Preschool Family Storytime

Main Library: 

  • Wednesdays at 10:30 am

Lansingburgh Branch:

  • Thursdays at 10:30 am

We will share stories, rhymes, songs, and simple crafts.

To see events at other libraries check out this system wide youth services calendar.

 

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Wagging Tales with Sam The Reading Retriever

Select Mondays:  March 6th and March 20th at 3:30 pm
Main Library

samJoin us for a visit with Sam the Reading Dog. Children are encouraged to read to Sam, a golden retriever who loves to listen.

Thinking about getting a dog? Help one of Sam’s friends who are in desperate need of a home…visit – Dogs in Danger and check out the ASPCA.  Also visit Dogs in the Library.

To see events at other libraries check out this system wide youth services calendar.

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Lego Club

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Tuesdays: February 21st, March 14th, April 18th at 6:00pm
Main Library

Come build a wild lego creation. Ages 4+
No registration required

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1000 Books Before Kindergarten

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We are launching a new early Literacy program specifically designed to give babies and toddlers the best start possible on lifelong reading and learning skills. 1KBBK is an easy-to-follow program designed to help parents and children get in the habit of reading on a regular basis and to improve all important language skills before they enter kindergarten. Stop by the Main Library and ask about 1000 Books Before Kindergarten.

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Ask the Book Fairy!

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Calling all kids…do you believe in Magic? Is there something you want to know? Ask the Book Fairy! Go to the Main Library and locate the fairy door in the tree in the Young People’s Room. Leave a note inside with your name and your question. Your answer will be waiting in the nearby little mailbox on the following day.

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Tutor Time – Lansingburgh Branch

Saturdays at 10:00 – 3:00 pm
Lansingburgh Branch

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RPI’s Tutor Time was founded in Fall 2001 by a group of students participating in the America Reads / America Counts Work Study program, a government sponsored program that promotes the “no child left behind” initiative. Its goal is to ensure that each child, grades K-9, receive assistance in basic math and reading skills.

Tutor Time works on an appointment basis at each of its locations. Students are given one hour appointments between 10 a.m. and 3 p.m. Please make your appointment by calling The Tutor Time Hotline: 518-276-3098 or by filling out an application.

To see events at other libraries check out this system wide youth services calendar.

 

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