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CLARKSBURG -

The Clarksburg Library held a children's Valentine's Day party Saturday.

More than 20 kids and their families joined together for the 2nd annual party.

The event was held for kids up to the age of 12.

Erica Perry, the children's librarian, hosted the party, and explained what they did, and why it's a good event.

"I read a Valentine's Day story, ‘Love Splat,' and we did a craft with the children, we hit a piñata, and we did a Valentine's Day exchange. They have fun, they get to socialize with other children, and it's something free for the community," Perry said.

After the kids party, an anti Valentine's Day party was held for teenagers.

The next kids event at the library will be an Easter egg hunt on March 23rd.