Book Babies (0-15 months)
Tuesdays at 10:30am
Ring-A-Ding-A-Sing Thing (all ages)
Wednesdays & Fridays at 10:15am
No registration required
Alphabits (ages 2-5)
Thursdays at 10:15am & 11:15am
GOT Story Time (ages 4-5)
Tuesdays at 1:00pm
January and February programs are now available for registration! Click here for a list of programs and to register.
There is still space for our Gingerbread Man(ia) program this Saturday, December 17, at 1pm!
For grades K-6. This program is all things Gingerbread – including reading the book The Gingerbread Man and decorating your own gingerbread man. You better eat him quick, or else he’ll run away! Registration required.
Please register here.
WHAT’S THAT LINE? HOLIDAY VERSION! Family program this Saturday, December 10 at 11:00am! After Thanksgiving, we hear the same songs on the radio over and over and find ourselves singing along. But are you singing the right lines? Families are invited to play against families in this program to see who knows best What’s that Line? You might just be surprised, but you’ll certainly be amused! Registration required.
The NGA Boys Book Club will kick off its existence with a meeting on Monday, December 5 at 4:00pm. The theme for this meeting will be movie monsters. Boys in grades 3-6 who are interested in joining should register and then come to the library to pick out a short book to read about the movie monster of their choice. At the meeting, we will share what we learned about our movie monsters while we create simple costumes to represent each boy’s movie monster. Then we will then film our very own amateur monster movie starring the boys! To top it off, we will have some popcorn and watch the film.
Have you ever snorkeled in an ocean? Or visited the myriad of sea critters at a public aquarium? Then come see local marine biologist Noah DesRosiers give a pictorial presentation on Tuesday, November 15 at 6:30pm about coral reefs based on his research experiences around the world. Delightful pictures and funny stories of colorful sea creatures illustrate this tale about the future of these extremely delicate ecosystems and what that means for us. This talk is suitable for all ages and anyone who ever dreamed of being a marine biologist! Register here!
The wait is almost over! Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Cabin Fever comes out Tuesday, November 15. Kids in grades 2-6 are invited to register to attend our Wimpy Kid Party on Monday, November 14 at 4pm. We will be doing trivia, games, reading a part of the book and giving out prizes, including one lucky winner of a copy of Cabin Fever!