This puppet workshop is loads of fun! A diverse collection of puppets will teach children about Birds, States, and more! This is the second part of a TWO part program. Registration required to receive Zoom information to join. Best for ages 5+ Read more >
Our July 2022 Tween Book Club title is a graphic by fan favorite Svetlana Chmakova…BE WARY OF THE SILENT WOODS (Weirn books #1). And best of all, I can actually give out copies of the chapter book to keep for anyone interested in joining the discussion! Just visit our Prosser or our McMahon Wintonbury location to pick up your personal copy of the book! You must be registered for the program to claim a copy of the book. There are a limited number of copies, so free books are only available while supplies last. Registration is also required to receive the Zoom information to join the virtual discussion. Best for ages 9 and up. Read more >
Broadcasting directly from Mystic Aquarium’s Arctic Coast exhibit, home to New England’s only beluga whales, this virtual program is a one of a kind outreach program where you not only “meet” one of our resident whales but also learn from the staff that work with them every day. Registration required to receive Zoom information to join. Read more >
Hazel Grey’s book, NANA’S SHOES, takes children, parents, and grandparents on a journey, back to a time when everything was perfect just by being at Nana’s house. Join Hazel Grey, local author and former preshool teacher, as she reads a little of her book and discusses how she wrote and published it. Best suited for Grades 2-5. Read more >
Join staff at the McMahon Wintonbury Library for an IN-PERSON program: Welcoming Wednesday Storytime. We’ll share stories, songs, rhymes and more! ALL ADULTS WILL BE REQUIRED TO WEAR MASKS. Class size will be limited so that all participants can practice social distancing. Best for ages 5 and under.
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Like weird plants? Monster plants? Robot plants? Crazy plants? Spooky plants?! Then this drawing workshop is for you! Best for kids in grades K-8. Registration required to receive Zoom information to join. Read more >
Join Bloomfield Public Library for it’s first ever BookCon…a book event for kids and teens! What is BookCon?
The Bloomfield Public Library Book Conference – or “BookCon” – is a chance for kids, tweens and teens to select and go home with FREE books of all kinds (and a variety of extra goodies!). Just visit the in-person BookCon event during one of the two timeframes (4-5pm or 6-7:30pm), and you can select all of the free things you’d like to take home…it’s as easy as that! Our event will take place offsite at 330 Park Avenue in Bloomfield (The Great Room A #128). PLEASE NOTE: This event is for youth – only kids and teens will be allowed to select books to take home! 🙂 No registration necessary. Read more >