The Stitching with Sally group that meets at the library the first and third Thursday, created a Granny Square Afghan to enter into the Burlington County Farm Fair and took a FIRST PLACE RIBBON! Great job!
Today in the Children’s Library we followed up our Fairy Garden with part two: Fairy Pendants. It was a lot of fun and all the pendants turned out beautifully – and as an added bonus, we painted the backs with glow in the dark paint!
Next week: Our Wednesday Story Hour and craft with Mrs. Peggy King will be about “FISH”.
Monday we’ll be starting a Group to discuss assigned Summer Reading projects. Kids going into 6th, 7th, or 8th grades are welcome to join.
Haven’t selected your books yet? Finished your project but looking for a good book?
Come join the group! Maybe find a favorite new author or even a new series!
This week our craft will be a two day (Tuesday & Thursday) butterfly mobile. This is a slightly more complicated craft that may require some help.
See you this week at the Library!
Come join us tomorrow July 17 to make a Fairy Garden and again on Thursday, July 19 to make a Fairy Pendant!
Give us a call to let us know you’re coming!
And as always, we look forward to seeing you at Story Hour on Wednesday morning and Lego on Wednesday afternoon!
Join us on the back lawn of the library, 6:30 pm, for a concert with April Mae & the June Bugs.
First kids are invited on Thursday afternoon, 2pm – 3pm, to learn about Roots Music with April Mae. Then everyone’s invited to bring a blanket or lawn chair and enjoy the concert at 6:30 pm!
We’ve had a busy week at the library and looking forward to the July 4th holiday!
Last Friday evening we had to take our Backyard event, with Full Effect Productions, indoors but we were rewarded with “Shark Magic” and water ice. Who doesn’t like a good shark show!
It looks like we’ll be checking out a lot of books this summer as twenty four kids showed up to paint canvas book bags with Linda McCardell of the Vincentown Garden Club. Thanks to the Vincentown Garden Club, Linda, Nancy and all the Moms and Grand-moms who came out to assist with the painting project.
Caroline’s beautiful new book bag
Josie’s beautiful book bag – attracting pollinators!
Don’t forget every Wednesday afternoon 4 pm -5 pm, Mrs. Oliveira hosts LEGO. Bring a friend and join us!
We’re looking forward to a very full schedule in July. Keeping with this summer’s reading theme, Libraries Rock here is a sampling of the first full week of events:
- we invite kids of all ages to come out to percussion instruments (7/10)
- be introduced to some members of the Southampton School band and their musical instruments (7/11)
- learn about Roots Music with April Mae and the June Bugs at an afternoon program (7/12)
The weeks events all lead up to a BIG BACKYARD CONCERT with April Mae and the JuneBugs accompanied by the kids with their newly made percussion instruments! (7/12 6:30 pm)
Looks like our backyard event will be moving indoors… See you at the Old Town Hall!
It looks like the weather is going to cause a change in plans for our annual backyard event. The Old Town Hall is just around the corner on Plum Street. (Main Street to Church Street, right on Plum Street.)
Our annual backyard event!
Come out and join us this Friday, June 22, 2018 for our summer kick-off, backyard event.
Show begins at 6:30 pm so arrive early with your blanket or lawn chair to get a good seat. (Lawn chairs will have to sit behind blanket seating so the kids can see the show!)
Here comes SUMMER!
The school year is winding down – the library is gearing up for summer! We look forward to seeing everyone here at the library as Kindergarten through fifth grade classes from Southampton Schools visit. Let’s make sure they know where to find us and know what we offer at the library.
Throughout the summer we’ll be having a lot of programs to enlighten and entertain children of all ages: Story hours, a backyard magic show, a backyard concert, music, arts and crafts.
Stop by the library and say hello, sign up for a program, check out a book…
Gotta keep reading!
It’s National Library Week so by sure to visit your local library!
Here’s a book suggestion for our Story-time visitors tomorrow since April is
National Poetry Month.
With My Hands: Poems About Making Things
We’ll be making things at our Third Thursday Story/Art/Craft hour on April 19th
as we celebrate Earth Day.
An Earth Day after school drop-in craft is planned for kids over 6 years. Stop by the library on Wednesday (April 18) or Thursday (April 19), after 3 pm.