Programs for Children

 Pumpkin Painting!

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Come to the library October 24th at 4:00pm to paint a pumpkin! Registration required as materials are limited but it’s free! So give us a call to register! 279-4023

 

Children’s Halloween Parade

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October 31th 11:00am

Ages 0-6 welcome! Dress your kids up in their costume; bring them to the library so they can march in our Halloween Parade! Then joins us for a scavenger hunt, a spooky story and a treat!

StoryTime      

Join us on Thursdays at 10:30am and Saturdays at 11:00am  for fun, games, crafts, fingerplays, songs and stories! For ages 0-5, older siblings are welcome, too.

Family Early Literacy Calendar

Visit this site every day for new songs, stories and activities.

 

DayByDayNY is funded in part through the Federal Library Services and Technology Act, with funds awarded to the New York State Library by the Federal Institute of Museum and Library Services. The New York State Library is a program of the Office of Cultural Education in the New York State Education Department.

 

 

 

E-books for Young Readers

The library offers e-books for children!

Through TumbleBook Library, we offer an online collection of children’s e-books usable from any computer with an internet connection – from your home, our library, or on a tablet or smartphone.

These books for beginning readers have added animation, sounds, music, and narration. Games and activities are included with some stories. They can also be viewed in French or Spanish.

E-book experiences are best for children when:

 –         You and your child explore the e-book together

–         You ask your child about what is going on in the book. Learning happens around conversation you have with your child about the book. “What color is the cat?”  “Why do butterflies migrate?”

–         E-books are supplemented with print books for a different sensory experience

To try out an e-book with your child, go to

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