Kids and families are welcome to enjoy some breakfast treats as we play Bingo. Enjoy a kick start to your weekend with a morning of family fun at the library.
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Large Meeting Room A&B
Were bringing in some live music for this months Bibliobop! Join us for an all ages show and dance party. Bring your dancing shoes and get ready for an exciting hour of wiggly fun with this Old Town School of Folk Music Star. For families with babies, toddlers, preschoolers, and kids
Free, one-on-one consultation with a CUB expert who will review your home gas, electric and telephone bills and recommend ways to cut costs.
Registration opens Sept. 1. Call 1-877-782-7005 or email CUB at firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve an approximate start time. When you arrive, you will be given a number; be prepared to wait your turn. CUB has capped this event at 30 people.
A MaKey MaKey is a gadget that lets you control a computer with everyday stuff, all by completing a circuit. Turn bananas into piano keys! Turn tinfoil and toilet paper tubes into mini drums! Let your imagination run wild!
MaKey MaKey Fun
Free Play: Drop in to practice for fun or learn the basics of Pokemon play. A limited number of loaner cards will be available.
Tournament (Registration Required): A timed, competitive event for advanced players only. Each participant will play in 3 50-minute rounds, win or lose, against opponents with similar match records. Players must bring a standard 60-card deck, damage counters, and tokens or dice.
Pastimes of Niles will be providing onsite loaner cards and officiating the tournament.
Kids ages 4-8 can learn yoga poses and breathing techniques and feel relaxed and energized afterward. No experience needed. Please bring a large bath towel or yoga mat with you and wear comfortable clothes. Parents need to stay in the room with children through grade 2.
Drop in for our year-round short program of stories, songs, and rhymes followed by playtime. Ages 0-2 with a grownup.
Finding the best preschool or daycare for your child can feel overwhelming. A social worker will offer some tips for choosing the right place for your child. Feel free to bring your questions and concerns.
Open house for parents looking for preschool or daycare for their children. Talk to representatives and pick up flyers from over 20 childcare organizations. Light refreshments available.