Come by the Children’s Room or call 508-647-6522 to register, to attend or to learn more about any of these great summer programs.
“All by myself” 45 minute drop-in storytimes for children ages 3, 4, 5 and pre-K 6. Caregivers remain in the Children’s Room. No registration is necessary.
Can you make a cool creation with only 35 LEGO®pieces? Registration is required. LEGO® is a registered trademark of the LEGO® group.
Drop in fun for families with kids of all ages accompanied by a participating grown up. Come play with one friend or a table full! Checkers, Candy Land, Rush Hour; instructional chess sets for beginners; old favorites or something new.
Mary Jo Maichack, award winning minstrel storyteller and all round fun person, tells Einstein’s favorite fairy tales with tunes, audience atomic fizz dance and interactive comedy! For families with children ages 4 and up. No registration is necessary.
Story time for grown-ups, two year olds, and first time threes together. Siblings welcome. Registration is required and begins June 11, July 9 and July 3o, respectively.
Stop by the Children’s Room laboratory and crafting area to delve into a variety of experiments and art activities anytime between 2 and 8 pm, Wednesdays.
Wheelock Family Theatre Presents: The Troupers Move It, Move It — Thursday, 10:15-11 am, July 31
A moving medley of stories, poems, music and dance featuring Brave Irene, Three Cheers for Tacky, Wiggle, The Louds Move In!, Today I Will Fly! and more! A moving performance by a select ensemble of teenage actors ages 13-16 studying this summer at Wheelock Family Theatre.
Registration begins Wednesday July 9. Space is limited. Young children must be accompanied by an adult. Thank you for notifying the library if you need to cancel your registration.
A Museum of Science Traveling Program: Come find out how the magic behind “magic” tricks really works! No registration is necessary.
Bring a blanket, cold bag supper, and stretch out for a family friendly film. Water and sweet treat provided. Movie begins at 6:30 pm. Call or visit the library for movies each week.
A Museum of Science Traveling Program: Discover how engineers build bridges and use what you learn to design and test out your own bridge models. Registration is required: visit the Children’s Room or call 508-647-6522.
Opportunities for LEGO® builders to design, construct, and display their own spectacular creations. For graduates of grades 1-4. Registration is required and begins Monday June 16, July 7, and July 28 respectively. LEGO® is a registered trademark of the LEGO® group.
Fizz Boom Read! is sponsored by the Morse Institute Library, the Massachusetts Library System, the Boston Bruins, and the Massachusetts Board of Library Commissioners.
The Summer Reading Program is also made possible in part by a generous grant from MathWorks and the support of the Friends of the Library.