August 2022

(Monday)

POKEMON CLUB

1:00pm - 3:00pm

POKEMON CLUB

Join us for trading, dueling, & gaming on handhelds, phones, or Nintendo Switch, and watching Pokemon episodes and movies. Please have your name on everything you bring to the club. Please click below to register.

Summer Pokemon Club

1:00pm - 3:00pm

POKEMON CLUB

Join us for trading, dueling, & gaming on handhelds, phones, or Nintendo Switch, and watching Pokemon episodes and movies. Please have your name on everything you bring to the club. Please click below to register.

"Ready for K" Kindergarten-Readiness Class

3:00pm

Get your child ready for Kindergarten!

Early Childhood Development specialist Kelly Castor will teach essential Kindergarten-readiness skills in this class sponsored by Pathways for Parents. This group for incoming kindergarteners will have information for parents, checklists and strategies to work on over the summer, and materials for the children. Meet and greet others from the town and make first connections! Please click below to register.

(Tuesday)

Sing With Me! Summer outdoor/indoor session

10:30am - 11:00am

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; the program will take place on the library lawn when weather allows with equipment set up during the live event for those who wish to participate virtually. During bad weather we'll meet indoors. 
Drop-ins are fine for outdoor meetings, but an email with location & Zoom link for participation from home will be sent the night before each program and space is limited when we're indoors, so please register.

Make Tabletop Weaponry

2:00pm

DEVASTATING DIY WEAPONS FOR CRUSHING TABLETOP BATTLES!

Learn how to make mini catapults & other weapons out of simple materials to vanquish your foes across the table! Please click below to register.

Summer Anime Club

3:00pm - 4:30pm

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, and lead a Q&A or discussion afterwards if wanted. 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 discuss afterwards, 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.

Minecraft Club

4:00pm - 6:00pm

Minecraft at the library!

Use one of the library's computers or your own device for two hours of gaming! If you have your own device feel free to bring it - while Switch players cannot multiplay with PC users, they can multiplay with each other!Please register for this fun in-person program, as space is limited. 

Teen VR Night

6:00pm - 8:00pm

VIRTUAL REALITY HAS COME TO THE LIBRARY!

The library has 4 Oculus Rift headsets! Come play Beat Saber, Moss, Superhot VR & more; you can watch other player's realities on the big screen when they're playing! Snacks provided by the library. Space limited to 16. Please register.

(Wednesday)

Preschool storytime: Summer Fun!

10:30am - 11:00am

This summer's storytime theme is “Summer Fun” a six-week session about swimming, picnics, catching fireflies and other fun summertime activities.

Each storytime includes about 30 minutes of stories, finger-plays, songs and games related to that week’s theme, and meets on the lawn, weather permitting. We'll move indoors during bad weather (space is limited and masks are requested for indoor programs).

Registration is required so you can get email updates about whether the program is happening inside or outside, & because space is limited when inside; please click below to register.

PLEASE NOTE: You will be registering for the entire series, and do not need to re-register each week. 

No storytime on 7/20.

Lego Build Challenge

12:00pm - 5:00pm

True Tales! Stories about real people & events for 5-8 year olds

4:15pm - 4:45pm

At the end of a story, has your inquisitive K-2nd grader ever said to you, "Did that REALLY happen, though?" The answer is always "Yes!" during True Tales Storytime!

Join Youth Services librarian July on the lawn whenever the weather is good for tales of real people who have led funny, fascinating, and inspiring lives, and events that really happened! Biographical & historical stories presented in picture book form are the hot new genre, and we’ll laugh and get inspired, entertained, & maybe even educated (shhh!)!

 The program will also be available simultaneously through Zoom each week. Please click below to register.
(Thursday)

Fellowship of the Pages: Tween Graphic Novel Book Discussion Group

3:00pm - 4:00pm

For graphic novel lovers!

Meet each week to discuss graphic novels, eat snacks, have fun, and make friends! The first book will be The Tea Dragon Society; the group will decide which graphic novels to read after that - and you don't have to have read the whole book to come! Click below to sign up.

MARVEL TRIVIA for prizes!

6:00pm

VIRTUAL MARVEL TRIVIA NIGHT!

What color is the Time Stone? What year did Steve Rogers become Captain America? Do you know the most about the MCU? Test your knowledge at Virtual Marvel Cinematic Universe Trivia Night!  Please click below to register. NOTE: Adults are welcome to participate along with their kids but this is not an adult program; please put down the child or teen's name and age when you register!

MARVEL TRIVIA for prizes!

6:00pm

MARVEL TRIVIA NIGHT!

