Kids' Special Events
The StoryWalk* is a literary installation that integrates reading with a short walk around the Library. Participants will follow the markers along a path as they walk their way through the story. The installation is permanent; but the books will change over time. Currently readers will be able read and interact with the book "Whoever You Are" by Mem Fox.
*The StoryWalk™ Project was created by Anne Ferguson of Montpelier, VT and developed in collaboration with the Vermont Bicycle & Pedestrian Coalition (VBPC) and the Kellogg Hubbard Library.
STEAM* Fridays- All day Activities
June 6: Lego Challenge
June 23: Paper Bridges
June 30: Giant Jenga
July 7: Wind Powered Lifesaver Car
July 14: Chicken Sounds from a Cup
July 21: Exploding Stick Bombs
July 28: Marshmallow Catapult
August 4: Plastic Bag Jump Rope
August 11: Parachutes
August 18: Eclipse Viewing Boxes
*STEAM stands for Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Mathematics. Each Friday kids have the chance to explore different areas of STEAM with fun interactive projects and take home projects.
Special "Build" Saturdays @ 11:00 am
June 17: Fairy and Gnome Houses
July 15: Kids Build! Sponsored by Lowes
August 12: Animal Builds with Weymouth Woods
Come to the library for special building activities on Saturday each month at 11:00 AM.
Craft Day - All Day
June 24, July 29, August 19
Thu Aug. 17Music and Motion Storytime Held every other week, this event incorporates stories and songs along with dancing, playing and gam...Read On
Fri Aug. 18STEAM Friday: Eclipse Viewing Boxes Includes interactive programing and take home ideas. Available all day!Read On
Sat Aug. 19Craft Day Special craft activities available all day at the library!Read On
Sun Aug. 20Summer Wrap Up Summer wrap up party!Read On
Mon Aug. 21All-American Eclipse Party Receive free eclipse-viewing glasses, indulge in moon and sun-themed treats and crafts, and view liv...Read On
Mon Aug. 21After-Dinner Storytime Whole families can enjoy After-Dinner Storytime at 6:00. Children ages birth to 5th Grade and their ...Read On