Grades 6-12: The Newburyport Library Rainbow Club is an inclusive and safe group for LGBTQ+ teens and allies. Hang and be yourself! We have games and craft supplies available and occasionally show movies, host guest speakers, and have parties. Meets in the Children's Activity Room. Please contact Emely, Teen Services Librarian, with questions at 978-465-4428 ext.242 or email@example.com.
TOHP Burnham Public Library invites kids to a Touch-a-Truck event. Kids of all ages, join us behind the Essex Fire Station to meet and greet all sorts of vehicles! Fire Trucks, Police Cars, Emergency vehicles, Mail trucks, Construction vehicles and Utility trucks.
APL hosts Imajine That's 'Magnetic Personality'! Explore the power of magnets with a variety of activities that test their strength! Imajine That from Lawrence, MA brings the fun to us with a wonderful science program. Ages 3 to 6 are welcome! Registration is required.
APL hosts 'Imajine That Presents: Science Explorers: Let it Snow!' Kids will learn about that wacky thing called snow. What is snow? What is it made out of? What happens when you bring snow inside? We'll also make a pipe cleaner snowflake craft to take home! Ages 4 to 6 years old. Registration is required.
Sawyer Free Library has a fun filled morning of Screen-Free activities planned! Come to the library, unplug and play, read and create with friends! The Spring Craft Activities encourages interaction and coneecting with others without the use of technology!
Science Club with at Sawyer Free Library where kids will investigate, explore and discovery through science! For kids in grades 2 - 5. Register in the Children's Library.
Beverly Public Library invites families with kids under 5 (or so) to join the musical rhythmic fun! Come Dance, shake, move and sing and get the wiggles out. Thank you to the Friends of the Beverly Public Library for supporting this program.
Digeridoos Down Under is a high-energy, Australia-themed show that combines music, culture, puppetry, comedy, character building, storytelling and audience participation. The didgeridoo, usually a hollow tree trunk, has been played by Aboriginal Australians for at least 1,500 years, and is known for its otherworldly sound. But DDU is much more than music. It’s interactive, educational, motivational and super fun – perfect for kids and families.
Come to Sawyer Free Library for a fun afternoon where kids can talk and share their experiences in the kitchen. Register and check out a copy of the Around the World Cookbook by Abigail Dodge, let the library know which recipe you will make at home and the bring the dish to the library to share and discuss!