As a Children’s Librarian I am grounded by well-considered goals and objectives in my work bringing library service to the public. But one informal goal rules them all and that is “Libraries are Fun!” A fun library will linger in a child’s memory long into adulthood and instill a sense of belonging and ownership that no other goal can achieve. A recent visit from “Wild Rumpus Circus” met and surpassed this favorite goal of mine. The children and families who attended the lively program are still talking of the event and therefore, the library will live on for them as a very happy place. Action, comedy, costumes, masks, stilts, music, funny voices, juggling, participation, and hats are just some aspects of this family program that reminded everyone how important live theatre can be to young audiences. One hour spent in the company of this dynamic duo led to hours of extended play in the homes and imaginations of the children and adults in attendance. Lifelong learning at its best.