Are you interested in technology? Would you like to learn how to code? Christina Dorman from the Maine State Library will be here with robots Dash and Dot for some robot jousting. LEGOs will be involved.
Space is limited so please register. For more information, please call the Auburn Public Library’s children’s department at (207) 333-6640 x3.
Jan. 24 at 4:30PM.
Using pinecones and recycled materials, Heather will help kids ages 8 – 12 create birdfeeders to hang in their backyards. All materials will be provided by the library. Space is limited, please register for this free program. Please call the library for more information at (207) 333-6640 x3.
Thursday January 11 at 4PM.
*Please note peanut butter will be used in this activity.
Please join Caroline Coffin for a free demonstration of the Music Together program.
Music Together is a research-based music and movement program that supports the musical development of babies, toddlers, preschoolers and their caregivers.
This program is for children ages 0 – 5. Space is limited. Please register for each child.
Thursday Dec 29, 2016
10:00 AM – 11:00 AM
Chewonki’s Scales & Tales program will discuss the important role reptiles play in the natural world. With the help of live animals, real turtle shells, snake skins, skeletons and other reptilian artifacts, this program will give participants an opportunity to develop respect and a better understanding of these fascinating creatures.
December 28 at 11AM
Join us for a drop-in Holiday Make-it Take-it Workshop. Kids can make holiday cards, small gifts, and ornaments for their families for the holidays. All materials will be provided by he library. No registration is required for this free program. For more information please call the children’s department at 333-6640 x3.
Friday December 23, 2-4PM.
Join us for a drop in crafting program the 4th Wednesday of each month. We’ll provide a project that you can make and personalize. Best for kids in grades 2-6.
Friday mornings October 7, 14, 21, and 28th, at 10AM
A four-week play group for children from ages 2-5. Come join us as we explore different professions with your young child. Each week we will read a story about different themes, create a related craft, and have fun pretending. Let your child’s imagination soar! Join us for one session or come to all four. Free. No registration required. For more information call the children’s room at 333-6640 ext.3
Week 1 Doctors and Veterinarians
Week 2 Store Clerks and Homemakers
Week 3 Police and Fire
Week 4 Princes and Princesses
Don’t be scared by the high price tags on Halloween costumes. Swap instead of shop! Join the Auburn Public Library at a parent and planet friendly event! Our costume swap is recycling at its most fun! Kids get new-to-them costumes, and parents save money …and the planet!
Here’s how it works:
• Donate your swap-able costumes to the library before 9/30.
• In exchange for each complete, clean, gently worn costume, you will receive 1 swap ticket to claim a new-to-you costume at the 10/1/ event.
• No costume to swap? Still want to shop? Stop by the event after 2:30 pm and purchase any costume for a $5 donation which will support children’s programs. Drop off your costumes in the APL Children’s Room between 9/19 -9/30
Maggie Trafton Authors for Young Readers presents An Evening with Melissa Sweet
Please join us for an author visit with Caldecott winning author and illustrator Melissa Sweet. Melissa will talk about her newest book “Some Writer!: The Story of E.B. White. All are welcome.
October 3 at 6PM.
Be a Nutrition Detective! Join Jenn Tyler on Friday, August 5th at 11am. Miss Jenn will be back to present her Nutrition detectives program geared for toddlers though early elementary kids. With stories, songs and activities, kids will learn how food fuels their bodies. Call the library at 333-6640 ext.3 to register or register online. Best for ages 2-8.