What color is the Time Stone? What year did Steve Rogers become Captain America? Do you know the most about the MCU? Test your knowledge at Marvel Cinematic Universe Trivia Night for a chance to win prizes, including this monster-sized classic hardcover Eternals book!

Please click below to register. NOTE: Adults are welcome to participate along with their kids but this is not an adult program; please put down the child or teen's name and age when you register!

(Friday)

Mermaid Yoga

10:00am - 11:00am

Yoga is perfect for preschoolers!

Simple yoga poses & and make believe are woven together to create a fun, adorable, interactive, program! Learn how to use your large muscles to support self regulation, while we bend, breathe and stretch with Lisa. If we get a nice day we will meet on the library lawn.

 Please click below to register.

Sponsored by Pathways for Parents CFCE. Pathways for Parents is funded by the Massachusetts Department of Early Education and Care.

Dungeons & Dragons High School Adventure Ensemble

2:30pm - 5:00pm

D&D campaign for high schoolers!

This group is limited to 7 experienced high school-aged players, and meets on Fridays from 2:30-5pm. The DM will help you roll up a character to join our ongoing campaign. Click below to sign up.

Mega Roblox Club for 8+ (in person & virtual)

3:00pm - 5:00pm

Roblox players unite!

Meet new friends or bring old ones as you chat on Zoom while playing Roblox!

With a wide variety of games and play styles, break out rooms will be available for easier communication between players and to break up different game types and ages. Games range from Mad City to Adopt Me. All players are welcome. For ages 8+. Please click below to register.

 

(Saturday)
(Sunday)
(Monday)

POKEMON CLUB

1:00pm - 3:00pm

POKEMON CLUB

Join us for trading, dueling, & gaming on handhelds, phones, or Nintendo Switch, and watching Pokemon episodes and movies. Please have your name on everything you bring to the club. Please click below to register.

Summer Pokemon Club

1:00pm - 3:00pm

POKEMON CLUB

Join us for trading, dueling, & gaming on handhelds, phones, or Nintendo Switch, and watching Pokemon episodes and movies. Please have your name on everything you bring to the club. Please click below to register.

(Tuesday)

Families in Harmony with Renee Coro

10:30am - 11:30am

Music and mindfulness with Miss Renee!

Join us for a music-based mindfulness program which assists children ages 2-5 and their caregivers in becoming more aware of the present moment, focusing on both their physical and emotional well-being, and connection to the world around them.

Please click below to register.

Summer Anime Club

3:00pm - 4:30pm

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, and lead a Q&A or discussion afterwards if wanted. 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 discuss afterwards, 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.

Minecraft Club

4:00pm - 6:00pm

Minecraft at the library!

Use one of the library's computers or your own device for two hours of gaming! If you have your own device feel free to bring it - while Switch players cannot multiplay with PC users, they can multiplay with each other!Please register for this fun in-person program, as space is limited. 

Nintendo Switch Night

6:00pm - 8:00pm

Nintendo Night at the library

Play using the library's Nintendo Switch and our 9' screen! We'll rotate Mario Kart & Smash Bros, but may also play some of the other games from the library's collection.  The library will provide free pizza and drinks!

For grade 6-12. Space limited to 16 people, masks requested.

We may do tournaments, so please register so that we have time to build the tournament bracket.

(Wednesday)

Preschool storytime: Summer Fun!

10:30am - 11:00am

This summer's storytime theme is “Summer Fun” a six-week session about swimming, picnics, catching fireflies and other fun summertime activities.

Each storytime includes about 30 minutes of stories, finger-plays, songs and games related to that week’s theme, and meets on the lawn, weather permitting. We'll move indoors during bad weather (space is limited and masks are requested for indoor programs).

Registration is required so you can get email updates about whether the program is happening inside or outside, & because space is limited when inside; please click below to register.

PLEASE NOTE: You will be registering for the entire series, and do not need to re-register each week. 

No storytime on 7/20.

Lego Build Challenge

12:00pm - 5:00pm

True Tales! Stories about real people & events for 5-8 year olds

4:15pm - 4:45pm

At the end of a story, has your inquisitive K-2nd grader ever said to you, "Did that REALLY happen, though?" The answer is always "Yes!" during True Tales Storytime!

Join Youth Services librarian July on the lawn whenever the weather is good for tales of real people who have led funny, fascinating, and inspiring lives, and events that really happened! Biographical & historical stories presented in picture book form are the hot new genre, and we’ll laugh and get inspired, entertained, & maybe even educated (shhh!)!

