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Next Story Hours: Mon. and Tues., Oct. 30-31 at 10:30am

NOTE: There will be no Story Hour on October 23-24, as the library staff will be away at the New England Library Association Conference.

On Monday, come to the Children's Room to hear stories about not-so-creepy monsters and Halloween night! Afterwards, make a monster puppet to bring home. Then come back on Tuesday for a Spanish storytime with special guest Edda Cardenas to hear stories about the holiday Dia de los Muertos. Learn to count playful skeletons (esqueletos) in Spanish and make skeleton decorations!


Ongoing children's programs

Story hour at Main branch: Mondays and Tuesdays at 10:30am, for infants and toddlers. Stop by for songs, stories, crafts, and lots of fun! A volunteer or staff member will meet you at the parking entrance door. If no one is at the door, please ring the doorbell.
Story hour at York branch: Tuesdays at 10:00am.


Lego club: Wednesdays at 4:00pm. Ages 5 and up.

Full STEAM Ahead: This annual program runs February through May and is for 4th and 5th graders. Explore science, technology, art, and more with hands on experiments and take-home goodies! 6th graders are welcome to register if there are open seats one week prior to each program. View the schedule here.

Summer Reading Program: Every June through August we host a variety of activities and events. View the schedule here.



Resources For Parents

Books can be useful resources for parents, and stories are great tools for helping children cope with difficult issues. Click on a link below to view available resources in our library on a subject or issue.

Anger & Stress Management
Body Image
Bullying & Conflict Resolution
Families & Adoption
Health Issues
LGBTQ for Youth
Loss and Grief
Potty Training
Preventing Child Abuse
Self-esteem and Confidence
Trust Issues

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