August 16, 2018

Children’s Programs at Seekonk Library

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Storytimes
Seekonk Library storytimes focus on the five principles of reading readiness from the Every Child Ready to Read program. These principles are talking, singing, reading, writing and playing. No registration for our storytimes but a SAILS Library Card is required.

Lapsit (0-2 Years)
Mondays at 10 am through February 12
Includes a story, fingerplays, music, a musical instrument experience and yes, BUBBLES!

Toddler (2 and 3 year olds)
Tuesdays at 10 am through February 13
Includes stories, music, a musical instrument experience, an early learning take-home activity and bubbles.

Preschool (3, 4 and 5 year olds)
Wednesdays at 1:30 pm through February 14
Includes stories, music and a craft.

Family Storytime and Playgroup (0-5 year olds)
Thursdays at 10 am through February 15
Stories and music followed by learning in a playgroup setting.


Reading to Oliver...or Spencer!
Tuesdays February 13 and 27
Build redaing skills and gain confidence in reading aloud be reading to one of our reading therapy dogs. Sessions are 20 minutes in length between 3:30 and 5:15. Call to reserve your time slot.

Seekonk Schools Early Release Day
Friday, February 16

Drop in Chinese New Year Art Project- all day long
Family Movie at 2pm
Hint: Mane 6, Equestria, and an epic journey to save Ponyville from a dark force. Call for title.


School Vacation Week Specials
All details at seekonkpl.org Calendar of Events
Tuesday, Feb 20
Snow Stories
Ages 2 - 3 at 10 am
Ages 3, 4, 5 at 1 pm

Tuesday, February 20
Rainforest Reptiles at 3 pm
No registration- just come.


Wednesday, February 21
No-Bake Snowball Cookies
Grades 1 - 2 at 1 pm
Grades 3 - 5 at 3 pm
Registration required



Thursday, February 22
Drop-in Art
10 am - 1 pm
Friday, February 23

Stop-Motion Video
Grades 3 - 5 at 1 pm
Registration required

All details at Seekonkpl.org

Seekonk Meadows
Remember, if there's snow on the ground, come into the Children's Room and borrow our snow toys to play with in Seekonk Meadows.

Build snow bricks or snow balls, shovel a path or create snow paintings with colored water. Winter family fun!

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