Sing With Me, late autumn session (Nov.-Dec.)

Lively music and movement for little ones and their grown ups!


If you have a little one who loves music, this program is for you! Join us for a half-hour of adult-&-child singing, clapping, and stomping along to favorite kids’ songs. Once you register, you are signed up for all of November & December; please let us know if you can't make it. Goes from 10:30 to 11.

Anime Club

3:30pm - 5:00pm

Anime at the Library!

A club for middle & high schoolers who are fans of anime & manga - or want to be!

The first week of each month is devoted to classic anime, which is good for tweens and teens who are just getting into anime (though more experienced fans can also enjoy delving into the classics), with an anime-expert staff member on hand to introduce the selection & talk a little about why it's considered a must-see. On the second week of each month we'll have a watch party with more episodes from week one.

During the third week of each month we'll pull out some deep cuts that will appeal to seasoned fans (though beginners can enjoy them as well), with our staff expert on hand to introduce it, and on the fourth week we'll have a watch party with more episodes from the previous week.

The library will provide snacks every week, and we take requests!

Drop-ins are ok, but registration is appreciated so we know how much food to get! Please click below to register.

"Songs of Diversity" with Renee Coro

4:30pm - 5:30pm

Introducing cultural diversity through music!

When children listen, dance, and sing to music from diverse cultures, they also gain knowledge about diversity, tolerance, and cultural understanding. Licensed Music Therapist Renee Coro will share music from Latin American, Native American, South African, and Asian cultures as well as a dash of jazz and blues in this fun program for 5-8 year olds! We will explore musical genres by singing, moving, playing instruments and traditional games, and read-aloud stories. Registration required, please click below to sign your child up.

This program is generously sponsored by the Ludlow Cultural Council, and hosted by the Library and Pathways for Parents CFCE. 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.