If anyone wants to attend our Paper Circuits science workshop (Courtesy of Roz and Bud Siegel and the staff of the Westport Library – thank you!), we have space in the Wednesday class which meets at 4 pm. Ages 9-13. Register here. What are paper circuits? We’ll be learning about electricity, circuits, and diodes in […]
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The Stratford Library will host Trick or Treat storytimes on the following days and times. If you normally attend our weekly storytimes, be aware these storytimes will have Halloween themed songs, rhymes, and books and will be shorter versions, followed by Trick or Treat around the Library. If you have a bag to collect treats, […]
Ages 8 to 14. Do you like scary and spooky books? Join us for author visit, craft, and face painting on Sunday, 10/16 at 2 pm. Author Lorien Lawrence will be talking about her “Fright Watch” series. Don’t miss out! Register at https://stratfordlibrary.libcal.com/event/9651975
Join us for weekly storytimes! Toddler Time meets Mondays at 10:30 am for ages 1-2 Preschool Storytime meets Tuesdays at 10:30 am for ages 3-5 Lapsit meets Thursdays at 10:30 am for ages 0-1 Friday Fun meets Thursdays at 10:30 am for ages 2-5 Register for storytimes and see events for older children on our […]
For families with children grades K-6. The Stratford Library, courtesy of support from the Carol Pieper Memorial Fund and the Vicki Soto Memorial Fund, provides weekly homework tutoring to children in grades K-6 with teen volunteers as tutors. Usually, volunteers provide help with math, reading, and other school subjects. Homework Helpers cannot provide medically prescribed/special […]
Want to read to our therapy dog, Veloce? He’s here tomorrow at 10:15 am for readers ages 6 to 12. Sign up here!
Seashells “Every empty seashell on the beach once contained an animal known as a mollusk. Clams, oysters, scallops, conchs, mussels, and snails are all types of mollusks. The shells of these animals are exoskeletons, or hard, outside skeletons that protect their soft bodies.” Learn more… https://kids.britannica.com/kids/article/shell/353769 Read About It How Are Seashells Made? https://www.whoi.edu/know-your-ocean/did-you-know/how-are-seashells-made/ How […]
Sing along with musician Ray Bryant this Wednesday at 2:30 pm – fun for young children and their families.
Did you wonder what happened during our Teddy Bear Sleepover Camp on July 20? Watch the video to find out. https://www.wevideo.com/view/2755967360
Mountains The Earth’s crust is separated into extremely large tectonic plates which float atop molten rock called magma. These plates move slowly every day, so slowly that people cannot feel the movement. Mountains are formed all over the world at points where the plates meet, including beneath oceans. Mountains usually have steep, sloping sides. The […]