Sign up for our author chat, happening Wednesday, June 10 at 6:30 pm in the Library Lovell Room. Hear about Ms. Taylor’s books, see a science experiment, enjoy a craft, and eat cookies! And, just so no one forgets the website, here’s the link to the SUMMER READING WEBSITE: Log on to the reading website […]
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For readers, sign up online at: Log on to the reading website to sign up using the child’s Library card. For children not yet reading independently, stop by the Library anytime for your activity log.
Summer Reading starts Monday for all children. This year’s theme is “Read to the Rhythm.” Young children not yet reading independently join our Read to Me Club. Stop by the Library any time to pick up your activity sheet. Earn weekly prizes and complete 10 activities for a ticket to the Storybook Party. Readers join the Summer […]
Today the Children’s Department had a very enthusiastic discussion about this year’s summer challenge. And we’re so excited to give you a little hint of what’s to come. We want to challenge all our summer readers to … read, read, read! And just like last year, we have a librarian challenge to fulfill. So…if the […]
Children and teens can stop by the Library on Saturday, May 2 to receive a free comic book while supplies last. Just ask at the Children’s and Teens desk. Yay, free books! More info about the day at freecomicbookday.com
Thanks to the children and teens who came yesterday and made videos to promote some of our summer reading events. You did a great job! Here’s the first video. More to come soon.
The proposed Connecticut budget cuts funding for Connecticut libraries. Please help support Connecticut libraries by calling or writing your legislator. $2M in state library funding (cut from the proposed budget) produces a savings of $75 million for CT taxpayers. You can learn more here: http://capwiz.com/ala/ct/home/
Tuesdays starting 3/31, 6-7:30 pm, our Parent Discussion Group starts, courtesy of a Graustein grant. Free childcare and refreshments, and wonderful discussions led by a professional educator. This group is a perennial favorite, so don’t miss out. Sign up online from the Events page on the March 31 date. Questions? 203-385-4165
This Thursday from 6-7:30 pm, learn to make Carolina’s Paper Flowers for ages 6-12. Make one for yourself and one for the residents of Atria. Sign up online from our Events page. Tuesdays starting 3/31, 6-7:30 pm, our Parent Support Group starts, courtesy of a Graustein grant. Free childcare and refreshments, and wonderful discussions led […]
Wednesday night at 6 pm. Ages 5-9. Sign up from the Events page.