AGES 0-5: February Grow, Play & Learn Playgroup

10:00am - 11:00am

Grow, play and learn for little ones and their grown ups!

Come join us for stories, songs and skill building, led by Kelly Castor, Early Childhood Developmental specialist and the director of Pathways for Parents, who will guide caregivers in strengthening interactions with their children.

Program includes curriculum, Ages and Stages Questionnaire and resources to fit your child’s individual needs.

For babies through 5 year olds.

Sponsored by Pathways for Parents.  Pathways for Parents and Parent Child +  is administered by Ludlow Public Schools & is funded by the Coordinated Family Community Engagement Grant through the Massachusetts Department of Early Education and Care. 

SENIOR: Chair Volleyball

1:30pm - 3:00pm

For Seniors Only!

Have some fun this winter by joining us for chair volleyball! No running or jumping required.  The library thanks the Ludlow Senior Center for cosponsoring by providing their volleyball net and scoreboard for this program

There will be no chair volleyball on February 22.

Please sign up below or by calling the circulation desk at 413-583-3408. Walk-ins are welcome.

TWEENS: "Fellowship of the Pages" Graphic Novel Book Group

4:30pm - 5:30pm

For graphic novel lovers!

Meet each week to discuss graphic novels, eat snacks, play games, have fun, and make friends! The group decides which graphic novels to read - and you don't have to have read the whole book to come! For ages 9 -14. Click below to sign up.

AGES 8 & UP: Girl Scout Gold Award Climate Change presentation & craft

6:00pm - 7:00pm

Support your local Girl Scouts, learn about climate change, and do a fun craft!

Adi Woods from South Hadley MA is doing a Gold Award project called Climate Awareness Through Community Education. The Gold Award is the highest and most prestigious award in Girl Scouting.

Adi's project is about educating families with older elementary-aged children about climate change, and some actions that we can take to make a difference. She has created a display about climate change specifically in the Pioneer Valley.

After giving her presentation, she will lead children in a paper seed heart craft that will educate families about native plants and animals in the Pioneer Valley.

Please click below to register.