We’ll be celebrating Thanksgiving a week early. This week our Wednesday Story time (10:30 am) will be about the Thanksgiving holiday. We’ll talk about all we have to be thankful for, read stories, sing songs, and make a turkey windsock.
We’ll talk turkey at our Thursday Toddler time too (11 am Thursday)! Give us a call to let us know you’re coming.
Stitching with Sally will meet Thursday afternoon (1:30 pm) and evening (6:30 pm). New members always welcome.
Our Family Story/Craft hour is Wednesday morning at 10:30 am. Recommended for children over 3 but all are welcome!
A new session of Toddler Time will begin on October 17th. Children up to 3 years are invited for stories, songs and play. Call the library to let us know you’re coming.
The Third Thursday Art project is a beautiful watercolor pumpkin painting. Children over 4 years grab your paint smock and come to the library for a story and painting. Thursday, October 17th, 2 pm. Please call to sign up!
After school Legos! The next session will be Thursday, October 17th, 4:30pm.
And, of course, the next Stitchin’ with Sally (always the 1st and 3rd Thursday) is October 17th, 1:30 pm & 6:30 pm
We’re so sorry to have to bid farewell to summer but we’re definitely looking forward to the return of some of our special events.
Our Annual Local Art Exhibit & Sale will be held September 20th & 21st. Take a stroll through the library in the evening light as it’s turned into a gallery for the works of art by local artists, adorned with floral arrangements by the Vincentown Garden Club. Following your tour of the exhibit on Friday evening, join us next door for refreshments.
This month we’ll begin our Third Thursday Story/Art sessions for kids over age 4 – September 19th at 2 pm. Please give us a call if you’re planning to attend.
There’s a slight change in the Stitching with Sally schedule. The second monthly meeting (afternoon and evening sessions) will be held on September 26th.
The Keen Readers Book Club will meet Thursday, September 12th. This month’s book is Tar Baby by Toni Morrison.
Wednesday Family Story time is ongoing at the library. Children, along with a caregiver, are invited to join Mrs. King for stories, songs and a craft. Toddlers, up to age 3, are invited to sing, listen to stories and play with their new friends on Thursday mornings, 11 am.
Summer’s almost over and we’re ALL excited about the new school year!
Today, Thursday, August 29th, we’ll start the morning in the Children’s Library with Toddler Time at 11 am.
We’ll be getting ready with a back to school project at our Thursday afternoon art session (2 pm) by personalizing a notebook. This collage project could get messy so be sure to bring a cover up or wear old clothes.
Following our Thursday Art session we invite everyone to stay for Legos and games (and snacks!).
We’re sad to see summer end but look forward to our Annual Art Show & Sale, September 20th & 21st.
Make & Take Mondays: Blast off into summer by stopping by the library on Monday afternoon June 24th and make a straw rocket! Who can make the coolest looking rocket? Whose rocket can travel higher, longer and further than all the others!
Tuesdays @ 2: Beginning Tuesday July 9 at 2 pm. Kids in 4th through 8th grade are invited to come discuss and recommend some of the great books they’re reading. Don’t know what to read for the summer reading school projects? Not sure what project to tackle? Talk it over with experienced pros (7th & 8th graders).
The Idea Factory: July 23rd. Join our group of readers in welcoming author Janet Slingerland! Ms. Slingerland will guide you to realizing your potential as an author or get you started on how to discover ideas for writing (useful for those school projects).
Wednesday Family Story/Craft: Wednesday mornings, 10:30 a.m. Recommended for children ages 3-5 accompanied by guardian (because of craft) but all ages welcome.
Thursday Toddler Time: Thursday mornings, 11 a.m. Toddlers, up to 36 months, are invited to join us for stories, songs and play.
Thursday Afternoons – Art / Stories / Crafts: Each week a different project. This week Mo Willems stories & art!