Learn about the history and benefits of Hula Hooping as owner Pinto Bella demonstrates how it’s done. Then it’s time to try it yourself! With organized games and team work, you’ll see just how fun and energizing Hula Hooping can be! For children in grades K-5. All are welcome. No registration required.
Explode into some great books this summer! Summer Reading is now underway and you may sign up in the Children’s Library or online from our Summer Reading Sign-Up Page. Participants may choose one of all of our three programs. It’s easy! Read, log your books, and receive great prizes. Details for each program are located here. Our suggested reading lists are also available for recommendations on some fantastic books. In addition, please check out all of our wonderful programs on our online calendar that will be taking place this summer. You can even register online! Our Summer Reading Kickoff Event takes place July 7th with Rick Roth of Creature Teachers. Many great programs to follow include Art in the Greek Theatre, fun with Pinto Bella Hula Hoops, Science Magic from the Museum of Science, ScienceTellers, and Swimmy from Puppetree of Vermont. Our regular favorites will also be taking place as well. Children can register for Science Clubs, Lego Clubs, and the Science of Cooking. The summer will end with an Experimental Tea Party. Please come visit us this summer and Happy Reading!
Hi Everyone! Join us for Dads & Donuts on Saturday April 19th at 10 AM. This month the Children’s Library continues its Toddler Times and Storytimes straight through April vacation. Toddler Time for ages 1-3 will meet on April 23rd and 30th at 10 AM. Storytime for children ages 2-4 will meet on Thursday April 24th and May 1st. Please join us for a special treat on Saturday April 26th at 10 AM when the Children’s Library presents the fun family movie “Frozen”.
This year library staff will be walking in Pride Stride to earn money for children’s programming. We ask for your support so we are able to continue providing programs that are entertaining, educational, and enjoyable for children and families. Please stop by the Children’s Library to make your donation. Any amount would be appreciated!
Join us for a morning program full of spirit and history. Fast Hawk is a local member of the Micmac Northeast American Tribe. He will be bringing feathers, claws, animal skulls, a talking stick, pipes, stories, and more to this informative celebration! All ages welcome. No sign-ups required.