Hastings Branch

Family Storytime

Friday, May 29 @ 1 pm

Children of all ages are welcome at Family Storytime. Each week we explore a different theme through stories, non-fiction, puppets, and more. Music, movement, and a craft are part of the fun, too.

 

Family Storytime

Friday, May 22 @ 1 pm

Children of all ages are welcome at Family Storytime. Each week we explore a different theme through stories, non-fiction, puppets, and more. Music, movement, and a craft are part of the fun, too.

 

Teen Lounge

Friday, June 5 @ 3:30pm

ComputerThe Lounge is open for kids and teens to have fun with a variety of activities, including gaming, painting, crafts, building with Lego bricks, karaoke and more. 

 

 


Stay 'n Play

Friday, June 5 @ 1:30pm

Surprise GirlThere's no need to rush out after storytime - instead, stick around for Stay 'n Play. Relax with other adults while your child gets a chance to play and socialize, too. Games, puzzles, and toys are available.

 

 

Family Storytime

Friday, June 5 @ 1pm

Kids GigglingChildren of all ages are welcome at Family Storytime. Each week we explore a different theme through stories, non-fiction, puppets, and more. Music, movement, and a craft are part of the fun, too.

 

 

 

Beginning Sign Language

Thursday, June 4 @ 11am

Do you want to learn another language? Learn sign language at the library with other beginners. You'll progress in a relaxed, supportive atmosphere.

Crocheting and Knitting

Thursday, June 4 @ 2pm

YarnWhether you are experienced, need help with a particular project, or are just starting out, come with your needles and yarn to Ms. Gosselin's class.

 

 


Teen Lounge

Tuesday, June 2 @ 3:30pm

Kids artTeens are invited to have fun with a variety of activities, including gaming, painting, crafts, building with Lego bricks, karaoke and more.

 

 


Rainstick Art

Saturday, May 23 @ 1 pm

The rainstick, originally made from cactus and pebbles, was believed to have been first used in the deserts of Northern Chile. People hoped that the instrument, which creates a sound like falling rain, would bring water to their dry climate. Kids are invited to the library to make and decorate their own rainsticks.

 

Children's Book Week: Japanese Culture & Candy Sushi

Saturday, May 9 @ 1 pm

First Book of Sushi book coverKids and teens are invited to learn about Japanese culture, including customs, food, and language and to make candy sushi. Learn how to use chopsticks and to spell your name in Katakana. See how Japanese culture has influenced some of the items you love to check out of the library. Plus, for those of you who want to try the real thing, Ms. Michelle will bring some samples of o-nigiri, a rice snack wrapped with seaweed.

 

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