It's that time of year again! The Friends of the Library will be having their annual gingerbread house decorating program on Saturday, December 7th. Sessions will take place at 9am, 10:30am, 12pm, and 1:30pm. Costs for Friends members are $5/child, with a family maximum of $10. Costs for non-members are $10/child, with a family maximum of $20.
Please sign-up and pre-pay in the Children's Room. More information on the Friends of the Library can be found on the Friends page. If you are not a member, but would like to become one, please fill out the membership form and return it with your membership dues to the main desk of the library.
Get in the holiday spirit by decorating your own gingerbread house! All materials will be supplied. Cost for Friends members is $5 per child, with a $10 maximum per family. Cost for non-members is $10 per child, with a $20 maximum per family. Please sign up and pre-pay in the Children's Room.
Join us for this special session of holiday storytime! We will read a few seasonal stories and make a fun craft to take home! No sign-up is necessary.
Come over after school on this early release day and make a mosaic holiday ornament out of pieces of glass! Sign-up is required for this program. Please sign-up in the Children's Room, by calling 978-887-1528, or by e-mailing the children's librarian, Jane Johnson. This program is for grades 4-6 only.
Join us after school to decorate rock paperweights with puffy paint! These make great holiday gifts for friends or family. No sign-up is required for this program. Grades 4-6 only, please.
The Drop-in Club, an after-school homework club for grades four and up, takes place every Monday from 3:15-5:00pm, except on early release days and days when school is not in session. Stop by to have a snack and get started on homework with your friends!
The fall session of storytime has ended. Winter session will begin in January, with sign-ups starting in December. See our storytime page for more information!
TumbleBooks are animated, talking picture books created by adding animation, sound, music and narration to existing picture books in order to produce an electronic picture book that you can read or have read to you.
Also available in the TumbleBook Library are fun and educational games, puzzles, videos, and language-learning materials.