Fridays at 10:30 in October starting October 2-30th
Are you ready to make some music together? Music Together is an internationally recognized music program for children from birth through age 7—and the grownups who love them. Parents, primary caregivers, early childhood professionals—everyone is involved in the educational process. So come to the library for our free series of classes!
Monday, October 5th @ 5:30
Ages 4-9 come to the library to take a fun Halloween craft home!
Saturday, October 10th @ 12-2pm
It’s National Costume Swap day! Parents bring your child’s gently used Halloween costumes and accessories to the library. Upon arrival place costumes in size order on tables or racks and then let the swap begin! Feel free to bring the little ones to try stuff on!
Monday, October 19th @ 4:30
All ages welcome to come to the library to decorate a pumpkin. REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED. Please let us know that you are interested in attending so we can order enough pumpkins. If you would like to bring your own pumpkin to decorate that’s fine too!
Treat Bag Decorating!
Tuesday , October 27th @ 4:30
All trick-or-treaters are welcome to come to the library get a free treat bag to decorate and take home in time for Halloween!
Saturday, October 31st
All Ages Welcome!
Start your Halloween out right by coming to the library to participate in our Halloween Parades! Rain or shine all ages are welcome to parade around in their Halloween Best! All children get Halloween treats and prizes for adults for best costume! There will be snacks and some fun games too!
12:00 — Ages 0-2
12:30 — Pre-school
1:00– Grades K-2
1:30– Grades 3-5
2:00– Grades 6-8
2:30– Grades 9-12
*parade times are subject to change given weather and overall attendance so please arrive early
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.
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 book together
To try out an e-book with your child, go to