Music & Movement with Deb HudginsMusic & Movement with Deb Hudgins| Ages 1-5 | 11am | Select Dates
Friday, December 27: Jinglebell Jump
No registration required. Children under 12 must be accompanied by an adult.
Programs for School-Aged Children
Please be sure to always check the event calendar to ensure a program has not been canceled.
Pokemon Club | Tuesdays | 3:30- 4:30pm | Ages 7+
Children under 12 must be accompanied by an adult.
Now accepting....We are currently seeking donations of:
Gently used Nintendo 3DS games, PS4 games, Wii games, XBox games, Nintendo Switch games
LEGO figures, base plates, bricks, and Technic
Doll house dolls
Cream of tartar
Glitters: black, green, pink purple, silver
food coloring - any and all colors
Paper plates - any size, any color
Read at Home Programs
Why is it important to read to very young children?
Developing literacy skills begins at birth and continues through the toddler and preschool years. The best way to ensure a child has the skills necessary to learn to read is having someone read aloud to them.
Yes, you really can read 1,000 books to your child before kindergarten!
· 1 story every day for 5 years equals 1,825 stories
· 1 story every day for 3 years equals 1,095 stories
· 10 stories every week for 2 years equals 1,040
Reading 1,000 books to your child before kindergarten can easily be reached!
You can sign your child up for 1,000 Books Before Kindergarten program by stopping by the Library and completing a short form.
100 Books: Decorate a special tote bag.
200 Books: Pick out a new book from the Book Box
300 Books: $5 Snack Gift Card
400 Books: Lego Kit
500 Book: 1 Admission to the Worcester Ecotarium
600 Books: 2 Movie Passes
700 Books: $20 Mohegan Bowling Gift Card
800 Books: $25 Booklovers' Gourmet Gift Card
900 Books: Davis Farmland Pass
1,000 Books: Your child has earned his or her picture on the Reading Wall of Fame, their photo will be sent to the newspaper, and will receive a certification of completion of 1,000 Books before Kindergarten!
This program is sponsored by Friends of the Library.