As the song goes:
City street lights,
Even stop lights,
Blink a bright red and green,
As the shoppers rush home
With their treasures.
It's the season of giving and shopping. And if you visited the Towson Town Center over the weekend, we're hoping our festive window display caught your attention.
On Saturday, we unveiled the Pratt's holiday window, Free Your Imagination at the Pratt, on Level Two of Towson Town Center. The display showcases the beautiful puppets made by Baltimore City children during the library's recent Imagination Celebration. During the week long celebration, children of all ages enjoyed sharing stories, making new ones and opening up their imagination at all of our locations. Children hand made these puppets with the help from the Black Cherry Puppet Theater.
The window also spotlights the variety of children's programming provided by the Pratt Library including Mother Goose Baby Steps, PAWS to Read and the annual Fairy Tale Festival. We are hoping the window will give attention to all the great and free children's programs all Maryland libraries provide year round.
For decades the Central Library Cathedral Street windows have promoted library events, programs and Baltimore life. The new window display at Towson Town Center is an exciting expansion of this tradition during the busiest shopping time of the year.
The window is located on the Level Two of Towson Town Center in the old Ed Hardy store, next to the Lacoste store and near the new Apple store. The window display was designed by the Pratt's Graphic Artist Jack Young.