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Saturday, May 2nd • 10 am – 4 pm

Bring the entire family for a hopping fun day that includes endless activities and games, music, performances, food, and prizes! Family favorites will all be there: Kiss-A-Frog, Bubble Garden, Bounce Houses, Touch-A-Truck and an amazing assortment of make your own crafts! Bid along side friends and neighbors on a bounty of Silent Auction treasures! Treat your young ones to a “Hoppy Meal” at our Food Tent!

“Hop Into Spring” is the chosen theme of this year’s 7th Annual Cake Walk. Let your imagination fly and decorate to your heart’s content! All entries will be judged solely on appearance and will be awarded as prizes in the Cake Walk so everyone is a winner! Young bakers are encouraged with both an adult and junior divisions.

Admission is free and the Frolic leaps ahead rain or shine! In the event of rain, the Frolic will move indoors.

The Frog Frolic is been made possible by the help of a wonderful and dedicated group of volunteers and the generous goodwill of the entire Redding community. It is through this generosity and our sponsors that we can work towards the Library’s mission to honor Mark Twain’s vision of this library as a center for intellectual, educational, social and cultural enrichment.

To be a volunteer, please click here to fill out our volunteer sign-up form. To be a sponsor or donate items for the silent auction please contact

Volunteer Shifts
Set-up                    8:00 am – 10:00 am
Shift 1                    9:45 am – 1:00 pm
Shift 2                  12:45 pm – 4:00 pm
Clean up                 3:45 pm – 5:30 pm

2015 Frog FrolicEntertainment
10:00 RES 1st Grade Students Performing Spanish Children's Songs

10:25 JRMS 5th Grade String Quartet
10:40 JRMS 5th Grade String Quintet
11:00 CAKE WALK #1
11:30 RES 3rd and 4th Grade Combined Chorus
12:00 Ray and Jay Music
1:00 CAKE WALK #2
1:15 Sensei June Kempo Karate
2:15 RES Orff Out
2:30 CAKE WALK #3
3:00 JRMS Players
3:25 Aspetuck Cheer
3:45 CAKE WALK #4


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