CHECK OUT SOME STORIES TO CELEBRATE!
If you observe Ramadan, include a book bundle of stories from the Hubbard Library in your month! Click below to register for a bundle of 5-8 books tailored to your child's age, to pick up from our curbside service.
You can also ask for more or fewer books, books for multiple age ranges, or for anything else - we take requests!
Please click below to register.
11:00am - 11:30am
Monday morning storytime!
Meet Youth Services librarian July each Monday morning on the library lawn when weather allows or virtually if not for 30 minutes of funny, informative, engaging stories, finger-plays, songs and games!
This is a hybrid program: it will take place on the library lawn with equipment set up so that those who wish to remain at home can still participate virtually. In the event of bad weather, the program will happen only via Zoom ; weather-related announcements will be made on our Facebook page the morning of the program & emailed to registrants. For in-person outdoor programs, masks that remain over the nose and mouth for the entirety of the program are required for everyone aged 24 months and up, and 6' of distance must be maintained between families.
We have 10 haybales to sit on, feel free to bring your own blankets &/or camp chairs!
For safety reasons, registration is required. If the program is happening virtually, please note that REGISTRATION CLOSES 15 MINUTES BEFORE THE PROGRAM BEGINS. Once you've registered, you are signed up for all the storytimes through mid-June will receive an email each week with the theme and Zoom link.
No storytime on 4/19 or 5/31.
Tour the Museum of Bad Art Virtually
Join the Ludlow Senior Center and the Hubbard Memorial Library in Tour of the Museum of Bad Art sponsored by The Ludlow Cultural Council on Zoom.
The MOBA collects, exhibits, and celebrates art that will be seen in no other venue. Since 1993, they have collected art from thrift stores, yard sales, sidewalk trash, and even the artists who create it. They analyze, compare to classic art, and share with thousands of fans around the world.
Join Louise Reilly Sacco, The Permanent Acting Interim Executive Director of the Museum Of Bad Art as she gives us a virtual tour of the museum. She was part of MOBA’s founding team in 1993. Despite a complete lack of formal training in any visual arts, she continues to lead MOBA to maintain a reputation as the world’s leading institution in this field.
Louise Reilly Sacco will introduce us to the world’s leading cultural institution dedicated to art in which something has gone wrong and to describe how, and why it was established in her MOBA art 101 tour. MOBA presents pieces from their collection, with an insightful, pithy, and often humorous commentary.
“This program is supported in part by a grant from the Ludlow Cultural Council, a local agency which is supported by the Mass Cultural Council, a state agency.”
Please register below or call Maria Ardolino at the Ludlow Senior Center for the Zoom meeting code and password or link at 413-583-3564 the library circulation desk at 583-3408 ext. 0.