Not much time to blog currently, but if you do craft programs at a library, please consider this program: https://blogs.princeton.edu/popgoesthepage/cinderella-story/
I tried it on Thursday, ran it after school and called it The Fairy Godmother Workshop, and it was totally awesome. You will want to charge a small fee if you can, it’s a program that rises or falls largely based on how good your craft supplies are, so I charged $5 per kid and bought some really fabulous stickers, fancy paper, ribbon and netting, as well as raiding the library’s supply of lace and ribbon. Some things I learned:
You need at least two staff people who know exactly what they’re doing, no matter how many parents and helpers you have.
Doing dresses and crowns is too much, one or the other would be plenty.
Allow at least 2 hours for this program (I didn’t, and very much regret it).
Remind everyone at least three times that they have to leave the holes clear for lacing it up!
Have fun and be glamorous!