Family Craft Night

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Tuesdays at 6:00 pm
Main Library

Children and their family members will decorate and build their own kaleidoscopes to bring home. Children will be amazed by the endless variety of images they will see.

  • September 26th: Play with Paints – Painting and playing together at last. Children, with the help of their family members, can create masterpieces without a brush. Roll, drive, and drag your way to creative fun! Dress for mess. Ages 4-11. Registration required. Register online.
  • October 24th:  Creepy Crafts – Create fun and spooky crafts to decorate your space for Halloween.  Ages 5-11 with family member.  Registration required. Register online.
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Family Science Night

scienceTuesdays at 6:00 pm
Main Library

Children and their family members will decorate and build their own kaleidoscopes to bring home. Children will be amazed by the endless variety of images they will see.

  • October 10th: Lava Lamps – Children, with the help of their family members, will create and experiment with their own lava lamps. All supplies provided by the library. Ages 5-11. Registration required. Register online.
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Lego Club

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Tuesdays (Sept. 19th, Oct. 3rd, Nov. 7th and 21st, Dec. 5th and 19th) at 6:00pm
Main Library

We are excited to invite you to Lego Club. Every other Tuesday, children are encouraged to create anything from monsters to houses. We provide the LEGOs, you bring your imagination! We will have snacks too, for energy for building.
Ages 5-12. No Registration required.  Exact dates for this event:

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Preschool Family Storytime

Storytimes are offered for children up to age 5, accompanied by parents or caregivers. We will share stories, rhymes, songs & a simple craft.  Join us!

Main Library: 

  • Select Wednesdays during the summer at 10:30 am

Lansingburgh Branch:

  • Thursdays at 10:30 am

 

 

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1000 Books Before Kindergarten

1000 books

 

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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