June 13, 2021

July Children’s Programs at East Providence Libraries


Virtual Lego Challenge
Get out your Legos and join Miss Sharon and other kids to build together and share your creation! You can even take a picture of it for the library to display!
Wed, July 1, 11:00 on Zoom for kids of all ages

Bike & Pedestrian Safety
This virtual AAA presentation stresses the importance of wearing a helmet, staying visible, using hand signals, finding safe places to ride and walk; and teaches the rules of the road.
Tues, July 7, 2-2:30 on Zoom, ages 7-11

Sport Stacking/Cup Stacking
Sport Stacking is an amazing sport that promotes fitness, agility, concentration, and quickness. PE teacher Glenn Costello teaches this interactive class.
Wed, July 8, 11:00 on the lawn at Weaver Library, ages 8-10

Rick Morin's Rhythm Room
Explore the world of rhythm through household found objects that can create sound. We will walk through a fun process which will allow you to create your own grooves in an imaginative exploration of sound. A great way to start your musical journeys!
Tuesday, July 21 on Zoom 2:30 (ages 4-7) & 3:00 (ages 8-12)

Painting Class
Kids will learn, step by step, how to paint a specific painting. Instructor Rebecca Killian encourages laughing, singing, and dancing while painting. Supplies will be available for pick up at Weaver Library. Wed, July 22, 11:00 on Zoom, ages 6-9

Draw Together with Miss Harriet
Grab some paper and a pencil (or a pen, or crayons, etc) and connect with other kids who like to draw. Miss Harriet will draw with you. She might also introduce you to a few book illustrators, and challenge you to some silly doodles.
Tuesdays, July 28, Aug 4, Aug 11 2:00-2:45 on Zoom, ages 7-11

PBS Kids NATURE CAT Summer Learning Hour
Kids explore the environment, learn about the natural world, and learn about their role as caretakers of our Earth.
Wed, July 29, 10:00 on Zoom, ages 4-8

Register for these programs at www.eastprovidencelibrary.org.


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