Kids

'We Have a Dream' Collaborative Poetry Project

What do justice and freedom mean to you? What's your dream?Visit Watha T. Daniel Neighborhood Library between Jan. 14 and Jan. 21 to honor the legacy of Martin Luther King Jr., and join us in creating a unique and collective expression of our hopes, dreams and visions for a better America.    

Who You Callin' A Wimp?!

Do you love to read Diary of a Wimpy Kid? Come to our monthly Who You Callin' A Wimp?! book club.Don't have the book? No worries. We'll hand out copies of Diary of Wimpy Kid:The Last Straw for reading and discussion.

Smithsonian Associates Discovery Theater on Tour: How Old is a Hero?

Explore the power of youth and meet three courageous heroes who helped shape history during the civil rights movement.

Smithsonian Associates Discovery Theater on Tour: How Old is a Hero?

Explore the power of youth and meet three courageous heroes who helped shape history during the civil rights movement.

Games & Puzzles

Come in after school to play board games, cards or do puzzles. Recommended for ages 4-12. All children under 9 must be supervised by a parent or guardian over the age of 13. 

Who You Callin' A Wimp?!

Do you love to read Diary of a Wimpy Kid? Come to our monthly Who You Callin' A Wimp?! book club.Don't have the book? No worries. We'll hand out copies of Diary of Wimpy Kid:The Last Straw for reading and discussion.

Afternoon Story, Song and Play

Join us to listen to a few stories, sing songs, and have a free play time to build using LEGOs.This program is best for children ages 2 to 6 accompanied by their parent or caregiver. All play materials will be provided by the library.

Martin's Big Words

We will read Martin's Big Words by Doreen Rappaport and discuss how Dr. King made the world a better place.Children can make a birthday card for Dr. King, or can draw a picture of topics discussed in the book.This program is for ages 5 and up.Groups, please call to register.

Martin Luther King Jr. Quilt

Children's librarians will present books and film clips about Martin Luther King Jr.'s life and his role in the Civil Rights Movement while students create their own quilt squares. We will also discuss the role quilts and quilting played in black history. The squares will then be sewn into a quilt, which will be displayed in the library window.For students ages 9-11.

I Have a Dream MLK Program

Join us for a school age program all about Martin Luther King Jr.!

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