THESE PROGRAMS ARE OUT OF THIS WORLD!
All programs are FREE and open to everyone. Age restrictions apply!
SOME PROGRAMS REQUIRE REGISTRATION
For more information or registration, just click on the links below or call the Children’s Room at 978-388-8148 x4 or contact the Children’s Librarian at firstname.lastname@example.org.
THURSDAYS, JUNE 27th – AUGUST 15 9:45am
MOTHER GOOSE ON THE LOOSE STORYTIME
Come in out of the heat for a fun interactive storytime for babies 0-23 months and their parents/caregivers. Registration is not required, but space can be limited! This is a great activity to start your child out on a literacy path and a fun way to meet other babies!
OUT OF THIS WORLD CRAFTS!
June 22 – August 16
All day each day
Each week we’ll create something cool and fun for all ages at the Amesbury Public Library! Stop by any time for a special craft (while supplies last).
August 12th—August 17th : Galaxy Sun Catchers and Magnets
Create swirling galaxies to hang in your home!
June 26th – August 28th
TOPEZ STORYTELLING CLUB:
A WRITING CLUB FOR RISING 3rd – 5th Graders
Join high school senior Kaitlyn in exploring all different types of writing styles. Be a positive change in the community by helping her to earn her Girl Scout Gold Award. Create illustrated stories. Learn about different ways to create characters and describe scenes. Attend one or attend them all! Each will be a different theme. At the end, all the stories created will be compiled online for attendees to see (if permission given)!
Registration required for each session:
SATURDAY, AUGUST 24 at 11:30am
STAR WARS WORKSHOP
May the force be with you to get a spot in this awesome program! There will be trivia, Star Wars items to look at and play with, games, and a galaxy of fun to be had. This event is for ages 5 and up so feel free to come as a family and dress the part! Registration is required and please register all people who will participate!
These programs are sponsored by your local library, the Massachusetts Library System, the Boston Bruins, and the Massachusetts Board of Library Commissioners, the Massachusetts Cultural Council, the Friends of the Amesbury Library, Museum of Science, Amesbury Youth Funding, and local businesses.