 The program will also be available simultaneously through Zoom each week. Please click below to register.
(Thursday)

Grow, Play & Learn, August, outdoor/hybrid

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 babies through 5 year olds. The program will happen indoors if the weather is bad. Sponsored by Pathways for Parents CFCE. Pathways for Parents is funded by the Massachusetts Department of Early Education and Care.

Fellowship of the Pages: Tween Graphic Novel Book Discussion Group

3:00pm - 4:00pm

For graphic novel lovers!

Meet each week to discuss graphic novels, eat snacks, have fun, and make friends! The first book will be The Tea Dragon Society; the group will decide which graphic novels to read after that - and you don't have to have read the whole book to come! Click below to sign up.

Candle Making for Teens

5:00pm - 6:00pm

Teen Candle Making Workshop!

Make your own scented candle from scratch! Each participant will make a candle to take home using soy wax, and can choose from a variety of fragrance oils and 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 is for ages 11 & up. Supplies are limited, please register to participate.

(Friday)

Dungeons & Dragons High School Adventure Ensemble

2:30pm - 5:00pm

D&D campaign for high schoolers!

This group is limited to 7 experienced high school-aged players, and meets on Fridays from 2:30-5pm. The DM will help you roll up a character to join our ongoing campaign. Click below to sign up.

Mega Roblox Club for 8+ (in person & virtual)

3:00pm - 5:00pm

Roblox players unite!

Meet new friends or bring old ones as you chat on Zoom while playing Roblox!

With a wide variety of games and play styles, break out rooms will be available for easier communication between players and to break up different game types and ages. Games range from Mad City to Adopt Me. All players are welcome. For ages 8+. Please click below to register.

 

(Saturday)
(Sunday)
(Monday)

POKEMON CLUB

1:00pm - 3:00pm

POKEMON CLUB

Join us for trading, dueling, & gaming on handhelds, phones, or Nintendo Switch, and watching Pokemon episodes and movies. Please have your name on everything you bring to the club. Please click below to register.

Summer Pokemon Club

1:00pm - 3:00pm

POKEMON CLUB

Join us for trading, dueling, & gaming on handhelds, phones, or Nintendo Switch, and watching Pokemon episodes and movies. Please have your name on everything you bring to the club. Please click below to register.

(Tuesday)

Watercolor Paint Day!

9:00am - 8:00pm

Sing With Me! Summer outdoor/indoor session

10:30am - 11:00am

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; the program will take place on the library lawn when weather allows with equipment set up during the live event for those who wish to participate virtually. During bad weather we'll meet indoors. 
Drop-ins are fine for outdoor meetings, but an email with location & Zoom link for participation from home will be sent the night before each program and space is limited when we're indoors, so please register.

Summer Anime Club

3:00pm - 4:30pm

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, and lead a Q&A or discussion afterwards if wanted. 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 discuss afterwards, 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.

Minecraft Club

4:00pm - 6:00pm

Minecraft at the library!

Use one of the library's computers or your own device for two hours of gaming! If you have your own device feel free to bring it - while Switch players cannot multiplay with PC users, they can multiplay with each other!Please register for this fun in-person program, as space is limited. 

Teen VR Night

6:00pm - 8:00pm

VIRTUAL REALITY HAS COME TO THE LIBRARY!

The library has 4 Oculus Rift headsets! Come play Beat Saber, Moss, Superhot VR & more; you can watch other player's realities on the big screen when they're playing! Snacks provided by the library. Space limited to 16. Please register.

(Wednesday)

Lego Build Challenge

12:00pm - 5:00pm

Frankenbears

3:00pm

Poor, poor teddy bears!

Learning to use a needle and thread has never been more unwholesome! We'll have a pile of old stuffies that we can take apart and then sew back together in creative and creepy ways! Please click below to sign up.

(Thursday)

Grow, Play & Learn, August, outdoor/hybrid

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 babies through 5 year olds. The program will happen indoors if the weather is bad. Sponsored by Pathways for Parents CFCE. Pathways for Parents is funded by the Massachusetts Department of Early Education and Care.

Fellowship of the Pages: Tween Graphic Novel Book Discussion Group

3:00pm - 4:00pm

For graphic novel lovers!

Meet each week to discuss graphic novels, eat snacks, have fun, and make friends! The first book will be The Tea Dragon Society; the group will decide which graphic novels to read after that - and you don't have to have read the whole book to come! Click below to sign up.

Beaded Memory-Wire Bracelets

5:00pm

Register now!

Join us to make one beaded wire wrap bracelet and take home your creation. Please register here or by calling the circulation desk. Presented by: Sandy Merrill

Please remember to cancel your registration if you will not make it so we can offer your seat to someone else.  Thank you!

