New Caregivers’ Circle on the Library Terrace
Mondays, April 4-18, 10:30 – 11:00 AM
Parents/Caregivers of Babies Under 24 Months
Join children’s librarian Gina to learn songs, fingerplays, and more that you can do with your baby. Each meeting will leave time for open discussion and connection with other parents and caregivers. Registration recommended but not required – email email@example.com, call (914) 693-6615, or stop by the Children’s Room to sign up.
Toddler Stretch & Sing Storytime on the Library Terrace
Tuesdays, April 5-26, 10:30 – 11:00 AM
Ages 18-36 Months
Get your wiggles out with songs and stories with Ms. Gina! Registration recommended but not required – email firstname.lastname@example.org, call (914) 693-6615, or stop by the Children’s Room to sign up.
Dungeons and Dragons Club in the Community Room
Wednesdays, April 6-27, 4:15 – 5:45 PM
Create a character! Fight monsters! Make your own luck! Develop your skills in this fantasy role-playing system with other kids just like you. We’ll start a new campaign every few weeks. Previous meeting attendance is recommended, but not required. Registration required; email email@example.com with questions or interest to join.
Preschool Storytime on the Library Terrace
Thursdays, April 14-28, 4:00 – 4:20 PM
Join Ms. Gina for seasonal storytimes!
Registration recommended but not required – email firstname.lastname@example.org, call (914) 693-6615, or stop by the Children’s Room to sign up.
Art & Soul on Zoom
Fridays, April 1-29, 4:00 – 5:00 PM
Art & Soul is a non-profit free art program developed for children aged between 8 and 12. By utilizing art therapy methods, we will create an environment where children can develop their self-esteem and social skills. All supplies will be provided via pick-up at the library to those who need them. SIGN UP NOW! This project was created by four Kathryn W. Davis scholars from Westchester Community College.
Take & Make Craft Kits for Kids
Saturdays, April 2-30, 10:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Ages 3 and Up
Pick up a kit containing a craft that you can do at home. Supplies are limited! Call the library at (914) 693-6614 to reserve your kit for pick up.
April 2: Paper Plate Carrot Gardens
April 9: Mosaic Butterflies
April 16: Rainbow Windsocks
April 23: Earth Day Flowers
April 30: Leftovers Day (Missed a craft this month? Don’t worry! Pick up one from our surplus pile!)
Stuffed Animal Field Trips
Ages 3 and Up
The library’s stuffed animals want to go on field trips! Check one out, bring them home, and add to their personal scrapbooks by writing about and taking pictures of the fun things you do together. When you’re at the library, you can visit the animals who have made it back to home base and see what they’ve been up to. Stuffed animals may be periodically rotated out based on condition.
1000 Books Before Kindergarten
Our newest early literacy initiative is the 1000 Books Before Kindergarten challenge. Open to any child who hasn’t started kindergarten yet (even newborns!), this year-round, ongoing program asks families who register to keep a log of the books they’ve read with their children. For every 250 books you log, you can earn cool prizes. The library will provide all the materials that you need to get started! Interested in signing up? Email email@example.com or call (914) 693-6615 to register!