August 27, 2020, All Day
Bored? Do you want some fun crafts to do? Look no further! Come pick up a take-and-make craft bag from the library!
Grab bag time! What will you get? Make a sample provided or a masterpiece all your own! While supplies last. Don't forget to send neechild @ minlib.net pictures of your masterpieces so we can share them via social media!
Registration closes at 9pm the day before the event for us to make sure everyone gets a link. If you are interested in attending on the day of an event, please call the children's department at (781)-455-7559 ext 507 or email the children's department and we can send you a link unless the event is full.
August 27, 2020, 10:30 AM - 11:00 AM
A program for children ages 3-5 with songs, fingerplays and simple games done visually over Zoom. Have fun with Librarian Paula and learn at the same time!
*Using fingerplays, songs and rhymes helps children learn language by increasing vocabulary, learning the sounds of words and hearing the rhythm of language. Children can also gain large and small motor skills by performing movements required in fingerplays.*
Registration closes at 9pm the day before the event for us to make sure everyone gets a link. If you are interested in attending on the day of an event, please call the children's department at (781)-455-7559 ext 507 or email neechild @minlib.net and we can send you a link unless the event is full.
August 27, 2020, 3:30 PM - 4:30 PM
Tweens ages 13-18 are invited to join Young Adult Librarian Erin in a safe space online for an hour of craft fun. This craft and chat session is just that... bring what ever crafts you'd like and work on them with friends virtually while chatting and unwinding. If you knit or crochet, bring your yarn crafts, coloring more your thing? Bring some markers, colored pencils, paper, coloring books, whatever, making friendship bracelets - bring your string... scrapbook stuff, collage stuff, just want to write something like a letter or a postcard or a novel? Bring that! Just come and have fun in a respectful way. If you're looking for ideas, Erin's more than happy to make some suggestions! Questions? Let Erin know that too by emailing her using the link on the right.