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Online Programs: Children's Online Events

Online Events for Children

Online Programs

Online Preschool Story Time
Tuesdays at 10:30 a.m.
September 15, 22 & 29 and October 6, 13, 20 & 27
Join us for an online version of our Preschool Story Time where we’ll share stories, songs, finger plays and movement activities. Story Time videos will premiere on the library's Youth Services Facebook page each Tuesday. Library story times are a fun way to help your child develop skills they will need to be ready to read. Story Time is geared for ages 3-5 but the whole family is welcome to join from home.
Take and Make Club for Ages 6-12
Weekly, September 14-October 31
Kids ages 6-12 are invited to visit the library each week to pick up a "Take and Make" craft and S.T.E.M. kit. A different kit will be available at the beginning of each week. The kits will include instruction and supplies, as well as a list of any additional supplies you will need to have on hand. A video will be posted on the library's Facebook and Youtube pages each week showing how to complete the project. To register and arrange pick up, please call 609 345-2269 x. 3050 or click on the appropriate link below. ***Please note: Registration will be open for one week at a time and supplies are limited.***
Register for Week of October 19th
Register for Week of October 5th

Register for Week of September 28th

                                               Register for Week of September 21
                                                           Register for Week of September 14

Online Book Talks

How to Write a Story

Written by Kate Messner and illustrated by Mark Siegel
Saturday, September 19 at 11 a.m.
Kids ages 8-12 are invited to join us on Zoom as we read and talk about the book How to Write a Story.
Accomplished storytellers Kate Messner and Mark Siegel playfully describe the process of becoming a writer in this fun title which guides young storytellers through the joys and challenges of the writing process.
After reading the book we'll work as a group to come up with our own story. It is preferable if children read the story before the discussion but not required. E-book copies of this title can be checked out using your library card at hoopladigital.com. If you are unable to download a copy of the book, please contact us for other options.
Registration is required. Once you register, instructions and a Zoom link will be emailed to you. For more information or to register call (609) 345-2269 x.3050 or click here.

 

The Next President: the Unexpected Beginnings and Unwritten Future of America's Presidents

Written by Kate Messner and illustrated by Adam Rex
Saturday, October 17 at 11 a.m.
Kids ages 8-12 are invited to join us on Zoom as we read and talk about the book The Next President.
"Who will be the next president? Could it be you? When George Washington became the first president of the United States, there were nine future presidents already alive in America, doing things like practicing law or studying medicine.
And right now -- today -- there are at least 10 future presidents alive in America. They could be playing basketball, like Barack Obama, or helping in the garden, like Dwight D. Eisenhower. They could be solving math problems or reading books. They could be making art-or already making change."
It is preferable if children read the story before the discussion but not required. E-book copies of this title can be checked out using your library card at hoopladigital.com. If you are unable to download a copy of the book, please contact us for other options.
Registration is required. Once you register, instructions and a Zoom link will be emailed to you. For more information or to register call (609) 345-2269 x.3050 or click here.

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