Kreutz Creek to host life-sized Candyland game

York County Libraries logoMy family used to be all about board games when I was younger. My parents suffered through endless hours of Monopoly and played game after game of Life, Sorry! and Yahtzee. The highlight of visiting my grandparents was playing Chutes & Ladders.

Sound like your childhood? This Saturday, one of those games is coming to life at Kreutz Creek Valley Library Center. From 2 to 5 p.m. Nov. 10, the library will host a life-sized Candyland in honor of National Gaming Day. Presented by Kreutz Creek’s tween group, the program is open to kids of all ages.

“By interacting with the Candyland characters, players will find why King Candy has disappeared, just how miserable the Candyland characters are under the rule of his half-brother, Lord Licorice and hopefully restore King Candy to the Candy Castle,” according to a press release.

Kreutz Creek Valley Library Center is at 66 Walnut Springs Road, Hellam Township. For details, call the library at 717-252-4080.

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