Pick up a book about Halloween or pumpkins & get a complete take-home craft kit!
The Hubbard Library Youth Room is offering a monthly book and craft pairing program; check out a book about our theme of the month, and take home everything you need to make an accompanying craft!
This month: Halloween & Glowing pumpkin jars!
After we receive your registration, we will send you a list of available books about the theme. Write back with your selection and when you pick it up from our curbside delivery service, we'll include a jar that contains everything you need to make this cute craft! If you need enough for multiple children, just select the same number of books off the list!
Please click below to register. Call (413)583-3408 x2 to schedule your curbside delivery appointment.
9:30am - 10:30am
Grow, play and learn for little ones and their grown ups!
Come join us for stories, songs and skill building, led by an Early Childhood Developmental trained staff member, guiding caregivers in strengthening interactions with their child. Program includes curriculum, Ages and Stages Questionnaire and resources to fit your child’s individual needs. For ages 18-36 months old. The program will happen via video conferencing if the weather is bad. NOTE: You will be registering for all of september & October, you don't need to re-register weekly!
Sponsored by Pathways for Parents CFCE.
3:30pm - 5:00pm
Meet up with other Minecrafters via Zoom (either with a 2nd device or split screen) to do multiplayer gaming either in creative or survival. Moderated by library staff. Please click below to register.
3:30pm - 5:30pm
WEEKLY MULTIPLAYER MINECRAFT CLUB!
Meet up with other players via Zoom to do all sorts of crafting -PVP, creative, survival - for 90 minutes of fun, moderated by Hubbard Library Youth Room staff!
Note: Switch users will not be able to do multiplayer gaming because Switch is not compatible with other systems.
Please click below to register.
4:30pm - 5:30pm
Teen Candle Making Workshop!
Join us on the library lawn to make your own autumn-scented candle. Each participant will make a candle to take home using soy wax, and can choose from a variety of autumn-inspired fragrance oils or dried botanicals like lavender and calendula petals (optional). Once the concoction has cooled undisturbed for about an hour, the participants will take their candle home and may burn it after a seven to fourteen day curing period. Presenter: Gariné Arakelian.
This program will take place on the library lawn (rain date 10/21 at 4:30pm) and is only for ages 12 & up. Supplies are limited, please register to participate.
5:00pm - 7:00pm