10/04/2021

(Monday)

Book & Craft Pairing: Halloween & Glowing Pumpkin Jars

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.

Homeschool Art Lab

10:30am - 11:30am

Hands-on art and art history for homeschoolers!

This program for 8-11 year olds will meet outdoors on the library lawn (the library has folding tables, outdoor chairs, and 2 canopy tents). Youth Services Librarian July will read a short biography or other related book about the artist or style we'll be learning about, show a brief video, or share books or prints of the artist's work. Kids will then have a chance to make art in that style.
-Some themes & activities:
Georges Seurat/Pointillism, Q-tip pointillist pictures
Nature artist Andy Goldsworthy, outdoor pieces with objects found in nature
Collage art of Henri Matisse and Eric Carle, ripped or cut paper collages
Proto-Expressionism/Edvard Munch's The Scream, finger painting
Abstract expressionist action art, splatter paintings
Color Field painting/Helen Frankenthaler & Mark Roethko, abstract watercolor painting
 
Space is limited, registration is required; please click below to register. Cancels for bad weather.
 
Masks are recommended for unvaccinated individuals during outdoor programs. Please note, should you want to go inside to use the bathroom or the library's services, that the library requires masks be worn regardless of vaccination status when inside the building.