Kids & Teens Programs

Fall StoryWalk®

For readers of all ages. Enjoy a walk around the library grounds, stopping at each story panel to read a portion of All We Need, written by Kathy Wolff and illustrated by Margaux Meganck. For added fun, see if you can complete the accompanying scavenger hunt.

The StoryWalk Project was created by Anne Ferguson of Montpelier, VT and developed in collaboration with the Vermont Bicycle & Pedestrian Coalition and the Kellogg Hubbard Library

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Dog Tales!

Select Mondays – September 13 & 27
15-min sessions; 6-7pm

Grades K-12th. Read aloud to a furry friend from Hudson Valley Paws for a Cause. In-person, outside – weather permitting. Please register for your 15-min session via our online calendar one week prior to each event.

Art Afternoon

Thursday, September 30 @4:15-5:30

Grades K-12th. Use your imagination and leftovers from nature – discarded sticks, stones, seeds, etc. – to build your mini ‘dream’ home. Bring extra supplies collected from your yard to share in our “Gnome Depot.” In-person, outside, weather permitting. Registration required via our online calendar one week prior to program.

Chess Time

Select Mondays, September 13 & 20 @4:30pm

Love to play chess? Or maybe you’ve always wanted to learn how? We have just the program for you! All ages and skill levels are welcome. There will even be an instructor available to help, if you need it. In-person, outside on the library portico. Just drop in – no registration required.

National Play-Doh Day

September 16

Celebrate this fun and versatile material! Stop by the library to pick up a can of your very own. Bags will be available beginning at 10am and while supplies last.

T.U.T.

Select Fridays @4:30pm

In-person, outside. Grades 6-12th. A library teen advisory board for established members only. Please contact Lisa SinClair at lsinclair@rcls.org for more information.