Children’s Programming at the Amherst Town Library
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ZOOM FAMILY STORYTIME
Tuesdays at 10:00am, May 4, 11, 18, 25
Come join Miss Sarah and Princess Lovely for a fun-filled family program!
For ages 3-6, younger siblings are always welcome.
Registration is required. An email with the ZOOM link and a materials list for the craft will be sent before each program.
ZOOM MINECRAFT CLUB
Tuesdays from 3:45 - 4:45pm, May 4, 11, 18, 25
Come and join Miss Sarah for ZOOM Minecraft Club on Tuesday afternoons!
As always, there will be a CHALLENGE---Miss Sarah will have a new challenge for you at the beginning of each meeting. You will need a device that can run the ZOOM program.
For kids ages 7 and up. Registration is required. An email with the
ZOOM link will be sent before each program.
BOOK BUNCH! Zoom Book Club for Grades 3 and 4
Each month we read one of Miss Sarah’s favorite CHAPTER BOOKS, and then ZOOM together to talk
about them. Before the meeting, pick up an ACTIVITY KIT at the library, and we’ll all have fun doing a book-related project together during our meeting!
May’s book: RA the Mighty: Cat Detective by A.B. Greenfield
For kids in grades 3 and 4.
Meets the fourth Thursday of the month, 4:00-5:00pm.
Next Meeting Date: May 27
Registration is required. Click to register.
Join Miss Lisa for a new FUN!! project every month. She’ll be diving into our collection of non-fiction books to find cool projects we can all enjoy. Materials for the project will be available while supplies last here at the library the Tuesday before each how-to video is released. Projects may involve art, science, cooking, or maybe a bit of all three! Videos will be available for viewing on the Amherst Town Library’s YouTube Channel.
For kids ages 5-8. No registration required.
Next video will be released on May 26.
CHILDREN’S SUMMER READING 2021
Tails and Tales
Animals will be the theme this summer as the Children’s Room rolls out its summer reading program.
Current plans include some outdoor-in-person programs; craft kits, picture hunts and “Storywalks” that you’ve all come to love; and both walk-in and lobby pick-up options for kids to chart their reading progress (and earn prizes!) over the summer. Stay tuned for more details...