There are many fun programs scheduled this April vacation for kids, teens, and families.
All week: Nature Scavenger Hunt
Tuesday, April 17th: Teen Wii U Afternoon from 2-3PM
Wednesday, April 18th: Crafty Storytime at 10:30AM and at 1:30PM Cookie Decorating
Thursday, April 19th: Book Babies at 11AM, Slime Crafternoon at 1PM, and Glow Yoga at 6PM
Friday, April 20th: Toddler Time Storytime at 10:30AM
Hope to see you soon!
Fossil Day on Thursday October 12th 4 pm- 7:45 pm, is a FREE drop-in and mingle event, open to all ages. Bring your own fossils to share with others or to ask the experts about. Don’t have any fossils? Come enjoy what others bring and listen to the experts as they present. Families and students are encouraged to attend and explore the science of Paleontology! Event is brought to you by a partnership between MPRI, the Oak Bluffs Public Library and the National Park Service. When: Thursday October 12th, 4 pm- 7:45 pm . Where: Oak Bluffs Public Library. Who: EVERYONE!
Saturday, August 12th from 10-11:30, join us in the Children and Teen Rooms for our Building Bazaar. Families can play games, kids can build with recyclables, and teens can take part in a construction challenge. Sure to be fun for the entire family.
We have four weekly programs this summer for Children and Teens starting in July that will go through August. Lego Club is Thursdays at 6pm. Teen Construction Challenge is Wednesdays at 2:30pm. Family Board Game Night is Tuesdays at 6pm, and Storytime with Island Grown Schools is Tuesdays at 11am. We will also continue to have storytimes Wednesdays and Fridays at 10:30am, and Thursdays at 11am. Please contact the library if you have any questions.
April 8th at 10am, bring a bag or basket to the library and search the stacks for over 2000 eggs. Different areas of the library are reserved for like ages. This is a celebration of spring for babies through teens. Arrive promptly!
During Spring Break, Thursday, April 20th from 2-3. For kids 10+.
Join us on Saturday, October 15th at 2pm and listen to a reading and discussion by Heather Ehrman Krill, the author of the Young Adult novel True North.
Each Wednesday (starting July 6th) at 2:30pm, Teens will be given a brown paper bag full of materials needed to build a construction challenge. For ages 10+. This program will repeat for 8 weeks.
It’s Super Smash Bros. time!
A workshop for young women, ages 11-18, to learn interview skills and discuss strong women who inspire them.