is a working mom who has her own business, Rosie Bridges Photography, works full time and has two little boys (Gabriel 1/11 & Rafael 11/12). Together with her husband, David, they set off to find adventures all over Lake County. Rosemary moved to Lake County from Chicago as a teenager and has been a resident for over 10+ years. Although the big city lights have a special place in her heart, the quiet suburbs won her over to raise her children in. Rosemary also blogs and podcasts on RaisingBridges.com with David about Parenting in the technology age. You can find her on social media on Twitter @rosie_bridges and Instagram @rosiebridges.

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