The Annual Middle Street Walk is a great way to experience Gloucester's Historic District while having fun with the family. For 2021 the walk will be more abbreviated than years past. The Festivities begin at 10am and go all the way through to the lighting of the lobster pot tree in downtown Gloucester! An updated schedule of this years walk will be available for download on December 1, 2021 at this link.
Kids in Grades 4, 5 & 6 are invited to come learn about 3d printing at the library. Learn the basics of 3D modeling, create a design and print a keychain that you can take home! Register now for this special program. SPACES ARE LIMITED and sign up is required.
Tween Time at the Emma Andrews Library
Painting, Pottery, Crafts, Books and much more. Olivia Shea, an art-loving junior at Newburyport High School, runs the program. She looks forward to meeting new artistic kids. Please call or stop by to sign up or for more information.
Space is limited, please sign up by calling the library 978-358-8097 or stop in to register.
APL hosts Imajine That's 'Magnetic Personality'! Explore the power of magnets with a variety of activities that test their strength! Imajine That from Lawrence, MA brings the fun to us with a wonderful science program. Ages 3 to 6 are welcome! Registration is required.
Is there too much screen time going on in your household? Coordinated Family & Community Engagement of Hamilton-Wenham presents and evening of fun with music by Peter Stewart, arts and crafts, activities for all ages and an opportunity to visit with representatives from local schools and community members at our first annual Brain Building in Progress Week Celebration! For ages 0-8 with caregiver, older siblings are welcome. The first 50 families in the door will get books and a gift bag.
Sawyer Free Library and the Cape Ann Museum invite families to a presentation on personal family history. Learn how to use family records to research your own family and history and learn what life was like for your ancestors! Children will see examples of old-fashioned Cape Ann Samplers and family trees, and then create their very own sampler, and paint their own family tree.
Teens and tweens: Come make your very own snow globe! This free program is sponsored by the friends of the Newburyport Public Library. Please contact Jessica Hilbun, Teen Services Librarian, with any questions.
Teens are invited to a fun, hands-on cooking class with cookbook author Anna Tourkakis.
Participants will prepare and then enjoy a delicious and healthy dinner featuring: Greens with Black Grapes and Farmers Cheese, Vegetarian Quesadillas, and Caramelized Apple Slices with Ginger and Chocolate Drizzle.
APL hosts 'Imajine That Presents: Science Explorers: Let it Snow!' Kids will learn about that wacky thing called snow. What is snow? What is it made out of? What happens when you bring snow inside? We'll also make a pipe cleaner snowflake craft to take home! Ages 4 to 6 years old. Registration is required.
Our Super Smash Bros Brawl event is the first in a series of gaming afternoons planned at the library in the near future! At this drop-in event, kids will be able to play against each other on the Wii, while the library provides snacks, gaming-related reading material, and a craft! For kids in grades 6-12.
Monday, November 29
Tuesday, November 30
Wednesday, December 1
Thursday, December 2
- 1 of 10
- next ›