FULLBeaded Jewelry Making

6:30pm - 7:55pm

(Friday)

Drop-in Galaxy Jars

2:00pm - 3:00pm

Dungeons & Dragons High School Adventure Ensemble

2:30pm - 5:00pm

D&D campaign for high schoolers!

This group is limited to 7 experienced high school-aged players, and meets on Fridays from 2:30-5pm. The DM will help you roll up a character to join our ongoing campaign. Click below to sign up.

Mega Roblox Club for 8+ (in person & virtual)

3:00pm - 5:00pm

Roblox players unite!

Meet new friends or bring old ones as you chat on Zoom while playing Roblox!

With a wide variety of games and play styles, break out rooms will be available for easier communication between players and to break up different game types and ages. Games range from Mad City to Adopt Me. All players are welcome. For ages 8+. Please click below to register.

 

(Saturday)
(Sunday)
(Monday)

POKEMON CLUB

1:00pm - 3:00pm

POKEMON CLUB

Join us for trading, dueling, & gaming on handhelds, phones, or Nintendo Switch, and watching Pokemon episodes and movies. Please have your name on everything you bring to the club. Please click below to register.

Summer Pokemon Club

1:00pm - 3:00pm

POKEMON CLUB

Join us for trading, dueling, & gaming on handhelds, phones, or Nintendo Switch, and watching Pokemon episodes and movies. Please have your name on everything you bring to the club. Please click below to register.

(Tuesday)

Sing With Me! Summer outdoor/indoor session

10:30am - 11:00am

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; the program will take place on the library lawn when weather allows with equipment set up during the live event for those who wish to participate virtually. During bad weather we'll meet indoors. 
Drop-ins are fine for outdoor meetings, but an email with location & Zoom link for participation from home will be sent the night before each program and space is limited when we're indoors, so please register.

Summer Anime Club

3:00pm - 4:30pm

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, and lead a Q&A or discussion afterwards if wanted. 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 discuss afterwards, 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.

Minecraft Club

4:00pm - 6:00pm

Minecraft at the library!

Use one of the library's computers or your own device for two hours of gaming! If you have your own device feel free to bring it - while Switch players cannot multiplay with PC users, they can multiplay with each other!Please register for this fun in-person program, as space is limited. 

Movie club meets to discuss Summer Rental

5:00pm

Register today to join in on the discussion!

Movie Club meets to discuss Summer Rental, 5pm(movie), 7 pm (discussion)

Join us for monthly discussions of classic movies and other movies by request. Come in to watch and meet with the group at 5:00 or watch your movie at home with a DVD available for checkout at the library then at 7 meet at the library, online, or by phone to discuss. You do not need to be a club member to attend, but you must register to get the invite link which will be sent on the day of the meeting if choosing the online option.  There is a phone-in option available. Contact Marcelo for more information.

 

 

Nintendo Switch Night

6:00pm - 8:00pm

Nintendo Night at the library

Play using the library's Nintendo Switch and our 9' screen! We'll rotate Mario Kart & Smash Bros, but may also play some of the other games from the library's collection.  The library will provide free pizza and drinks!

For grade 6-12. Space limited to 16 people, masks requested.

We may do tournaments, so please register so that we have time to build the tournament bracket.

(Wednesday)

Preschool storytime: Summer Fun!

10:30am - 11:00am

This summer's storytime theme is “Summer Fun” a six-week session about swimming, picnics, catching fireflies and other fun summertime activities.

Each storytime includes about 30 minutes of stories, finger-plays, songs and games related to that week’s theme, and meets on the lawn, weather permitting. We'll move indoors during bad weather (space is limited and masks are requested for indoor programs).

Registration is required so you can get email updates about whether the program is happening inside or outside, & because space is limited when inside; please click below to register.

PLEASE NOTE: You will be registering for the entire series, and do not need to re-register each week. 

No storytime on 7/20.

Lego Build Challenge

12:00pm - 5:00pm

Wreck the Tech

1:00pm

Come to the library to wreck the tech!

If you like taking apart old electronics or gadgets to see what's inside and how they work, this is for you! We'll have lots of old stuff on hand and plenty of tools - come take stuff apart and see what you can do with it!

Please click below to register.

Wreck the Tech

1:00pm

Come to the library to wreck the tech!

If you like taking apart old electronics or gadgets to see what's inside and how they work, this is for you! We'll have lots of old stuff on hand and plenty of tools - come take stuff apart and see what you can do with it!

Please click below to register.

(Thursday)

Grow, Play & Learn, August, outdoor/hybrid

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 babies through 5 year olds. The program will happen indoors if the weather is bad. Sponsored by Pathways for Parents CFCE. Pathways for Parents is funded by the Massachusetts Department of Early Education and Care.

