Classes for Parents
Be sure to check our Parent Resources page for classes and programs geared towards parents and other caregivers.
Jan. 5 to April 16
Mondays 10:15 am Peek-a-Book
Tuesdays 10:15 am Family Storytime
Thursdays 10:15 am Time for 2's & 3's (No storytime on Thursday, April 9)
American Girls Book Club
We'll be reading the Kirsten series this winter. We'll have extra copies of the book available to read before the meeting. Give us a call, or reserve your copy online with our new Minerva system. Alternating Wednesdays beginning Jan. 14.
Jan. 14 Meet Kirsten
Jan. 28 Kirsten Learns a Lesson
Feb. 11 Kirsten's Surprise
Feb. 25 Happy Birthday, Kirsten
March 11 Kirsten Saves the Day
March 25 Changes for Kirsten
April 8 Celebrating Kirsten
Kindergarten & up
Last Tuesday of the month
Please pre-register to reserve your child's spot in our popular building club.
Tues. April 21
Grades K & up
Fairies, pixies, gnomes dwarves, elves, OH MY!! Get ready for our Faerie Festival by making a small woodland creature to inhabit your fairy house or gnome home. We'll be using all natural materials and a glue gun. Children under age 8 might do better with a caregiver helping them.
Thurs. April 23
Miss Susan, Registered Yoga Teacher, will be offering a class with simple yoga stretches, movement, music, games and stories for children ages 2-5 and their grown-up. Please bring along a blanket for each of you for covering up during Resting on a Cloud Pose at the end.
Earth Day Fun
Thurs. April 23
Grades 4- 7
Learn how to make seed paper – homemade paper with seeds embedded in it. After it dries, this paper can be planted in a pot or in your garden. Plant it, and watch flowers grow!
PLEASE NOTE, the paper pulp might get a little messy, and participants will almost certainly end up a bit wet. Please dress accordingly.
Call for Fairy Houses & Gnome Homes!
It's that time of year again! It’s time to welcome the fairies back into our garden!
The snowbanks are receding, and the downed sticks, bark and dried seedpods are beginning to show. As you clean your yard, set some of these materials aside and use them to build fairy houses or gnome homes with your children. Or maybe you prefer to use shells and seaglass gathered at the beach?
We’ll be accepting fairy houses for display starting April 21.To be included in judging, please bring in houses by Wed., April 29.
Houses should be constructed of all natural
materials, with a base no larger than 14” x 14,” and a height no taller than 30
inches. Remember, faeries are allergic
to plastic! Although glue is allowed,
try string, thread or raffia to connect pieces, or make glue using flour and
water. If you need building materials,
stop by the Children’s Room. Members of
the Seacoast Garden Club will offer a selection of pine cones, bark and sea
shells for children to use in construction of Faerie Homes.
Sat. May 2
Stop in for crafts, games and more fairy fun! Gnomes welcome!