According to library board members, all 125 tickets were sold prior to Sunday's tea party.
"It was so gratifying to see so many happy beautiful,well behaved young ladies enjoying themselves. I want to thank everyone who contributed to the afternoon. "
Geffel added, "The tea party was an amazing event."
Children who attended had a light lunch catered by Janice's Catering Co. and then, in groups, went to five project stations. A variety of activities were provided at each station, which included American Girl history, bags donated from R&S Enterprises, a craft with Mary Holleran from The Moonbeam Jar, paper dolls by Nadikyo and bracelets with the library staff.
"The library is a place of learning and discovery for all. It is a wonderful space that we want to share with the community," said Julie Mulcahy, library director. "We were happy to host an event like this and have such a great turnout-- both young and old."
Additional pictures can be found on the library's Facebook page.