Dinosaur tracks lead right to the Winthrop School! Have no fear, Dinoman is here! With magic, merry mayhem, and magnificent props, the audience is taken on a trip throughout the mesozoic era. How do we know dinosaurs were here? What is a fossil? How are they made? This program is fun and informative for all ages.
Please note this Ipswich Public Library sponsored program will take place at the Winthrop Elementary School, 65 Central Street in Ipswich, MA. No registration required and it is free of charge.
For students in grades 1 to 5 - join a class with Ipswich's LEGO guru, Jo-Ann Gorrell, to make a walking T-Rex dinosaur that uses batteries, motors and gears. Free of charge. Registration is required.
Emma Andrews Library and Community Center invites you to the library for a bowl of hot soup on a Winter afternnon! Come enjoy the library, share some great food and leave knowing that the price of your meal will go to fund children's programming at the library. February's Souper Saturday will feature Chicken and Wild Rice soup, Tuscan Fish Stew, Split Yellow Pea soup with Kielbasa, Vegetable Pesto soup, and will debut Fruit Loops soup.
Come to the library to make snowflakes using pipe cleaners and pony beads. Simple, easy fun! Kids of all ages and abilities welcome. Please note there will be small beads in the room and caregivers will need to monitor any young children they bring.
Come to Sawyer Free for a morning visit from Mary Poppins! Actress Carole Finn brings the enchanting story of Mary Poppins to life as she interacts with the children in character, and tells us all about Jane and Michalel's adventures with their magical nanny! Finish off her visit by making a chalk drawing! All welcome!
Sign up for chess with Jaime online! No prior experience necessary, and players of all skill levels are welcome - both new players and experienced players are sure to enjoy a fun yet challenging session. All ages welcome.
Looking to get into the fun of modern board gaming? Come and learn from the best! North Shore Gamers will be hosting a game day open to all levels and types of board gamers. Bring your favorite game or play from our communal library.
“Can you teleport me?” “How do I fly?” “I need a sword!” “What are you building?” These exclamations are the sounds of a room full of kids playing Minecraftedu. Welcome to Minecraft Club! Every Thursday afternoon from 3:30-5pm, children ages 8-11 get together on our library’s laptops to play one of the world’s hottest and most creative video games. Both new and experienced players are invited to attend.
Saturday, February 23
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