Programs for our Youngest Library Users!
Aside from the weekly programs we offer in the
Children’s Room, Toddler Times, Preschool Story Hour,
and Bedtime Story Hour, we also offer other
exciting programming for various ages and interests.
Remember some programs require registration!
For full event details please check our full Event Calendar
The Boston Bruins PJ Drive runs through March 15. Thanks for all the wonderful support and new pj's that have already been donated. The Bruins sponsor our MA Summer Reading Program.
Saturday, March 4
Join Miss Amy on Saturday, March 4 at 10:30am for a family story hour! Snuggle up and listen to a few stories, rhymes, and (of course) get ready to Go Bananas! This program is drop-in, and registration is not recessary. Our story hour programs are funded by the Friends of the Library.
Saturday, March 11
Join Mrs. Grimmett for a family story hour on Saturday, February 25 at 10:30am. Drop by the children's room, snuggle up with a loved one and enjoy a few cozy stories, rhymes, songs and maybe even a round of "Go Bananas!" Registration is not necessary for this program. Story hours are funded by the Friends of the Library.
Wednesday, March 15
Join Miss Amy on Wednesday,March 15 from 3:30-4:30pm for a St. Patrick's Day Crafternoon! We'll be reading a St. Patty's Day story or two and then heading to the craft tables and begin working on various crafts and art projects. This program is for kids in kindergarten and up. Registration is required and begins on February 28. Our crafternoon programs are funded by the Friends of the Library.
Wednesday, March 22
Ready… Set… Lego! Our library Lego Club is back for the school year, so get ready to use your imagination and build, build, build! Lego Club is for children in kindergarten and up, but we will have Duplos available for any younger friends who wish to create. Children attending the club must be accompanied by an adult. This program is from 3:30-4:30 and no registration necessary. A BIG thank you to all of the community members who donated the supplies that make this club possible.
Friday, March 24
Join Carol Carver from Self Help Inc. for a parent/child monthly gathering at the Abington Public Library. This program will include stories, different color experiments, music, movement and art projects! This program is for children ages 3-5 along with their parent/caregiver. Registration will begin on March 15.
Wednesday, March 29
Educators from the South Shore Natural Science Center will return to the library on Wednesday, March 27 for an owl pellet dissection program from 3:30-4:30pm. Kids will learn about different birds of prey and the importance of the food chain, which will be followed by the pellet dissection. This program is for kids in grades 3-5. Registration is required and will begin on March 15. This program is funded by the Friends of the Library.