Looking for a place to toddle? Play with toys? Meet other little ones? Look no further!
Join us in the Children’s Room of the Northeast Library every Thursday afternoon 1-3 p.m. Play with toys that encourage early literacy and motor skill development. Learn early literacy tips from Children’s Librarians.
Relax, let loose, and have a ball!
For children ages birth to 3, along with parents and their caretakers.
Teens are encouraged to use this program as a space to vent, hang out with friends, and discuss hot topics without feeling judged by adults. Topics for discussion might be relationships, fandoms, education, travel, sports, or whatever comes to mind! Let's Talk About... is a place where teens are free to voice their opinions on issues that matter to them. Feel free to stop by and make it your own.
Summertime is, among other things, a time to catch up with friends and family. Love them or hate them, your relatives are one part of your life that you can’t escape. A book that I’ve read recently, The Kid Table by Andrea Seigel, captures the wackiness of these celebrations to a T. Read on to find out how our narrator deals with her aunts, uncles, cousins and other assorted relations.
Summertime has finally come, and with it, some time to do what you want rather than what you need to do for work and school. With that in mind, learn about some of the weird holidays that happen this month by clicking on the links below, and see if there’s something new and exciting you would like to try.June 1 – Say Something Nice DayJune 2 – Bubba Day
It’s the end of the school year, which means it's time for proms, parties and graduation, along with some great weather. It’s also time for summer reading, and I wanted to start everyone off by mentioning a great title I just finished reading.
In conjunction with the exhibit Samurai: The Warrior Transformed, at the National Geographic Museum through Sept. 3, the Northeast Neighborhood Library is hosting the program Gyotaku: Japanese Fish Printing.
Finally, it’s warmer!!! Barbecues, Memorial Day celebrations and the end of school is just ahead … along with pollen, bee stings and poison ivy.As you take the good with the bad, check out some of these interesting holidays by going to the websites below to learn more information:May 1 – Keep Kids Alive – Drive 25 DayMay 1 – Mother Goose Day
Now that we’re at the end of April, we only have about two months until school is out. It’s amazing how time flies, isn’t it? Since we are approaching a time of endings, I wanted to review a book that’s all about endings but has a
Join us Saturday, May 5 at 2 p.m. for a fascinating program that could hold the keys to your inner peace.William Smith, a retired Army lieutenant colonel and a camp director for an international children’s meditation camp, will teach effective strategies for a simple but profound meditation technique that will help remove stress and worry.The program is free and open to the public.
Join the discussion of the Northeast Adult Book Club's selected title for April, The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society by Mary Ann Shaffer and Annie Barrows. The story describes London, England, as it is emerging from the shadow of World War II.