Fellowship of the Pages: Tween Graphic Novel Book Discussion Group

3:00pm - 4:00pm

For graphic novel lovers!

Meet each week to discuss graphic novels, eat snacks, have fun, and make friends! The first book will be The Tea Dragon Society; the group will decide which graphic novels to read after that - and you don't have to have read the whole book to come! Click below to sign up.

INTERSKATE 91 PARTY!

6:00pm - 8:00pm

INTERSKATE 91 PARTY!

6:00pm - 8:00pm

A Little Rebellion Now and Then: A History of Shay's Rebellion

6:30pm

Local history event for you...

Shays Rebellion is viewed as an agrarian revolt pitting impoverished farmers in western Massachusetts against the wealthy merchant class of the coastal eastern part of the State. Come hear an account of the participants and events of this post-revolutionary uprising that both confirm and negate this long held perception.

Local historian Dennis Picard will return to share the stories leading up to what was termed at the time, the “Regulators,” their activities in our area, a few personages of local interest – including Westfield’s own General Shepard, and the effect on our nation’s early history. Some demands of the 1780s such as the one calling for moving the State capital out of Boston have been rediscovered repeatedly and advocated for over the generations.

Dennis served as a consultant on the filming of the award winner “A Little Rebellion Now and Then: Prologue to the Constitution,” Calliope Films, 1985, which dramatizes the turbulent years after the American Revolution that culminated in Shays' Rebellion and the framing of the Constitution.

Register below.

(Friday)

You & Me in Music for 4-5s with Renee Coro

10:30am

Music fun with your little one!

This is an interactive early childhood music program specifically designed for children aged 4-5 years old. In this age group, children are ready to create, learn and explore through simple songs and rhythmic activities. We will engage the children in music and movement as they are introduced to the world around them through song! They will have opportunities to create music of their very own through singing, instrumental play and movement!  The series is run by board-certified music therapist Renee Coro of Harmonious Happenings.

This Program sponsored by Pathways for Parents CFCE.

Please click below to register.

Dungeons & Dragons High School Adventure Ensemble

2:30pm - 5:00pm

D&D campaign for high schoolers!

This group is limited to 7 experienced high school-aged players, and meets on Fridays from 2:30-5pm. The DM will help you roll up a character to join our ongoing campaign. Click below to sign up.

(Saturday)
(Sunday)
(Monday)

You & Me in Music for babies and toddlers with Renee Coro

10:30am

Music fun with your little one!

In this developmentally appropriate music class for babies and toddlers, we will explore many aspects of music including singing, playing instruments, and moving in a fun, interactive program that fosters social, emotional, and physical development.  Join us for this dynamic program led by Music Therapist, Renee Coro of Harmonious Happenings.

Geared towards babies and preschoolers. This Program sponsored by Pathways for Parents CFCE.

This Program sponsored by Pathways for Parents CFCE.

Please click below to register.

POKEMON CLUB

1:00pm - 3:00pm

POKEMON CLUB

Join us for trading, dueling, & gaming on handhelds, phones, or Nintendo Switch, and watching Pokemon episodes and movies. Please have your name on everything you bring to the club. Please click below to register.

Summer Pokemon Club

1:00pm - 3:00pm

POKEMON CLUB

Join us for trading, dueling, & gaming on handhelds, phones, or Nintendo Switch, and watching Pokemon episodes and movies. Please have your name on everything you bring to the club. Please click below to register.

(Tuesday)

Sing With Me! Summer outdoor/indoor session

10:30am - 11:00am

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; the program will take place on the library lawn when weather allows with equipment set up during the live event for those who wish to participate virtually. During bad weather we'll meet indoors. 
Drop-ins are fine for outdoor meetings, but an email with location & Zoom link for participation from home will be sent the night before each program and space is limited when we're indoors, so please register.

Minecraft Club

4:00pm - 6:00pm

Minecraft at the library!

Use one of the library's computers or your own device for two hours of gaming! If you have your own device feel free to bring it - while Switch players cannot multiplay with PC users, they can multiplay with each other!Please register for this fun in-person program, as space is limited. 

Teen VR Night

6:00pm - 8:00pm

VIRTUAL REALITY HAS COME TO THE LIBRARY!

The library has 4 Oculus Rift headsets! Come play Beat Saber, Moss, Superhot VR & more; you can watch other player's realities on the big screen when they're playing! Snacks provided by the library. Space limited to 16. Please register.

(Wednesday)

Lego Build Challenge

12:00pm - 5:00pm